In her new Netflix documentary "Miss Americana," Swift revealed that even though she self-identifies as a believer, she fully supports ripping apart innocent human life limb by limb.
"Obviously I'm pro-choice," Swift nonchalantly told The Guardian back in August about her own personal version of Christianity and what it entails.
Swift's pro-baby murder position received worldwide attention in 2018 when she endorsed pro-death Democrat Phil Bredesen in the Tennessee Senate race against pro-life Republican Marsha Blackburn. (Related: Remember when Blackburn called fake president Joe Biden an "authoritarian" for supporting Big Tech censorship?)
"This was a situation where, from a humanity perspective and from what my moral compass was telling me I needed to do, I knew I was right, and I really didn't care about repercussions," Swift revealed about her position.
In "Miss Americana," Swift is shown arguing with her parents and publicist about whether or not to make her position on baby murder publicly known. She ultimately decided to come out of the pro-death closet, indicating that Blackburn's pro-life beliefs disgust her.
"It's really basic human rights, and it's right and wrong at this point, and I can't see another commercial and see Marsha Blackburn disguising these policies behind the words 'Tennessee Christian values,'" Swift says in the film.
"Those aren't Tennessee Christian values. I live in Tennessee. I'm a Christian. That's not what we stand for."
It is unclear which Bible passages Swift is relying on to back her pro-death position while also claiming to be a Christian. Since every human life is made in the image of God, Swift's support for abortion would seem to be an antichrist position.
"Christianity teaches that abortion is wrong because it kills an innocent human being, created in God's image," writes Micaiah Bilger for LifeNews.com. "The Bible may not specifically mention the word 'abortion,' but it clearly does condemn the life-destroying practice."
"Even in ancient times, babies in the womb were viewed as valuable, as is evident in Luke 1:41. Jesus placed great value on children when others in society did not in Matthew 19:14, and Proverbs 6:16-17 states that one of the things God hates most is the shedding of innocent blood. One of the ten commandments prohibits murder."
It is truly a shame that Swift has adopted a pro-death platform and embedded it within her own bastardized version of Christianity. Millions of people, most of them young, look up to this antichrist for inspiration – and she is leading all of them astray with her errant beliefs.
"A baby's body is *not* your body," wrote Lila Rose, president and founder of Live Action, a pro-life group, to Swift in response to Swift's tweet lamenting the overturning of Roe v. Wade last summer. "Let them live. Abortion is violence."
"Today's decision merely found that there is no constitutional 'right' to kill unwanted children," added Seth Dillon of The Babylon Bee. "That right never existed; it was imaginary."
"You had the benefit of being born, and it's worked out very well for you. Why are you terrified that others might be allowed to live, too?"
Many others reminded Swift that her position on baby murder defies the Christian faith she claims to have. And all the money in the world will not save her on the day of judgment when she is held to account for spreading this antichrist message to her followers and fanatics.
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