Sell-Out Taylor Swift Performs for Chinese Communist Corporatists While Blood is Spilled in Hong Kong

Pop star Taylor Swift has increasingly revealed her progressive political views in recent years, admonishing gun owners and other popular left-wing targets in social media rants.

“No one should have to go to school in fear of gun violence,” Swift wrote in an Instagram post following a mass shooting in March 2018. “Or to a nightclub. Or to a concert. Or to a movie theater. Or to their place of worship.”

“I’ve made a donation to show my support for the students, for the March For Our Lives campaign, for everyone affected by these tragedies, and to support gun reform,” she added. “I’m so moved by the Parkland High School students, faculty, by all families and friends of victims who have spoken out, trying to prevent this from happening again.”

Considering her support of gun control, it should come as no surprise that Swift has become the darling of communist China.

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is celebrating Singles’ Day, which could be considered the Chinese equivalent of Black Friday. They raked in over $30 billion in sales on Monday, and the festivities were kicked off with a livestreamed performance in Shanghai by the globalist musical idol.

Swift’s performance can be seen here:

Although Swift plays the role of a progressive, she doesn’t seem too concerned about humanitarian conditions in China. China is one of the most despotic police states in the world, and they are rapidly exporting those conditions abroad. The ongoing freedom protests in Hong Kong have highlighted China’s grotesque and brutal practices on the world stage.

After a demonstrator was shot dead in the streets of Hong Kong on Friday, the cops were once again shooting at protesters again just two days later:

The death of a Hong Kong college student on Friday (Nov. 8) should have been a moment for the government and police to allow the city to mourn. Instead, the city woke up this morning (Nov. 11) to the shocking sight of a police officer shooting at protesters at close range.

As protesters in Sai Wan Ho, on the eastern part of Hong Kong Island, blocked traffic early this morning, a police officer grabbed one protester, and then shot at two others, according to video footage (warning: graphic). The cameraman who filmed the encounter told the New York Times that one of them, who was shot in the abdomen, appeared to be “semi-conscious.” He suffered injuries to his liver, and underwent emergency surgery in a local hospital, the Hong Kong Free Press reported. A media officer for the hospital told Quartz he was transferred to the Intensive Care Unit where he remains in critical condition.

At an afternoon press conference, a police spokesman said that the officer had tried to remove barricades from the road, which protesters had used to disrupt traffic. A group of about six protesters then approached the officer, at least one of whom  appeared to be wielding a metal rod, the spokesman said. The officer at this point drew his revolver, but protesters continued to approach and the officer fired a single shot, hitting one protester in his right abdomen. The officer then fired another two shots as two other protesters tried to intervene. Those two shots did not hit anyone. Police have now arrested two people in relation to this incident, which is being investigated.

“At that time, the officer felt that his revolver would be snatched and the consequences disastrous,” said the police spokesman.

The shooting led protesters to gather in the city’s Central business district at lunchtime, where police fired multiple rounds of tear gas. Police also fired tear gas on one university campus. In the early evening some protesters continued to try to set up makeshift barricades on downtown roads. Major companies sent workers home early.

The city’s chief executive Carrie Lam, speaking this evening, condemned protesters and repeated her position that there would be no independent inquiry into police actions, a key protester demand.

Considering her hypocritical ideals in lieu of selling out to China, perhaps Kid Rock was correct in the vulgar assessment of Swift’s motives that he issued in a social media post over the summer: