On the night of Feb. 11, 2024, in Las Vegas, television cameras carefully tracked Travis Kelce, a 6-foot-5-inch, 34-year-old tight end with a large beard and a buzzcut, as he played one of the most important games of his NFL career. More importantly to some viewers, cameras also followed Kelce’s girlfriend, pop sensation Taylor Swift.

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As the Kansas City Chiefs drove down the field to win Super Bowl LVIII on a walk-off touchdown pass in overtime, as the confetti began falling in Allegiant Stadium, and as Kelce and Swift began celebrating, some viewers likely started getting very worried. According to their speculation, the grand conspiracy was all going according to plan.

But despite the numerous theories swirling around about what Kelce and Swift might do after the Super Bowl, we found no evidence that they had announced they would leave the United States if former U.S. President Donald Trump were to win the 2024 presidential election, as users on social media claimed

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This particular claim originates as just one of a larger group of conspiracies revolving around Taylor Swift and the Super Bowl.

The story started a few weeks into the NFL season, when Kelce and Swift began dating publicly. Over the next few months, the Kansas City Chiefs, already one of the most talked-about teams in the NFL, became the subject of even greater scrutiny. Sports commentators couldn’t decide whether the Chiefs were a good team or not, especially when they lost a few winnable games in the last few weeks of the season.

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But in the playoffs, the Chiefs found a second wind, winning their way into the Super Bowl over teams that some experts thought were better. At that point, the conspiracy theories began: The NFL was rigged and referees would throw games to ensure that the Chiefs (and therefore Taylor Swift’s boyfriend) would win the Super Bowl.

Some commentators went further. Former Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy theorized on X (formerly known as Twitter) that after the Chiefs won the Super Bowl, Swift and Kelce would publicly endorse Joe Biden in the 2024 presidential election.