Execute Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce: Christian Commentator

A Christian commentator suggested that NFL player Travis Kelce and singer Taylor Swift be executed for leveraging their growing relationship to promote vaccines for Big Pharma. 

When reports surfaced that Kelce, a Kansas City Chiefs tight end, and the 12-time Grammy winner started dating, they made headlines.  

Fans became more interested in Swift and Kelce's mother after they appeared in a suite at the Chiefs game on Sunday. 

Conservatives criticized the Chiefs' tight end for appearing in a Pfizer advertisement promoting flu shots and coronavirus boosters, adding to the dating rumors.  

Kelce, 33, pushed the message on Instagram, finally turning down comments due to anti-vaccine language. 

"I think these people should be publicly prosecuted and hung," Christian activist Morgan Ariel stated Wednesday on The Stew Peters Show. 

Peters, a conservative commentator with over 400,000 and 500,000 X (previously Twitter) and Rumble followers,  

Started the broadcast by criticizing Kelce for the Pfizer campaign and his past kneeling during the national anthem and Bud Light ads. 

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