a cease and desist letter, asking Popfront to remove the post. In the letter, which was published by the ACLU this week, Swift’s lawyer William J. Briggs wrotes that Swift unequivocally denounces “white supremacy and the alt-right.” Briggs also defended Swift’s right to keep her political views private.
“Ms. Swift has no obligation to campaign for any particular political candidate or broadcast her political views, and the fact that her political views are not public enough for your taste does not give you the authority to presume what her political opinions may be or that her political views correlate to the support of white supremacy,” Briggs wrote in the letter to Herning. Swift’s legal team did not immediately respond to a request for comment from TIME.
Swift’s lawyers had asked that the letter remain confidential. But on Monday, the ACLU — which is representing Herning — published the letter online in full and called it a “completely unsupported attempt to suppress constitutionally protected speech.”
“The blog post is a mix of core political speech and critical commentary; it discusses current politics in this country, the recent rise of white supremacy, and the fact that
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