Arnold Schwarzenegger has no patience for conspiracy theories surrounding Taylor Swift.
In a recent interview, the 76-year-old former Republican Governor of California humorously dismissed notions that the 34-year-old Grammy Award winner is part of some political conspiracy.
“Remember, everything is a plant. COVID was a plant. The vaccine was the plant. Of course, she’s also a plant and the team that wins is a plant,” Schwarzenegger quipped to Variety.
He further elaborated, “There are agents everywhere. The CIA is operating everything. I can see it very clearly how everything is a plant. It’s entertaining. It doesn’t surprise me,” addressing the Swift conspiracies.
Schwarzenegger’s remarks came during his interview with Variety to promote his new State Farm commercial set to air during the Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers.
The commercial features the iconic actor struggling to deliver State Farm’s tagline “Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there” due to his thick accent while filming the fictitious movie Agent State Farm.
Recently, Schwarzenegger appeared in the Netflix documentary about his life, “Arnold,” and also starred in the Netflix action series FUBAR, which premiered in May and was renewed for a second season.
Despite having a show in Japan just days prior, Swift is expected to attend Super Bowl 58 in Las Vegas. Her anticipated presence has spurred an influx of sports betting opportunities, with major sportsbooks offering bets on whether she’ll be seen on camera eating a hot dog, or if former President Trump will mention her on his social media app.
Super Bowl 58, featuring the San Francisco 49ers against the Kansas City Chiefs, kicks off on Sunday, February 11 at 6:30 p.m. EST, with the Niners favored by 2 points over Patrick Mahomes and the defending champions.