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Has Taylor Swift Been Hiding Clues About the JFK Assassination? An Investigation

Macrodosing finally reached the point in the calendar when it made sense to do the topic everyone has been asking for since Day One: the JFK assassination.

We went through and tried to explore as much as we could in two and a half hours, but potentially the most interesting tidbit of the show was something we stumbled upon accidentally: is Taylor Swift somehow connected to JFK? The degrees of separation are fewer than you might think.

Swift dated Conor Kennedy, Robert Kennedy's grandson, briefly in 2012 when she was 22 and he was just 18. Reportedly, the relationship ended at least in part due to Swift's obsession with the Kennedy family.

Daily Mail — Their summer romance lasted barely three months.

And now friends close to Taylor Swift and Conor Kennedy are blaming the split on the singer getting too serious too fast.

Insiders say Taylor - who at 22 is four years older than Conor - freaked the 18-year-old by coming on too strong - and because of her apparent obsession with his famous family. 

The friend also said that Taylor was obsessed with the Kennedy family - and was living out a fairytale with Conor.

'She was more obsessed with the idea of dating a Kennedy, than the actual Kennedy she was dating,' the pal added.

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So we know at a bare minimum, T-Swift was infatuated with the Kennedys and had a connection to the family. Why was she so interested in the Kennedy bloodline? Was she just a JFK conspiracy enthusiast capitalizing on her status to get as close to the source as she could? Or was there something deeper going on?

All I'll say is take a closer look at the lyrics of "Look What You Made Me Do" and see if you think that song could potentially be about someone whose name rhymes with Pee Parvey Poswald. I'm just connecting dots here.

If you want to listen to the full discussion of the JFK assassination and the other usual weekly hi-jinx, check out the full episode wherever you get your podcasts.

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