Carrie Underwood ‘liked’ a tweet about how mask mandates for kids are bad

Carrie Underwood arrives at the 2019 American Music Awards held at Microsoft Theatre L.A. Live on November 24, 2019 in Los Angeles, California, United States.

Carrie Underwood is a country singer/superstar, married to a hockey player, surrounded by Republicans at work and at home in Nashville. Of course she’s a Republican! Everything about her gives off Mega-Karen vibes. She seems politically conservative, to put it mildly. So is it a huge surprise that Carrie Underwood briefly “liked” a tweet from Matt Walsh about how the mask mandate in Nashville schools is “cruel and indefensible”? No, not really:

I checked her Twitter this morning and she “unliked” this pretty fast, but not fast enough. People got screencaps and everyone saw it and Carrie was trending on Twitter for much of the past 24 hours. So, now we know: Carrie Underwood is an anti-masker who hates the idea of children wearing masks in school to protect themselves and each other. Most of the studies indicate that kids are adaptable, and that they are fine with wearing masks in school. It’s the adults who are having these bonkers, assy meltdowns.

Of course MAGAs have embraced Carrie as one of their own. They needed a new “Aryan goddess” after Taylor Swift started talking about Juneteenth and how she votes for Democrats. One thing I’ll say about the MAGAs embracing Carrie is that… I bet they were already fans before now. Carrie’s not really adding new people to her fanbase, she’s just losing centrist/liberal fans.

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  1. Snuffles says:

    I’m disappointed because I didn’t think she was MAGA level Republican. She’s a lifelong vegan and supports gay marriage. Silly me for thinking she would be a reasonable person.

    • Erica says:

      Right. I am still hoping it was an accidental like which I’ve done before. But I know that’s just me being dumb and praying she isn’t a terrible person LOL

      • Molly says:

        I’d give her the benefit of the doubt about an accidental like, but it’s Matt f’in Walsh. Ew. Why are you anywhere near his content, Carrie?!

    • Haylie says:

      Claiming to support gay marriage while voting for a political party that opposes it is basically not supporting gay marriage. She may not personally like Trump, but she’s def a Bush/McCain/Romney Republican, the kind that backs Trump/GOP ideology, but tries not to say the quiet parts out loud.

      • gilda says:

        Bingo. Her ‘support’ doesn’t mean anything when she’s consciously choosing to elect people who will never support the queer community. She needs to put her ballot where her mouth is.

    • A reader says:

      She has tons of pics on her Instagram of herself and other adults being masked up. I don’t think she’s anti mask in general and i think this pile on was completely unnecessary.

      • Haylie says:

        Will mask up to protect herself, but fuck schoolchildren who are now filing up pediatric ICUs, amirite?

      • superashes says:

        My mother lives in Tennessee and is compromised if she gets the virus. She called yesterday, worried, because as of yesterday ALL the ICU beds in the most-local decent hospital had been taken. That is how bad it is in Tennessee right now, and why it is just so shitty of her to voice this opinion now, to piggyback on that asinine school board meeting where parents were legit threatening school board members voting for masks by saying things like “we know where you live” etc. If she does masks in her personal life, and doesn’t even believe this nonsense, that just makes this all the worse to me.

    • Wiglet Watcher says:

      I have a neighbor that voted trump. Loves him. Loves tucker Carlson. He’s also vegan, but for health reasons and loves animals. His BFF is black. His only child is gay. He supports his son/friend in claims he makes, but he definitely would vote trump any given chance. He claims to not be republican also. Go figure.

      • pottymouth pup says:

        yeah, amazing how many libertarians seem to fully embrace the furthest right-wing republican politicians and policies

      • Wiglet Watcher says:

        I am libertarian, but lean far more liberal. And to the root it is more liberal in ideology. What sucks is it’s been adopted and bastardized like the tea party was for ulterior motives.

  2. Darla says:

    People on Twitter were saying her husband is really right wing. I don’t know, I don’t follow her and her music isn’t my cup of tea other. Some people were really upset though. I had to look her up. I swear to god. All these blond singers look the same to me, except for Taylor who I stan.

    • TheOtherOne says:

      This. I remember years ago there was a picture of him with Mike Huckabee. They are friends.

      • KissMyA**23 says:

        Ew. That’s just gross. Thankfully, I don’t like Carrie’s music. I have purchased a few pairs of her leggings, they feel like butter and are wonderful. Is it bad I don’t want to throw them away?

      • Wiglet Watcher says:

        There’s more comfortable and cuter brands. Toss them.

    • Green Desert says:

      He is, Darla. After I saw this I creeped on his Insta. He was on Candace Owens’ show a few months ago. !!! And I read some of what he said during the interview – yeah he’s a Trump-supporter. There are some other clues about who the Fischers are on their Instagrams. Mike Fischer also publicly supported the Hobby Lobby mess a few years ago.

      I know Carrie isn’t her husband, but I don’t think her liking this tweet was an accident.

    • Annie says:

      @Darla: Yes, her husband is very right wing. He frequently posts anti-vaccine conspiracy theories in his InstaStories.

  3. Amy Bee says:

    Not a surprise. She’s probably an anti vaxxer too.

    • Annie says:

      Her husband definitely is an anti-vaxxer. He frequently posts anti-vaxxer conspiracy theories in his InstaStories.

  4. Susan says:

    Wish I was surprised, but i am not. I find it so ridiculous that people are calling masks “child abuse.” Please. Are seat belts child abuse? Those baby carrier seats where you face them backward in the car for the first year, is that child abuse?

    • Esmom says:

      Right? Every kid I know — not to mention the disabled kids and teens my employer serves — adjusted just fine to wearing a mask. Like Kaiser said, it’s the adults who are bring truly juvenile about this. Calling it abuse is just next level snowflake behavior.

      • Lucy2 says:

        Yup – my friend’s 2 year old wore one with no problem. I haven’t heard from any parent or teacher I know that kids were having trouble with them. It’s the gd parents who want to make a ridiculous political statement, at the expense of the health of their child, and everyone else in their school.
        My state was one of the hardest hit early on in this pandemic, I guarantee everyone in this town knows at least five people who got it, and most of us know someone who died from it. And yet we still have a group of stupid parents fighting the masks again.

      • Erin says:

        @esmom- this 1000%. My kids are young and they have adapted just fine and they wear filtered masks. I’ve never seen so many parents work so hard to endanger the lives of their own children as well as others. How anyone can think that wearing a mask is more detrimental to kids over getting covid is beyond me. I’ve heard older kids, like tweens, complain about the masks and temp checks and they are clearly just regurgitating their parents talking points who are regurgitating Fox News. It’s so obvious because kids wouldn’t even think to say this kind of stuff if their parents were just like, ok you’re wearing a mask right now just like you wear a scarf in the winter or seatbelt, or if they would model the behavior by wearing one themselves.

      • Dme says:

        I teach preschool three year olds in a private school. My kids never once the entire school year complained about masks. Never. On the contrary, they’d get excited if they had a new one to show off and a mask chain. My parents are all educated professionals. Mostly doctors. Any kid who’s complaining about masks has a parent at home projecting this onto them. Using children for their conservative views, disgusting!

    • Jennifer says:


    • rainbowkitty says:

      Infuriates me too! Our school district has mandated masks for now. My two were going to be wearing them indoors anyway. I know it’s a long day, 6 hours of mask wearing, and the temps are still warm. BUT deal with the discomfort of a mask or have a sick (possibly very sick) child. I’ll take the masks.

  5. Jayna says:

    I’m so sick of these people. I guess her kids go to an elite private school where all teachers are vaccinated and very small classrooms with fresh air circulating, kids far apart, not like most publics schools, teachers stuck in classrooms, often windowless, with lots of kids with no masks, parents of said kids mostly not vaccinated, and teachers having to deal with especially younger ones in close proximity in helping them. I am so sick of this selfish country, the half that is selfish and delusional and unAmerican as far as I’m concerned.

    • Merricat says:


    • Green Desert says:

      Agreed, Jayna.

      I think they’re in Franklin, TN. A bunch of parents protested outside a school board meeting the other night when the board was considering a mask mandate. Ugh.

      • whatWHAT? says:

        I think they did more than just protest. didn’t they surround the board members and threaten them, and release their home addresses and spouse/children names?

        or am I thinking of somewhere else?

      • Green Desert says:

        I think you’re right, whatWHAT. Harassment, threats.

      • superashes says:

        Oh you are most definitely correct. These well-heeled jerks were seriously threatening physical violence against school board members over a children’s mask mandate in schools. It wasn’t even backwater Tennessee where this happened, but Franklin, which is generally a well-off area comparatively.

    • sassafras says:

      Just like Ron DeSantis’ and Ted Cruz’s kids go to private schools where masks are mandated. Mask mandates are cruel and unnecessary and anti-freedom for ALLLLLL of the poor people but for their kids it’s FINE.

      Uh huh. And I have a beautiful beach house in El Paso for sale…

  6. Becks1 says:

    I’m disappointed but not really surprised.

    My kids have no issues wearing masks. Would they rather not wear them? Of course. Do they fight me when I ask them to wear them? No. Do they always remember to grab a mask before leaving the house and are they pretty good about wearing them of their own accord in crowded outdoor areas or any indoor areas? Yes. Kids are adaptable and look to their parents for guidance. Don’t make a big deal about wearing masks (or make a big deal about them in a positive way) and kids will follow suit.

    The only children I know who have had issues with mask wearing are ones with sensory issues, or significant speech issues, but even then the parents are trying to figure out how to make it work.

    • Indywom says:

      I work in schools all the time. Kids are wearing masks because they really want to be in school and they are way more empathetic than adults. I have had more attitude from kids about seating charts and dress code violations than masks. All these people with kids in private schools need to stay out of this issue. A high school class with 30 students cannot be spaced out and when it is 100 degrees outside, there is not way you can open a window.

    • Meghan says:

      My son was a bit of an anti-masker at first because we didn’t go anywhere so he didn’t understand. He did a 3 day a week MDO program last year where they required masks and he grumbled at first but I told him it was to protect him from germs. So he would go around the house with a sponge and a spray bottle of water and clean to “protect us from germs and viruses.” His school shut down 1 time after Thanksgiving out of an abundance of caution.

      Now he knows that he is wearing his mask to protect other people from germs. I havent allowed him to bring his germ spray bottle of water to daycare though, haha.

      Because everyone we hang around with is vaccinated (minus the kids) my biggest fear right now is that my son or I will get Covid and not know it and give it to other people.

    • rainbowkitty says:

      Exactly. My kids, 6 & 10, haven’t had issues with mask wearing. They understand this is what we have to do if we want to be in class and not doing virtual. I’ve been vaxxed for a while, but still masking so they are used to me having to do it too. God, it’s so not a big deal to wear a mask. It’s annoying, it can be uncomfortable but it’s doable. I would be devastated if I knew my selfish actions caused my kids or anyone else to become sick.

  7. FirenzeIshia says:

    Didn’t she have something to say about Obamacare a few years ago? Why are anyone surprised?

  8. Mina_Esq says:

    It’s sad that being anti-mask is considered a Republican v Democrat issue. The biggest university in Canada’s most conservative province just confirmed a mask mandate for the Fall, and no one batted an eye.

    • WithTheAmerican says:

      It’s not considered, it is one here because all of the Republicans in office are pushing to open schools with no masks and doing things like threatening to kidnap Democratic governors over mask mandates and stripping powers away from Democratic governors who do anything to mitigate the spread of covid.

      Things are very dark here in the US.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      so are vaccines, and SOLELY because the GQP-ers in office made it that way.

  9. Selene says:

    From what I can see on my Twitter, Carrie hasn’t unliked anything.

    • Isa says:

      You’re right. If you go to her likes you can still see it there.

      • rainbowkitty says:

        How can you see someone else’s likes? Is it just a twitter thing? I’m a dummy with some of these platforms.

      • Isa says:

        If you look at her Twitter profile it says: tweets. Tweets and replies. Media. Likes.

        You click likes and it shows everything the person has liked.

  10. STRIPE says:

    It is very possible she is anti mask and this is all totally fair criticism, but I’ve accidentally liked tweets before as I’m scrolling by.

    However the fact that she’s on Matt’s feed at all is a bummer in and of itself.

    • xdanix says:

      A very fair point. I accidentally liked a tweet as I scrolled that I was so embarrassed to realise I had liked just 2 days ago- I STILL am embarrassed and very strongly hope nobody saw that “like” for the few hours it was there, because I can’t stand who posted it or the conversation that was going on!

      And I feel like I should add, in the spirit of fairness to her and other people, she also wouldn’t necessarily have had to be on his page to see one tweet from this guy. She wouldn’t even have to be following him herself. (I don’t follow either of them, so to be clear, I have no idea who she’s following or not following. I’m not American so I don’t even know who the guy IS.) If someone she follows liked or retweeted it, or even commented on it, it could have showed up on her feed that way. Not that that’s all that much better, if people she’s following are saying the same kind of thing I guess, but I did feel like I should point out there are other ways to see a post from someone that don’t involve following a person yourself or ever going to their page. I never followed Donald Trump or anyone in his family or administration a day in my life on any social media platform anywhere- and yet I couldn’t even begin to count the number of their tweets and posts I still came across because other people I followed were reacting to them or sharing them. (I mean, hopefully goes without saying that it was pretty much always in a mocking or appalled or horrified way or whatever, never approving or liking what he had to say- but that still meant I SAW this stuff!)

    • sa says:

      I’ve clicked on tweets and occasionally liked the original tweet that the tweet I meant to like was criticizing. So I’m willing to accept that people do make mistakes, and can even accidentally “like” tweets that they viscerally disagree with and would normally never even see.

      Having said that, no part of me thinks that’s what happened here.

  11. D says:

    This argument about kids not wearing masks is so crazy to me. The little kids are not able to be vaccinated, why would you want to put your child at risk???? I have 3 kids from young to high school and they all wear the mask with no issues. Even my spectrum kid wears a mask without an issue. I swear it’s people without kids or with very young kids that are pushing this.

    • Kay says:

      Even the people I know with toddlers report that they adapt quickly to mask wearing! We’re expecting our first baby (December), and the way that the trials are going, it’s likely he’ll be able to get vaccinated at 6 months. The thought of him in daycare for 2-3 months before he’s protected is…terrifying. I can’t imagine willingly endangering my child like these anti-maskers.

      • rainbowkitty says:

        My youngest was 4 when this all started. He has been wearing a mask since then without issue. My daughter, who is now 10, also wears a mask (with some complaining). I will never understand the push back about masking. It doesn’t make any sense to me. Do these people just want something to oppose or do they truly not understand the depth of this disease?

    • Green Desert says:

      Exactly. My two year old wears a mask, no problem.

  12. Miranda says:

    I just learned last night that one of my former students, an adorable, sweet little Ivorian girl, is in the pediatric ICU, and her little brother, who’s about 5, is also infected but recovering at home. Their father is still in Abidjan and is unable to come to the US and be with his wife and kids during a very trying time. I can’t imagine what he is feeling. Their mother is a nursing assistant, and does her best to get her kids to mask up and social distance, but other parents in her building are more negligent and, well, kids will be kids. They might take off the mask when parents are out of view, or wear it improperly because it itches. When we first returned to in-person classes last year, I had issues with some of the kids swapping masks.

    Mask mandates for kids are good and necessary. They need to understand why they must wear them, and how to wear them properly. It’s actually a great practical science lesson. This is such basic, unambiguous stuff, and I can’t believe that some arrogant, selfish people still think it’s up for debate.

    Carrie Underwood can go fuck herself.

  13. intheknow says:

    Never liked her nor understood her popularity.

  14. WithTheAmerican says:

    She looks just like Kayleigh Big Lie McEnany. They both look so manufactured and soulless, I guess bleaching your hair, getting a nose job lip injections and wearing huge fake eyelashes is the closest thing Republicans have to god.

  15. TigerMcQueen says:

    Carrie “Imma pretend I fell and cut my face because my plastic surgery is obvious while milking it for every micro-ounce of attention I can” Underwood…that Carrie Underwood?

    I’m shocked.


    • whatWHAT? says:

      there were also rumors that the “I fell and cut my face” was a cover up for a domestic violence incident.

    • Erica says:

      I don’t buy that it was plastic surgery. She literally has a scar above her lip from her “fall”. Now, the rumors about it being domestic violence…I sometimes wonder if that’s the case and not from a fall. But I’ve never thought it was a plastic surgery situation.

  16. Rachel says:

    Wow. One “like” and y’all got her all figured out. I left the Republican Party years ago, but these kinds of comments help me see that the left is just as fundamentalist as the right. SMH.

    • Driver8 says:

      Normally, I would agree with you. The Left can be just as obnoxious as the Right. But as others have pointed out, she’s been problematic in the past and this Twitter situation seems to validate that.

    • WithTheAmerican says:

      it is not fundamentalist to hold someone accountable for elevating harmful claims that will kill children.

      It is fundamentalist to object to being held accountable for said elevation.

      maybe Republicans don’t actually have the courage to stand by killing children.

    • A reader says:

      Right there with you Rachel, except I’m a former Democrat. I’m not a Republican and consider myself an independent now. There’s no room for making mistakes, growing, and learning anymore. You must comply or you’ll be canceled!

      • Haylie says:

        Please show me where she’s been cancelled? Lost money? List and jobs or endorsements? Forced to flee her home and live destitute? No? She’s just getting bad Twitter comments for a day or two?

        Funny, none of the conservative heroes and middle of the road appeasement junkies had anything to say when conservatives mocked her after her accident a few years back because she wasn’t on the Trump or Die parade.

        Conservatives have the biggest victim complex ever.

      • Meg says:


      • Nic919 says:

        Encouraging people to not wear masks during an airborne pandemic that has killed hundreds of thousands is massively stupid, especially from someone with a large platform. It’s not a mistake but utter contempt for science. And she’s not cancelled. But keep your faux both sides nonsense going on as people die in the unvaccinated and unmasked red states. You look like idiots in the rest of the world where protecting yourself and others from a fatal virus is not a left or right issue.
        Carrie Underwood’s career matters less than people’s actual lives and if she’s dumb enough to support something that can kill people, she needs to accept the consequences of her actions, which is what all Christians claim they were raised to do. Jesus is taking the wheel and exposing her idiocy to the world. That’s on her.

    • Green Desert says:

      Rachel, nope. Do a little research into Carrie and Mike. They are right-wingers.

    • Jaded says:

      @Rachel: Many people of all political stripes are doing what respectful, conscientious, community-minded people do under these circumstances — PROTECTING THEIR CHILDREN. There are anti-vaxxers/anti-maskers on both sides of the fence but predominately on the right. “Muh Rights” and all that sh*t. They have a very self-centered and narrow-minded viewpoint because they believe right-wing nut jobs like Marjorie Taylor Greene who insists mask mandates are tantamount to Nazi persecution of Jews. It’s a mask, not an iron helmet. Sorta like seat belts. They help save lives.

  17. Velvet Elvis says:

    Not at all surprised to discover she’s a conservative Karen after those low key Obama insults she tried to pass off as jokes when she hosted one of the country awards shows years ago. Not a fan of hers as it is. Her singing sounds like screeching to me. Quite migraine inducing.

  18. Stacy Dresden says:

    I tried reminding y’all she is a super gross Republican type

  19. AmberMarie says:

    I hope this was an accident but probably wasn’t. I hate that we have to have a mask mandate for children but we can blame that on the adults who have continued to act recklessly as to why this could be mandated. My 2yo is better at wearing a mask than most adults I’ve seen during the pandemic. Perhaps it will teach them about personal responsibility and respect for others? Earlier generations certainly skipped the lesson.

  20. olliesmom says:

    Carrie supports/does whatever will sell the most records.

    Never got the appeal of her. She yell sings.

  21. Nicole says:

    This? This is where we are now at on this website? How far you’ve fallen.

  22. ME says:

    If you don’t even want your child to wear a mask to protect them, makes me wonder if she’s against vaccines for children as well? Just imagine if we had zero anti-vaxxers and zero anti-maskers. This pandemic would have been long over. We have too many selfish people on this planet who really don’t give a f*ck.

  23. psl says:

    This whole situation is SO exhausting. Look at what is happening in Afghanistan, and people HERE are whining about their “freedom” over wearing a mask.

    I just will never understand the selfishness of aMEricans.

  24. Ann says:

    She has always bugged me. Her bland bleached beauty does nothing for me, her voice is good enough but nothing special. I absolutely HATE the song “Jesus Take The Wheel” (irresponsible speeding driver almost kills self/child/potentially others but it’s OK because she trusts in Jeebus now!). She played Maria in the NBC live version of The Sound Of Music and was embarrassing. Such a manufactured pop princess, and I’m not surprised if she’s secretly stanning anti-maskers.

    My niece who is now 10 wore a mask in school all of last year and was so unbothered by it she would just leave it on when she got home and only take it off for dinner.

  25. Mel says:

    No need to gang up on her and make her a “normalized” poster child for the Mana trolls. See her, believe her act accordingly. Don’t say anything, just stop supporting her. Stop following her, don’t buy her songs/albums, don’t go to concerts where she is on the bill. Just stop, all action, no talk.

  26. sa says:

    She lost me when she responded to criticism by saying that her critics needed Jesus. There is so much wrong with that, on every level, I lost all respect for her.

  27. Aimee says:

    Disappointing if true. What the hell is the problem with wearing a mask for safely of yourself and others? This is a once in a lifetime thing. We all have to do our part. Get over it.

  28. Ry says:

    She’s always felt like Karen to Me. What’s effed up is these people scream their convictions but they’ll change it the second it causes backlash. Phony cowards. If I believe something at least I’ll stand by it no matter what.

  29. You Know Me says:

    Like her ‘fall down stairs, cause dogs’ – Carrie is full of b.s. Her new face is due to her hubby. That’s some good Christian MAGA lovin’ I’ve ever heard.

    • Jaded says:

      What a horrible thing to say. Fisher wasn’t even there when she fell. Clearly you read and believe the most ignorant and baseless stuff from Reddit and other sleazy blogs. There isn’t a shred of proof so please stop spreading these malicious lies.

      Oh, BTW, I’m not a Carrie fan, nor am I a hockey fan. I just despise lies.

  30. It’sJustBlanche says:

    She has no clue and doesn’t live anywhere near the real world. And on a totally superficial note, she cakes on her makeup 2 inches thick. She looks like every other aging sorority girl around here (ATL burbs). I’m sure she has a log Louis Vuitton bag and a Land Rover around somewhere.

  31. Silver says:

    First off it’s creepy and toxic how people watch her likes and fast people are jumping on to judge her , so she liked a tweet omg it doesn’t mean anything. This comes from the same people who see their spouse or bf like a hot girl’s picture and start riding them about cheating etc. It’s a absurd

    Second of all (I’m pro masks) BUT had anyone thought about children’s mental health? A child’s psyche and social development depends on them being able to visually recognise cues from their peers and adults. Had anyone thought of the repercussions of what masks on little kids could do to developing brains / psychological / mental health? A child’s brain uses theta wave frequency between the ages of 3 and 7. It’s when information and beliefs that will become their subconscious program for the rest of their adult lives get lodged in their brains like cement. Maybe she is aware of this , maybe not all people who question masks on kids are idiots or maga or republican or antivax… masks on kids specifically have long and far reaching consequences that have a lot to do with mental health.

    • Haylie says:

      Using junk science to defend a popstar when she jumps on the bandwagon of a right winger with a platform who wants to spread a deadly airborne disease so he can feel free is pretty creepy and toxic. Let me repeat what is going on: right wingers who pushed for schools to reopen do not want their kids vaccinated and do not want their kids to wear masks in school, knowing that people will get sick and die. Pediatric ICUs are filling up with child Covid patients. Right wingers are five with killing kids out of pure spite/owning the libs. That is what Matt Walsh is about. That sentiment is what Carrie chose to like. She’s a big girl and can take a little social media heat for supporting that trash take. The people who are dying because of that myopic selfishness can’t take anything.

      • Silver says:

        Just because you don’t know anything about psychology and don’t seem to care about mental health doesn’t mean it’s junk science. Read a book and stop thinking everything is political. Nobody benefits from people dying in the US.

  32. Whiney says:

    You strike me as someone who hoped to be a political writer, but was handed celeb tabloids. Glad you got your platform!

  33. Lol says:

    Why is it ok for you all to judge her and name call her for believing something that is different from you. I’m so sick of this holier than thou behavior. We don’t all have to agree on everything. Just because someone has a different belief doesn’t make them a terrible person. We all have the right to our own opinions. I’m tired of the leftist mafia intimidating everyone

  34. JenKat says:

    She’s a vegan who married a dude who hunts and takes people on hunting trips. She’s clearly a republican with no soul.