Demi Lovato isn't one of those celebrities who will sit idly by as others discuss politics. She has a voice, and believe it or not, it's way more powerful than her singing one.

Lovato took to Twitter to respond to TIME magazine's choice for its Person of the Year award, and she certainly wasn't alone in her opinion.

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The magazine chose the "Silence Breakers" as the winners of the annual award, honoring women who spoke up about sexual harassment and assault this year.

The five women highlighted specifically on the cover include Ashley Judd, Taylor Swift, Susan Fowler, Adama Iwu, and Isabel Pascual, although other people and their stories are included inside the issue. 

The cover also shows a mysterious arm on the right side. The arm belongs to an anonymous hospital worker in Texas and represents all the women who have yet to speak up and tell their stories of sexual assault or misconduct.

The empowering cover was somewhat clouded though by the runner-up: TIME named President Donald Trump, who's been accused by various women of sexual assault, as its runner-up for the award.

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"The greater impact of Trump’s first year in office is that he has changed the presidency. The passing feuds, the wild accusations, the crude and divisive language­—­no other Commander in Chief has broadcast his outbursts in such an unfiltered torrent," the feature reads.

Lovato, who's been politically outspoken in the past, expressed her horror at the outlet's choice.

"Time mag highlights brave women coming forward against sexual assault on the cover but names a man with sexual assault allegations against him runner up to person of the year.. Really @TIME? #hypocrites," she wrote. The 25-year-old is, of course, referring to the 16 women who have come forward to accuse POTUS of sexual assault in the past.

She went on to explain her disappointment in the magazine's decision.

"I’ve become less vocal about my distain for certain people over the past year because it only divides our country even more but this is worth speaking up about. @TIME mag - very disappointed in your hypocrisy and disrespect toward the women on your cover."

Lovato has previously voiced concerns about the country's 'divide,' tweeting directly at Trump after he criticized the entire Democratic party.

The singer even made a dig at TIME, implying it simply wanted to stir controversy in the news with its choice to include Trump.

"To be named POTY by @TIME it should be for doing something positive or brave LIKE the women on the cover. It’s annoying that it’s just about impact on the news," she wrote.

Lovatics are definitely in agreement with the singer's views:

Earlier this year, Lovato was named one of TIME's 100 Most Influential People.

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"Demi Lovato is a remarkably talented artist and performer. But her courage, honesty and willingness to use her own experiences to help others are what make her a true star," the feature said.

Chances are, she's less proud of that honor now.