MSNBC: It’s ‘Sad’ GOP Wants to Ban Drag Shows, GOP Should Be Ashamed

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In light of the reported shooting at an “LGBTQ” club in Colorado Springs, Colorado in which five people were killed and 17 were injured, Monday night’s The ReidOut on MSNBC sought to blame conservatives’ fight to protect children from sexually inappropriate drag shows and other forms of grooming for inspiring the attack that occurred at that club, despite there being no word from authorities on a motive. 

To make matters worse, host Joy Reid attempted to normalize “drag queen story hour” for children in which a man in a dress reads to children. Reid even aired footage of one of these sexually inappropriate shows that reportedly occurred at a New York Public Library. Any normal viewer who saw the footage Reid aired would realize how horrifying it was that the left wants children exposed to these events. 

“I have been to one with kids there, with like kids there,” Reid bragged referring to drag shows. “I want to show you guys what drag queen story hours look like because there was a drag show that was supposed to be at this club when this attack happened. I just want those who don’t know what they look like to see what one looks like,” Reid said before airing the clip of a man pretending to be a woman.

“It makes me sad,” Reid said after airing the footage, “that that scares right-wing people so much that they would try to ban it or your governor sued people over it. And then people act surprised when there’s violence against people who are trans and LGBTQ.” 

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In response, Brandon Wolf who serves as the Press Secretary of the radical LGBTQ activist group Equality Florida tried to claim that conservatives are more concerned with protecting children from grooming than focusing on kitchen table issues like inflation.

“Ask people around the country what they’re most concerned about and they want to put food on the table for Thanksgiving dinner, they want to be able to put gas in their car,” Wolf huffed. 

“Yet we have an entire political party that’s being held hostage by those who are made uncomfortable or seem to find their insecurities rooted in a drag queen sharing how tall her wig is,” Wolf hypocritically cried.

What he doesn’t understand is that you don’t get to exploit people’s children and then yell at them to focus on inflation. Finances are important, but so are the well-being of children. And the public apparently thinks Republicans are the go-to party to fight inflation since they took control of the House. 

Wolf ended by accusing conservatives of causing the shooting at the nightclub by pushing back on the grooming of children: “these people should be absolutely ashamed of themselves that their rhetoric, that their vile language has turned into violence in a community that is now traumatized forever.” 

See how this works? They can put drag queens in your five-year-old’s classroom but if you object, you are to blame for mass shootings at gay nightclubs. 

This perverted segment on MSNBC was made possible by United Healthcare. Their information is linked. 

To read the transcript of this segment click “expand”:  

MSNBC’s The ReidOut
11/21/2022
7:19:33 p.m. Eastern

JOY REID: I just want to go on, because I don’t think most people have seen one, I have been to one with kids there, with like kids there. I want to show you guys what drag queen story hours look like because there was a drag show that was supposed to be at this club when this attack happened. I just want those who don’t know what they look like to see what one looks like. This is cut two. Please play this. 

[cuts to clip] 

DRAG QUEEN: The hair, so a lot of drag queens have really big, big, big hair. So the hair on the drag queen goes up, up, up, so you can put your hands on your head like this and go up, up, up. So the hair on the drag queen goes up, up, up. Up, up, up. Up, up, up. The hair on the drag queen goes up, up, up. All through the town. Good job.

[cuts back to live] 

REID: And you know, it makes me sad, Brandon, that that scares right-wing people so much that they would try to ban it or your governor sued people over it. And then people act surprised when there’s violence against people who are trans and LGBTQ. Your thoughts? 

BRANDON WOLF: Yeah, you’re absolutely right. I mean, ask people around the country what they’re most concerned about and they want to put food on the table for Thanksgiving dinner, they want to be able to put gas in their car. Yet we have an entire political party that’s being held hostage by those who are made uncomfortable or seem to find their insecurities rooted in a drag queen sharing how tall her wig is. 

If people wearing a wig reading red fish blue fish at your public library is the most concerning thing happening in your community, I would say you probably got it pretty easy. We have a lot of problems in this country, but that person you just saw on the screen is not one of them. And these people should be absolutely ashamed of themselves that their rhetoric, that their vile language has turned into violence in a community that is now traumatized forever.

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