Log Cabin Republicans Planned Drag Show At Dallas Family Restaurant
Event advertised online along with orgies, bathhouses, and child grooming.
Dallas gay men’s political activist group, Log Cabin Republicans (LCR), once attempted to host a drag queen happy hour type event at a family restaurant.
Continuing our series as to why LCR is just an LGBTQ+ agenda-pushing club masquerading as “Republican,” we have several screenshots showing that LCRs once attempted to host Lady MAGA, for a local drag queen happy hour type event.
For those unaware, Lady MAGA is a cross-dressing man named Ryan Woods who dresses up like a clown, does “performances” and masquerades as a conservative Trump supporter. Woods also happens to be the President of the Utah chapter of the Log Cabin Republicans.
The sexually charged event was to be held during normal business hours at Mattito’s in Dallas, a Tex-Mex family restaurant. The event was eventually cancelled due to COVID.
The drag queen happy hour was seemingly open to all-ages, and advertised in a local gay magazine’s calendar titled “THE GAY AGENDA.”
Other events featured in this magazine included furries, orgies, bathhouses, and messaging on how to groom kids into drag queens.
At this point there should be no question as to what are the goals of the Log Cabin Republicans. The primary goal is pushing the LGBTQ+ agenda, as we covered yesterday. Leadership in their group will go so far as to vote Democrat in order to support their narrative. They do this while lying, bullying, and appealing to the sympathy of conservatives by portraying themselves as some normal Republican men that just happen to be gay.
Compare the LCR messaging from 9 years ago to what we see today in this Current Revolt video.
There is no denying that they want to bring children into their movement seeing as they planned on having the drag queen event at a family restaurant.
No common sense Republican should consider supporting Log Cabin Republicans, and if you know of any elected officials that fund this group through donations or sponsorships let us know in the comments.
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