Roanoke Bar To Host Drag Show For Kids
Their ad proudly invites "all ages."
Never “drag” your kids here. A Roanoke bar called Anderson Distillery and Grill announced over Facebook it would host a drag show without age limits. The establishment displays no concern over children’s exposure to crossdressing perverts, or the likelihood of monkeypox superspreading.
According to Anderson, the event will be headlined by rotund weirdo “Trisha Delish” from Denton, along with three other debauchees wanting access to children, and pill-popping mothers aiding and abetting. Said debauchee’s identities are currently unknown, but considering infamous trends, they are not going to be child-friendly.
Apparently, the dive’s owners are unconcerned bacchanals are allowed to receive children, inviting these groomers to come in. Couched in “freedumb of expression” (in their pants) and “popular request,” homoerotic deviants get to contribute to the delinquency of a minor (very illegal), and convert the property into a biohazard.
During a monkeypox pandemic, it is the epitome of tone-deaf inviting likely carriers on the premises. With no cure (excluding maybe untested smallpox treatments), allowing this disease to infect the general population is reckless and unscientific. At least relegate it (and other perversion-transmitted ailments) to degenerates, and consider public safety, especially when it can metastasize.
Isn’t it ironic the same people demanding quarantine camps over a superflu are suddenly silent regarding an actually dangerous virus? Furthermore, dogs also get infected after intimately close contact with carriers. If even beloved family pets get diseased, what makes you think children will not?
Hopefully, Roanoke declares a public health emergency and shuts down joints catering to sodomite activity, as we proposed earlier; we acknowledge its improbability however.
You the citizen can make your voices known another way: Anderson Distillery and Grill’s contact information is readily available, and they can be contacted at 817-203-0623, or the “Contact us” section at their website’s bottom.
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