'Child Friendly?' 'Louder with Crowder' Shows Armed Antifa Defending 'Family Friendly' Drag Queen Show

Nick Kangadis | September 1, 2022
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Sorry, but you’re never going to convince me that a drag queen “show,” that includes whatever degeneracy we’re supposed to be “accepting” of this week, is “family friendly.” Let me say it clearly for all those in the cheap seats, and the activists/terrorists that makes excuses for them…DRAG QUEEN SHOWS ARE NOT FOR CHILDREN!!! Period.

All that said, Steven Crowder sent out the “Louder with Crowder” crew to undercover report on the “Barrel Babes Drag Brunch” at the Anderson Distillery and Grill in Roanoke, Texas on this past Sunday. All ages were allowed, and the show was promoted as “child friendly,” according to Crowder.

Well, it wouldn’t be a gathering of degenerates if the communists of Antifa — or Antifa-adjacent/Black Bloc — didn’t show up to vilify, accost and generally harass people who don’t think children should put money in a drag queen’s dress or witness a whale-sized drag queen do the spilts in front of kids.

Needless to say, Antifa — or whatever fake tough guys they were pretending to be — showed up to protect the event…strapped with rifles. (No word on whether those rifles were funded by George Soros, even though they’re “totally” not an organization.)

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Of course, the all black-clad terrorists protecting child abusers wouldn’t say a word to the folks working for “Louder with Crowder.” They must’ve been deaf or mute or whatever their excuse is for not being able to answer why they protect deviants.

The show went on with the supporters, including little children, hooting and hollering and giving money to the obese drag queens, while those from the town who opposed it stayed across the street in protest.

Towards the end of the video posted to YouTube on Thursday, Crowder did note that Roanoke Mayor Scooter Gierisch emailed “Louder with Crowder” a statement “expressing the reaction and outrage from the Roanoke community.

“We will do whatever it takes, working with our country and state partners, to maintain a culture of respect for families and in defense of our children,” Gierisch wrote. “Having heard from our residents, rest assured that the City is investigatin the incident and is pursuing all options to ensure our children are protected, and the safety of our community is not compromised.”

For video of “Louder with Crowder’s” reporting, watch below:


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