Pelosi To Make Yet Another Appearance on TV Show About Drag Queens

Pelosi To Make Yet Another Appearance on TV Show About Drag Queens

It’s a good thing that America is running so swimmingly under Joe Biden that the Speaker of the House can take time out of our apparently not-so-busy schedule to appear (again) on a show highlighting drag queens.

The Blaze reports:

Pelosi will appear on a new season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” — she previously appeared on the program several years ago as well.

“Can I get an amen?” Pelosi can be seen saying in a clip advertising the show’s upcoming season.


So what, you may ask, is the California Democrats’ draw to drag? She was asked that question — sort of — in 2018 when the Hollywood Reporter actually posed this question to Pelosi: “What could politicians learn from drag queens?”

“Authenticity,” Pelosi, one of the most inauthentic politicians in D.C., responded. “Taking pride in who you are. Knowing your power — that’s what I talk about on my brief segment on the show. This idea of people believing in themselves, being themselves, taking pride in themselves, is not just a lesson for politicians but for everyone in the country. And that’s why I was so excited and couldn’t resist being on the show.”

The multimillionaire ‘Everywoman’ knows about as much about what makes an ideal person as a kindergartner knows about quantum physics — but okay.

The Blaze continues:

During that interview, the outlet also asked the lawmaker whether she had ever considered what her drag name would be, but Pelosi said that she had not.

The California Democrat has served in Congress for more than three decades and holds the distinction of being the first and only woman ever to serve as the Speaker of the House of Representatives.

Meanwhile, other Democrats have given their blessing to what critics believe are blatant acts of mental child abuse: Drag Queen Story Hour in which cross-dressers read books to young children.

“Across the country, books are being banned, which are depriving our nation’s youth. But thanks to @NYPL and programs like Draq Queen story hour, NYC’s next generation are getting a well rounded education about LGBTQ+ issues and gender identity,” Maloney tweeted.

Needless to say, critics pounded the congresswoman’s post, but she remained unfazed and defiant, declaring that “the bigots are at it again in the comments.”

“Shame on you, lady, doubling down on promoting at worst the grooming of children and at best exposing them to/indoctrinating them with what they’re too young to have thrust upon them,” noted Townhall web editor Rebecca Downs.

Others hammered Maloney as well.


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