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Biden’s Department Of Defense Denies Drag Shows On Bases Even When Confronted With Undeniable Evidence

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Mark Miller in masks
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Even when confronted with undeniable evidence presented by Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida, President Joe Biden’s Department of Defense (DOD) repeatedly denied to Congress that U.S. military bases all around the world are guilty of spending resources, time, and taxpayer dollars on drag queen shows targeting children.

“Drag queen story hours is not something that the department funds,” Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin told Gaetz at a House Armed Services Committee on Wednesday.

Gaetz demonstrated during his questioning time that, in addition to the Pentagon’s weaponization of the Covid jab, critical race theory, and abortion against Americans in the middle of a recruiting crisis and escalation of global conflict, the DOD under Biden is shamelessly using taxpayer resources to promote its LGBT agenda.

Even though Gaetz shared multiple reports about the military’s public embrace of ladyface at several military bases in Nevada, Montana, Florida, and even Germany, Austin once again refused to admit that the Biden administration’s DOD engaged with drag.

“Who funded these things, Mr. Secretary?” Gaetz asked.

“Drag shows are not something that the Department of Defense so supports or funds,” Austin repeated.

“I just showed you the evidence,” Gaetz retorted. “Why are they happening?”

Austin, however, continued to double down.

“I will say again, this is not something that we support or fund,” Austin said.

When Gaetz asked Austin if he truly thought that “hosting a drag queen story hour on a military base isn’t supporting the drag queen story hour,” Austin merely replied: “I stand by what I just said.”

“You may stand by it, but it’s belied by the evidence over and over again,” Gaetz replied.

Right after Gaetz’s time expired, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley, who infamously claimed during a committee hearing in 2022 that he wanted to “understand white rage,” spoke up and requested copies of the drag show reports.

“That’s the first I’m hearing about that kind of stuff,” Milley admitted. “I don’t read those news stories. I don’t know.”

Milley then interjected that he does not “agree with those” and that he thinks “those shouldn’t be happening.”

“Thank you for that admission,” Gaetz replied.

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