U.S. Air Force has Become a Den of Debauchery

Judicial Watch blows the whistle on state of U.S. military with focus specifically on Air Force promoting CULTURE CRUSHING filth among its ranks, including programs targeting children

Judicial Watch recently received 25 pages of records regarding drag shows, drag story hours and other pride events for military personnel and their dependent minor children, all of it organized and paid for by the U.S. Air Force, meaning your tax dollars.

According to a May 30 press release from Judicial Watch, documents were obtained one year ago through a May 5, 2023, Freedom of Information Act request submitted to the U.S. Department of Defense by Judicial Watch and CatholicVote Civic Action. The Defense Department issued at least half a dozen “no records” responses to the FOIA request prior to finally releasing these records.

On June 10, 2021, a social media post by the Ramstein & Vogelweh Air Force Libraries advertises:

“We’re celebrating PRIDE month with our very first DRAG STORY TIME! Our local Drag King, Sauvage, will be reading some of our favorite stories about what makes each of us special. Story time begins at 1030!”

Graphics included with the post include a rainbow flag and two books from which Drag King Sauvage intends to read. The first book is titled “I Am Perfectly Designed” by Karamo Brown. The second book is titled “The HIPS on the DRAG QUEEN Go Swish, Swish, Swish” with a depiction of three males in dresses.

The records also include a graphic for a June 2 “Drag Queen Story Time” event at the Ramstein Library.

An advertisement for an 18-and-older event on June 4 called “Drag Karaoke” at “Club E” with “special guest from Monarchy of RoyalTEA” announces prizes for “best dressed” and drink specials.

An advertisement for a seven-week summer reading program re-promotes “Drag Queen Storytime” on June 10 and shows each week given a different color identification for events that include virtual story times, teen socials and scavenger hunts.

The newly obtained records include several additional advertisements for adult events (e.g. Bingo Night, Karaoke Night and D&I Pride Night) at “Club E” and the “Galaxy Club.”

communication from the marketing department of the 100th Force Support Squadron discusses proofs of brochures, posters and tickets for a “LGBT Observance Event” to be held at the Galaxy Club on February 25, 2022. The names of all participants in the chain are redacted.

Separate from the Judicial Watch research, check out this press release from the Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana.

Good luck fighting the Russians in World War III with this crew.

Published originally at leohohmann.com

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