Republican Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake has vehemently denied allegations that she hosted a drag queen event in her home that was attended by her young daughter after a Phoenix-area transgender stripper accused the staunch conservative of being a hypocrite over her vocal opposition to events where children are exposed to sexual degeneracy.
In what has all of the markings of a Democrat political smear campaign, the Arizona Republic published a story quoting Rick Stevens, a drag performer whose 25 year history of shaking his booty under the name of Barbra Seville at bars, theatres and private parties has established him as “one of the Valley’s best known drag artists,” according to the outlet.
“She’s friends with drag queens, ”Stevens told the paper. “She’s had her kid in front of a drag queen. I’ve done drag in her home for her friends and family. She’s not threatened by them. She would come to shows constantly. To make me be the bogeyman for political gain it was just too much.” Along with giving his account to the Arizona Republic, Stevens also provided pictures of Lake standing next to a drag queen as well as from a costume party where Lake who is dressed up like Elvis Presley posed with another individual wearing a skeleton mask that Stevens claimed was him.
The day prior to the story’s publication, Lake slammed drag queens on Twitter.
“They kicked God out of schools and welcomed the Drag Queens,” she wrote. “They took down our Flag and replaced it with a rainbow. They seek to disarm Americans and militarize our Enemies.”
“Let’s bring back the basics: God, Guns & Glory,” a tweet that was referenced in the Arizona Republic story. They kicked God out of schools and welcomed the Drag Queens. They took down our Flag and replaced it with […]
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