Air Force base holds drag queen show, says it's "essential to the morale, cohesion, and readiness of the military"

Jun 23rd

Did you know that men dressing up in women's clothes is "essential" to America's ability to curb stomp foreign powers??

Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada held its first drag event on June 17 at the Nellis Club, a dining/entertainment lounge on base.

If you're wondering, the Nellis base houses the Warfare Center, the Air Force's version of "Top Gun."

Apparently, our top combat aviators have graduated from singing in bars to watching grown men twerk in women's clothes. Progress!

The event was sponsored by the Nellis Top 3, an organization that exists to "enhance the morale, esprit de corps, of all enlisted personnel assigned to the Wing and to facilitate cooperation between members of the top three enlisted grades."

When criticized for allowing such an event, the Air Force doubled down, defending men in lipstick as important – NAY, VITAL! – to the fitness of our military and the survival of the Republic.

Nellis Air Force Base and the 99th Air Base Wing hosted its first-ever drag show Thursday, June 17, at the Nellis Club. The event was sponsored by a private organization and provided an opportunity for attendees to learn more about the history and significance of drag performance art within the LGBT+ community.

Ensuring our ranks reflect and are inclusive of the American people is essential to the morale, cohesion, and readiness of the military. Nellis Air Force Base is committed to providing and championing an environment that is characterized by equal opportunity, diversity and inclusion.

It seems our military leaders have been replaced with CLOWNS.


Who in the world are you trying to kid??

"Inclusion" is going to get us all killed. Once upon a time, dressing in drag was a way for young men to avoid military service. Now, it seems an "essential" part of it.

I think I know why countries like China and Russia haven't been more aggressive toward us lately. They're laughing at us and biding their time.


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