January 29, 2020
I’m as much a fan of comedy featuring men dressed up as women as the next guy.
It just makes me chuckle and I don’t need to explain why – normal people just think it’s funny.
Especially when it is black guys doing it – wow, I just rolled on the floor laughing my ass off.
But I will be the first to call out this drag queen epidemic because what we are dealing with here is not funny, it is not even ironic and it is getting completely out of control.
So how can we tell the literal trannies from men who are just dressing up as women to be funny?
Not anymore we can’t.
We need a total shutdown on men dressing up as women until we can figure out what the hell is going on.
First, it was an unexpected appearance at President Donald Trump’s impeachment hearings, and now it’s a barrier-breaking debut during one of the year’s most watched sporting events.
Drag queens, for the first time, will appear in a Super Bowl advertisement. “RuPaul’s Drag Race” alumni Kim Chi and Miz Cracker will make history in a commercial for hummus brand Sabra during the football championship game Feb. 2, when the Kansas City Chiefs will face the San Francisco 49ers.
Are drag queens really supposed to help a company sell *squints* hummus?
I suppose we should consider ourselves lucky that they’re not molesting little boys during the commercial… this year. Twerking toddler twinks will be heavily featured in next year’s Super Bowl commercial line-up.
And yes, it comes as little surprise that a hummus company is owned by Israelis and that the man in charge of advertising is a Jew, but let me just arm you with these HateFacts anyways.
More than 100 million people will probably see these drag queens. Some might not realize that these are drag queens. I hope no kids are watching the Super Bowl this year.
Bob Witeck, a longtime marketing strategist who specializes in reaching LGBTQ audiences, called Sabra’s drag ad “revolutionary.”
“For queer audiences, it is an art form and an ‘outsiders’ language,” Witek said of drag. “Reaching the Super Bowl means taking our language into every home in the nation and millions around the world.”
Witeck said the Sabra ad, which could reach around 100 million viewers during the Super Bowl, is indicative of a sea change in the public perception of drag, which he said has been normalized in the mainstream for many years, thanks in large part to the success of the award-winning reality show “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”
I haven’t watched TV in more than five years because I know about the internet, which is why I am always floored when I hear about what they play on the ol’ scrying-mirror nowadays.
This Drag Queen show has apparently been on for 9 seasons and debuted all the way back in 2009. Seriously. We’ve let the Jews have a drag competition show on TV for more than a decade and we’re surprised that now they’re featured in the Super Bowl?
TV watchers really let the ball slip on this one.
And there’s no stopping it now. There was a point when normies could have stood up and said that they weren’t going to tolerate anymore Talmudic nonsense being shoved down their throats by the Jewish media. But that time has long passed. Now, the Super Bowl – the last refuge of bread and circus seekers in America – is going to feature drag queens in its advertisements while you’re grilling some Wondermeat patties this year.
This is totally on you, normies.