US Navy hosts drag queen lip sync battles

US Navy hosts drag queen lip sync battles

Grant J. Kidney, August 30, 2018-

A little known secret is that the U.S. Navy regularly hosts Drag Queen ‘lip sync battles’ where cross-dressing servicemen plaster make up all over their faces and prance around in front of other Naval officers.

Here’s Joshua Kelley, a 24 year old drag queen member of the United States Navy. Kelley’s drag name is ‘Harpy Daniels’.

Kelley perform in the Navy’s ‘Morale, Welfare and Recreation’ events where sailors compete with each other in such activities as song and dance.

In an interview with NBC News, Kelley defines himself as the ‘typical fruit cup’ and encourages young people to become drag queens.

“I hope young people have the courage to do drag and not feel pressure from anybody else,” Kelley says. “At the end of the day, it’s a reflection of who you are and what your creativity is. I want a young person to see me and think, ‘You’re serving your country, and still doing what you love.’”

Below, drag queen Harpey Daniels performs provocative dance in front of U.S. Naval members.

Recently, President Trump mandated that transgender soldiers would not be allowed to serve in the U.S. military. This effort has been undermined however through a combination of Deep State and radical left-wing forces.

In Russia, China, Iran and various other nations, service members performing in drag would not be heard of.

And while transgenders and drag queens certainly do perform a service for their country by joining the armed forces, the optics just aren’t very good when measured against the brutal forces of America’s foes.

Below, notice how there are no drag queens or transgender soldiers in the Russian military.

NEXT: Read a recent article I did about the many reasons why transgenders should not serve in the armed forces.

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