Parents left wondering if any place can escape the trans takeover after this drag show in a venue no one saw coming


With all the news on our schools you would think the Left would back off with its radical agenda.

But right when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, the Left’s degradation of our children’s schools has hit a new low.

Now parents wonder if anywhere will escape the trans takeover after a drag show somewhere no one expected.

It’s one hell of a time to be a parent or a child in public schools these days.

Every day it’s a new story about the Left’s agenda poisoning our schools through indoctrination.

In real time, we are witnessing with our own eyes the infiltration of our education system of the rainbow jihadists’ all out trans takeover.

As parents desperately try to keep their children from being sexualized by the culture and government school employees, the Left is ramming down their throats the LGBTQRSTUV2? – or whatever it’s up to now – agenda.

It isn’t enough for the Left to sow this corruption in society at large – they want our churches and our children subjected to sexual indoctrination.

And now you can’t walk through the halls of a public school in America without seeing a “Pride Flag” or some poster about drag queens.

Even teachers have been openly subjugating our children to their radical sexual agenda.

But don’t worry, it’s getting worse.

A Vermont public high school thought it would be a great idea to have a “drag ball” during a football game’s halftime.

The “ball” was put on by a student group called the Gender Sexuality Alliance.

During the ball about 30 students and teachers dressed in drag, while the student section chanted “Drag Ball!” as they danced to music.

The teacher in charge of the ball claimed, “I was just really hoping to give our students — who are both out and the students that were in the stands who are not out — a moment to shine and feel loved, and know that there is a place for them in public schools.”

Just look at what kids are being subjected to on school grounds.

What do you think?