Last Updated on June 16, 2023
MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle hosted a roundtable discussion with a group of drag queens and a transgender, boasting that she watches drag shows with her own kids and uses the performances as an opportunity to teach them about homosexuality and transgenderism. Virtually the entire panel discussion, as well as a written follow-up piece authored by Ruhle, revolved around justifying the exposure of children to hyper-sexual drag performances and LGBT ideology.
MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle was joined by drag queens “Rose'”, “Julie J”, and “Nicky O”, as well as “Mariyea” who, in addition to being a drag queen claims to be a transgender woman. Throughout the discussion, Ruhle and the drag queens attacked parental rights activists while vehemently promoting the sexualization of children, but insisted that they aren’t pedophiles.
Ruhle even admitted to watching drag shows with her own kids, at one point boasting to the panel of four men, who she claimed are both “ladies” and “pioneers” that “I watch RuPaul’s Drag Race with my kids.”
“Thank you!” one of the drag queens chimed in.
“And they’re saying is this person a drag queen? Is this person trans?” Ruhle added.
“Like, trans and drag do intersect somewhere, yes?” she asked.
“Absolutely, I’m right in your face,” responded “Mariyea”, the man who says that he’s both a transgender woman and a drag queen.
#VIDEO: MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle tells drag queen panel that she watches drag shows with her kids.
"Thank you" replies one of the perverts. pic.twitter.com/qslr3JlkPP
— Frankie Stockes – Reporter (@stockes76) June 16, 2023
Among other things, Ruhle endorsed drag queen story hours as part of the panel discussion, claiming alongside the drag queens that the story hours are a great way to teach children to read.
Republicans, claimed one of the drag queens, are opposed to drag queen story hours because they want to “ban books”.
“Your business is about creating joy for others, and that business is under attack,” Ruhle claimed.
In a written summary of the drag queen panel authored by Ruhle, the MSNBC host doubled down on her LGBT sexualization of her own children, and claimed that the very existence of the LGBT lifestyle is being threatened by parents and legislators who are standing up to protect children.
“My kids and I love to watch ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’, Ruhle wrote. “I consider myself a proud and fairly educated ally. But when my kids started asking me questions about who these queens love and who they date out of drag, I didn’t know how to answer them.”
In both the panel discussion and the written follow-up, Ruhle and the drag queens made the bizarre claim that opposition to public drag performances and other homosexual fetish activity that targets children is a violation of the privacy rights of LGBT’ers.
At no point did any of them seem to realize that the very act of taking part in public drag performances places one’s sexuality front and center, or that the entire concept of “LGBT pride” revolves around publicly disclosing one’s sexuality which, in the case of gay and trans radicals, often makes up their one and only personality trait.
Ruhle, even more bizarrely, compared it to if someone were to ask her “what type of sex” she has with her husband.
“No one feels entitled to ask about my sex life. They respect my privacy. But somehow we as a society, me included, feel like we have the right to know who, how and why drag performers and other members of the LGBTQ community live and love,” Ruhle wrote, echoing her statements from the panel discussion.
“Putting on a giant wig and big eyelashes doesn’t forfeit your very American right to privacy,” she added, again seeming to lose the fact that “putting on a giant wig” etc is part of a sexual fetish being acted out in public.
Watch The Full Panel Discussion Below: