Last Updated on December 20, 2022
A USA Today journalist blocked an independent investigative reporter who was covering graphic content occurring at an “All Ages” drag show.
USA Today’s Will Carless got into a Twitter spat with independent journalist Tayler Hansen after Hansen began reporting on disturbing hypersexualized content being promoted at an “All Ages” Drag Christmas Tour.
Carless asked Hansen to “prove to me that any of this footage was taken at an all-ages show.”
Hansen responded with receipts proving the images and videos he previously posted were from Wednesday last week and taken in 2nd Street District, in Austin, TX, where an “All Ages” – “Drag Queen Christmas” event took place.
Carless continued to act as if Hansen was dishonestly reporting on the drag show and accused the videos of being “falsely edited” and eventually blocked Hansen’s Twitter account.
“This exchange should be in the history books for why no one trusts MSM ‘Journalists’,” Hansen said on Twitter.
Shortly thereafter Hansen saw his Twitter account was suspended for allegedly violating rules against “hateful conduct.”
Hansen “attended an all ages drag show and recorded the sexually explicit routines that were being performed in front of kids and exposed it all on Twitter. He is now locked out of his account for violating rules against hateful conduct’,” Blaze TV’s Sara Gonzales posted to Twitter.
Gonzales helped Hansen expose the Austin drag show across Twitter.
.@TaylerUSA attended an all ages drag show and recorded the sexually explicit routines that were being performed in front of kids and exposed it all on Twitter.
— Sara Gonzales (@SaraGonzalesTX) December 19, 2022
Hansen appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight on Monday to discuss his Twitter suspension and the horrifying drag show event.
“If ‘Dragphobia’ means that I am against full-grown men dressed as women sexually dancing and committing lewd acts in front of minors intentionally, then you can consider me ‘dragphobic’ to say the least,” Hansen explained to Carlson.
After Carlson mentioned how mothers, not fathers, seemed to be bringing their children to these drag events, Hansen claimed “99% of the time” there are no dads at these sort of events.
“I’m glad you mentioned the dads, Tucker. There actually is a common reoccurrence is there are no dads there 99% of the time. A lot of the people who bring these kids to the show are single mothers who happen to be obese. I don’t know if there is a pattern there, or what?”
WATCH the interview below:
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