Reporter exposes children being ‘sexually groomed’ at ‘all ages’ Christmas drag show touring America

Fox News host Tucker Carlson spoke with independent journalist Tayler Hansen on Monday following his suspension and reinstatement on Twitter after sharing footage of an obscene “all ages” drag queen Christmas show in Austin, Texas.

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Hansen appeared on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” to recount attending the “family-friendly” show in Austin, Texas. He took the footage with the help of the Texas Family Project. The video clearly shows a group of roughly 20 children who were present as drag queens simulated nudity, sex acts, and lewd dancing in front of them in what can only be seen as an act of grooming. One of the acts was called “Screwdolph the red-nippled reindeer.”

“So-called all-ages drag shows are popping up all over the country. Drag shows for kids. One was held the other day in Austin, Texas,” Carlson noted as he played a clip of the show.

“Yeah, in case you were wondering if they were targeting kids… they were literally targeting kids,” he added and then played another raunchy segment of the video.

“So, GLAD is for this? Human Rights Campaign is for this? Oh, they’re for it. It’s happening all over the country. It’s part of a national tour called ‘A Drag Queen Christmas.’ Thirty-six shows, 18 different states,” Carlson pointed out and then introduced Hansen.

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This was marketed towards children in the flyer itself. It literally says ‘all ages,’ and I don’t know about you, but the video that I watched, it does not entail anything that’s appropriate for all ages,” Hansen told Carlson.

He described in a Twitter thread how one performer paraded around on stage with his “t**s in a box” while another asked two young children if they were “having fun” and “enjoying it.”

Soon after Hansen posted photos and videos on Twitter showing the event, he was suspended for reportedly violating the social media company’s policies against hateful conduct. But he was quickly reinstated.

“It’s very interesting that I was almost immediately suspended after reporting on this and having it hit breaking news. The reason why I would be banned is because you have fake reporters like Will Carless from USA Today, amongst many other sources, that want to come out and say there are no children there,” he claimed.

“I mean, they flat-out denied this even though these children are essentially on video being sexually groomed. I mean, there’s no other way to put it. These children are being groomed by adults,” Hansen remarked.

Carlson asked why reporters would lie and say there were no children at drag queen events when they are clearly seen on video with their parents at the show.

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“I really think it’s all about the narrative game here,” Hansen replied to Carlson. “I’ve heard of something called ‘drag-phobia’ that’s been popping up pretty recently in my mentions. I don’t really know what that means, but if drag-phobia means 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 drag-phobic, to say the least.”

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