In Washington DC a hoard of angry ANTIFA drag queens pulls off one of the most bizarre forms of protest when they swam a small female Pro-Trump reporter. The entire exchange was caught on camera as the drags followed journalist Alicia Powe as she tried conducting interviews.
The group used brightly colored umbrellas and fans to block Powe’s cameraman’s view.
The drag queen Antifa protesters are members of the organization Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, who according to their website “believe all people have a right to express their unique joy and beauty.”
“We use humor and irreverent wit to expose the forces of bigotry, complacency, and guilt that chain the human spirit,” the group claims.
Antifa hosted the rally to counter-protest the “Demand Free Speech Rally” organized by leading conservatives, which featured Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes and writers Laura Loomer and Milo Yiannopolous.
The event comes days after journalist Andy Ngo suffered a vicious attack from Antifa in Portland. Antifa assaulted the Quileute editor, punching him, kicking him and dousing with milkshakes that authorities say were laced with “quick-drying cement.”
Fox News reports that embers of Antifa clashed with police Saturday after attempting to disrupt a “Demand Free Speech” rally on Saturday in Washington, D.C., according to reports.
Several members of the far-left group were seen trying to grab “Make America Great Again” hats off the heads of supporters of President Trump, the Washington Times reported.
Members of Black Lives Matter D.C. also attended, the Washington Post reported.
A “massive” group of District of Columbia police officers was assigned to the rally in an effort to prevent violence, according to the Post.
Police had broken up at least one direct clash between the conservative Proud Boys group and members of Antifa, according to the Post. Afterward, police worked to keep the two sides apart, the report said.