(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Armed and masked Antifa members were guarding a drag show at a distillery in North Texas that was labeled “kid-friendly,” despite the present partial nudity and sexualization of minors.
Kris Cruz, a producer at BlazeTV, tweeted photos of a group of Antifa members wearing masks and standing with AR-15 rifles at the drag show in Roanoke, Texas.
Armed #Antifa showed up in Roanoke, TX to protect the “kid friendly” drag show at this bar. Armed #Antifa escorted attendees to the vehicles. I counted about 9 AR-15s. @CityofRoanokeTX @SaraGonzalesTX @TaylerUSA @WatchChad @theblaze @BlazeTV pic.twitter.com/S1rOM1dlmo
— Kris Cruz (@realKrisCruz) August 28, 2022
Both Cruz and BlazeTV host Sara Gonzalez also posted photos on Twitter where it is possible to see Antifa members standing in the parking garage in the sniper positions next to the location of the event.
“Sara & I will talk tomorrow about how #Antifa was placed very [strategically] during the “kid-friendly” drag show in @CityofRoanokeTX,” they wrote in the post.
“Yes, #Antifa was armed like snipers on the 3rd floor of the parking garage. @TaylerUSA will confirm the sighting.”
The Anderson Distillery and Grill hosted a “Barrel Babes Drag Brunch” on Aug. 28, according to their Facebook page.
Gonzales and journalist Tayler Hansen tweeted a video from the event that shows more than 20 very young children being exposed to the obscene content of the drag show, pointing out once again that it is not for children.
Andy Ngo, a Post Millennial editor famous for covering Antifa for the last couple of years and writing a book about it, wrote on Twitter that the armed Antifa members are a part of the local chapter of the John Brown Gun Club that has been linked to domestic terrorism.
“Today a group of armed #Antifa members came to Roanoke, TX to support a drag queen event,” he wrote.
“The local chapter of the John Brown Gun Club, an #Antifa militia linked to domestic terrorism, led the call to direct action. It is headed by Christopher Guillott & Garrett Lee.”
Eventually, a counter-protest was created by Protect Texas Kids, the Post Millennial reported.
A woman who attended the event argued with the protesters and exposed her breasts while her child was in the car with her, Gonzales tweeted.
She also posted a video of the same woman trying to kiss her son while drunk.
“Sickening,” Gonzales wrote.