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‘Proud’ terrorists

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What’s more dangerous to kids — a man in makeup or an angry man with a gun You know what the scariest thing about drag queen story hour is?

The part where hooded men wearing body armor show up with assault rifles. That’s what happened at a holiday-themed storytelling event on Dec.

3 featuring drag queens when the Proud Boys showed up to protest. Anti-queer protest has become the Proud Boys’ new thing, giving them something to focus on besides worshipping disgraced former President Donald Trump and reliving their Jan.

6 Capitol riot by watching the footage they posted of themselves engaging in this act of terrorism on social media. After all, they’re the Proud Boys, not the Smart Boys.

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