A Conservative Group Criticized for Protesting Drag Queen Santas

St Louis, MO — It was a cold day in St. Louis, Missouri, when a group of individuals linked to conservative activist Charlie Kirk’s Turning Point USA assembled outside a shopping mall to demonstrate against a controversial new holiday tradition: a drag queen Santa Claus.

People looked on in bewilderment and fury as demonstrators carried signs reading “Santa is a man, not a drag queen!” and “No LGBTQ+ agenda in Christmas!”

A middle-aged woman with serious anger management issues stood at the front of the gathering and delivered an impassioned speech from a makeshift podium. She proclaimed that the forces of political correctness “will not destroy the very basis of our society,” and neither would we. Allowing a guy in a dress to play Santa Claus is an insult to our values because “Santa Claus is a hallowed symbol of Christmas.”

Mall-goers were unmoved by the demonstrators’ angry statements and emotional pleas. Most people just shrugged and went on their merry way, while several paused to take pictures of themselves with the lively crowd in the background.

Teens in elf costumes started dancing and singing Christmas carols supporting the drag queen Santa as the protest wore on. One of the elves raised a megaphone and proclaimed, “We stand with our LGBTQ+ brothers and sisters, and we won’t let hate and bigotry destroy the holiday season.”

As the two factions confronted one another, tensions rose, and the potential for violence increased. A tall, jovial man in a red suit and white beard emerged, accompanied by a herd of reindeer, just as all hope seemed to be lost.

As the man got closer, the demonstrators went silent, and the atmosphere became tense. However, the man then spoke, his tone full of compassion. Saying, “I am Santa Claus, and I deliver a message of love and acceptance to everybody,” he introduced himself as the man in red. “There is room for everyone in the Christmas spirit, regardless of who they are or what they believe. Join me in sharing this season’s joy with friends and family.”

The tension vanished after she said that, and protesters and fans accepted the season’s message. In the end, everyone left feeling a little more upbeat and united than when they’d arrived.

Randall 'fink' Finkelstein
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