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Air Force Paid For Drag Queen To Appear At ‘Bingo’ Event And ‘Glow Party,’ Docs Show

From Daily Caller:

The Air Force paid for bingo and party events attended by a drag queen in 2022, according to records obtained by Judicial Watch.
The 423d Force Support Squadron spent $400 to host two separate events with a drag queen who goes by “Miss Lexi Andrews,” according to an invoice obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request by Judicial Watch. One event is described as an “appearance” with Andrews at “Drag Queen Bingo” on June 23, 2022; the other was a “performance” by Andrews at a “glow party” one day later in June 2022.
Andrews is advertised as an “Internationally Performing Drag Queen, Author, Instrumentalist, Vocalist, Dancer, & Performer,” and has been based out of both the U.K. and Washington, D.C., according to social media profiles.
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