‘Gays Against Guns’ Mocks Trump with Grand Central Station Drag Show (Video)

‘Gays Against Guns’ Mocks Trump with Grand Central Station Drag Show (Video)

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Queer activist group Gays Against Guns staged a drag show in New York City’s Grand Central Station to mock Donald Trump’s cozy relationship with the NRA.

In the show, an orange-clad drag queen named Cheetolina was romanced by a drag king representing the NRA. Cheetolina wore a ball gown covered in bloody money while a chorus of performers sang “My Bloody Valentine,” a take on the classic show tune “My Funny Valentine.” Meanwhile, an announcer discussed the NRA’s many millions of dollars in donations to Donald Trump. It was the greatest, grossest love story ever.

Cheetolina and the NRA (via Terry Roethlein)

Gays Against Guns is a group of LGBTQ people fighting the gun lobby.

The NRA courting President Cheetolina (via Terry Roethlein)

The group is also planning a mock funeral for President’s Day this Saturday. We can’t wait.

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