A viral TikTok video shows a little girl who can be no older than 5 or 6 literally twerking on the streets of New York City as onlookers encourage her, cheer and applaud.
“We all need this confidence in life,” says the text accompanying the clip, which shows the child performing the dance routine as one black woman simulates slapping her butt.
Another African-American woman then joins in by performing the sexually suggestive dance alongside the toddler.
Another woman gleefully records the performance on her cellphone.
Elect me president and my one pledge is that I will have every adult involved with this kind of shit arrested. I have no other plans. Just that.
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) June 14, 2021
“Elect me president and my one pledge is that I will have every adult involved with this kind of shit arrested. I have no other plans. Just that,” tweeted Matt Walsh.
It seems like there’s no coincidence that this disgusting filth emerged during pride month.
A similar clip from 2019 showed a young boy twerking during a pride parade while being similarly celebrated by attendees.
So-called “drag queen kid” Desmond is Amazing has also appeared at gay nightclubs where patrons handed him dollar bills.
As we highlighted back in April, another video showed two young girls being paraded around during a late night drag queen show in L.A. as they are encouraged to take cash tips from members of the crowd.
Over the last week, a debate emerged within the LGBT community via Twitter as to whether gay pride parades should be made PG or whether children should not be allowed anywhere near them.
They don’t appear to have come to a conclusion.
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