US Navy Uses Drag Queen to Recruit Sailors

10 May 2023

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Xi Jinping is shaking in his heels.

The US Navy has appointed a drag queen as ‘digital ambassador’ to “encourage reluctant young” men to join, says Sky News host James Macpherson.

“The Navy has appointed a drag queen to be the face of an online recruitment drive in a bid to encourage reluctant young men to join up.”

“Yeoman 2nd Class Joshua Kelley who identifies as non-binary and goes by the stage name Harpy Daniels has been acting as the Navy’s ‘digital ambassador’.”

“Advertising themselves as a sailor by day, Drag Queen by night, Kelley says they are proud to serve, proud to slay.”

“I’m certain Xi Jinping is shaking in his heels – sorry, boots.”

Macpherson states:

“With the loss of Christianity, we lost the doctrine of original sin… Instead of preparing for the inevitability of conflict, we embraced the illusion of brotherhood of man and the perfectibility of mankind.”



Originally published at The James Macpherson Report and Sky News. Photo: Screenshot via Sky News.

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