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Bill prohibiting DOD from supporting drag acts introduced by Senator Tom Cotton and his colleagues



Little Rock, Arkansas – Sen. Tom Cotton has introduced a bill that will directly impact the Department of Defense and drag shows. Sens. Steve Daines (R-Montana), Kevin Cramer (R-North Dakota), Ted Budd (R-North Carolina), and Marco Rubio (R-Florida) are all cosponsors.

The law will forbid the DOD from using public resources, including buildings, to organize drag shows.

Sen. Cotton said “If military officials want to know why we’re facing a recruiting and retention crisis in our armed forces, they need only look to ‘Drag Story Time.’ Young Americans join the military to become warriors and defend America, not to become social justice warriors. There is no reason taxpayers should be funding this.”

Sen. Daines said “Our military’s mission is clear: to provide the military forces needed to deter and win wars and to protect the security of our country and our allies. Allowing the DOD to become a branch of far-Left helping to promote their radical gender ideology by hosting and promoting drag queen performances is a threat to our national security and gross misuse of taxpayer funds. This must be stopped immediately.”

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