President Joe Biden’s 2024 reelection effort has been eerily quiet since he officially announced his campaign, critics have said.
No longer hunkering in his basement, Biden has instead hunkered inside the Oval Office instead of hitting the campaign trail.
And the photo released over the weekend of first lady Jill Biden meeting with drag queens is everything voters need to see about how unseriously the White House is taking the upcoming election.
“Manny’s is unapologetically queer and unapologetically political. This photo says it all – San Francisco queens meeting the First Lady of the United States of America in a civic meeting space in the Mission District of my fair city of San Francisco,” the event space, Manny’s, wrote on social media.
The event space is right, the photo really does say it all about Biden’s campaign.
Take a look —
In case you’re wondering what @FLOTUS is up to- she’s traveling the country meeting up with drag queens who perform adult sexual themed shows in front of kids.
The Biden admin supports this. pic.twitter.com/yg8JEZzsvc
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) August 6, 2023
Of course, this isn’t the first time the White House has embraced drag queens, transactivists, and others.
Trans activist Rose Montoya was banned from the White House after flashing their breasts at an event just last month.
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Manny’s is a far-Left political haven in the Democrat-controlled San Francisco.
Their website description is as follows —
Manny’s is a town hall, a village square, the place where anyone can meet and engage with civic leaders, elected officials, artists, activists, changemakers, and each other.
On any given day you can pop in and grab a hot cup of coffee, an ice cold beer, pile on to a comfy couch to watch a presidential debate or the results of an election, or to meet your local elected official, or to engage in a discussion on one of the major topics of the day.
Manny’s is a place of learning, but also a place to roll up your sleeves and do the work. We host fundraisers, weekly trash pickups to beautify the neighborhood, activist fairs, phone banking, and everything in between.
The Horn editorial team