Entertainment

Statue of Liberty Is ‘300-Foot Drag Queen,’ Claims HBO Documentary

Many on the Left appear to have no problem disrespecting our nation's culture for their own progressive agenda and purposes

Many people on the Left are on a mission to turn this nation into a freak show, in my honest opinion — complete with “Drag Queen Story Hour,” gender-neutral bathrooms, 87 genders, and pronouns for everybody.

Remember gay marriage?

Supposedly people only wanted “gay marriage” so that partners could hold hands in public and fill out joint tax returns.

Now everyone needs to bake their cake, celebrate their lifestyle, and turn churches over to the LGBTQ movement.

Related: Don’t Miss This Parental Alert About Sexuality in Schools and Elsewhere

The same thing is happening with transgender people and drag queens.

Remember how this all started?

All they wanted was to use a bathroom without shame.

Now our children are being subjected to this strange sexualization — and we’re inundated with transgenderism on TV, in movies, in schools, and at church.

If all of this sounds too harsh, the icing on the cake is that Lady Liberty is now a “300-foot-tall” drag queen.

That’s right. An HBO documentary called “Liberty: Mother of Exiles” focuses on the famed Statue of Liberty.

However, instead of celebrating her history, HBO is rewriting it — claiming a historic statue is actually a man wearing a dress.

The Left appears to have no problem disrespecting our nation’s culture for their own ends.

Check out this excerpt from a piece at Pride.com below with claims about this story, which The New York Post also reported:

Long referred to as “Lady Liberty,” the torch-wielding statue that once greeted immigrants as they made their way to New York City may hold an unexpected secret. She may have actually been based on a man.

HBO’s new documentary, “Liberty: Mother of Exiles,” explores the history of one of the most famous statues in the world. And while the history of the Statue of Liberty has always been part fact, part rumors, co-director Randy Barbato shared with Salon one of his favorite theories — that she was based on sculptor Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi’s brother.

The theory first came about back in 2016, established by writer Elizabeth Mitchell. She was exploring the commonly held idea that Bartholdi based the Statue of Liberty on his mother when she realized family photos told a different story.

“As I was looking at it more carefully, the structure of the face isn’t really the same. [His mother] has a more arched eyebrow, has a thinner nose, has thinner lips, even in her youth,” she said. “And he was a bust-maker … and was known for his accuracy.”

“Going through photos he had in his files of his brother, I started to look at the face more carefully, and it really did look to be like Liberty. His brother in his adult years had actually gone mad, and it was Bartholdi’s task to go once a week to visit, sometimes [spending] hours just staring at his brother, who was not speaking.”

The possibility that one of the most iconic monuments of the United States is essentially a giant drag queen is seriously gay rights. [Pride.com]

You can watch the trailer here:

A version of this piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com; this article is used by permission.

Read more at WayneDupree.com:
Netflix Tanking Amid Blowback for ‘Satanic Programing’ and Partnership with Obamas
Cummings ‘Corrupt’ Widow Is Running for Her Husband’s Congressional Seat
Target’s $15 Dollar Minimum Wage Hike Has Left Workers Poor and Unable to Pay Bills

The opinions expressed by contributors and/or content partners are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of LifeZette.

meet the author

Wayne Dupree is owner and founder of WayneDupree.com. He was named to 2017 Newsmax’s 50 Most Influential African-American Republicans. He served in the USAF from 1987-1995; he saw time in Operation Desert Storm/Shield. The father of three, he's the host of "The Wayne Dupree Show."

Join the Discussion

COMMENTS POLICY: We have no tolerance for messages of violence, racism, vulgarity, obscenity or other such discourteous behavior. Thank you for contributing to a respectful and useful online dialogue.