Saturday in New York City, a gender ideology activist was promptly removed after attempting to disrupt a Turning Point USA event.
The activist in question loudly shouted “trans lives matter” as a performer began singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the start of Turning Point’s Blexit event.
A trans activist gets removed by security after interrupting the National Anthem at the @TPUSA BLEXIT event in NYC.
“Trans lives matter.”
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) June 17, 2023
Some Twitter users noticed that the pro-transgender activist was removed from the venue in a manner resembling the removal of an angry infant from a kindergarten playground.
Just walked out with him like a basket of laundry 😂
— MO Y (@momoyahroe) June 17, 2023
Way to show us how it's done!
— Make crime illegal again! Let's go Brandon. (@Glenn99352879) June 18, 2023
Turning Point’s creator, Charlie Kirk, uploaded a video of the heckler being removed from the venue’s first floor.
Security removed some trans activists during the middle of the National Anthem at our BLEXIT/TPUSA Liberation Tour in NYC. Maybe they were mad their flag wasn’t flying next to the Stars and Stripes? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/6P9g2LSum5
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) June 17, 2023
Applause for the anthem appeared to muffle out the dissident protester’s shouts.
The heckler remains unidentified.
According to Kirk, a liberal cancel campaign had previously pressured one New York City venue to cancel the planned TPUSA Blexit event.
A bunch of white liberal New Yorkers just cancelled a BLEXIT/TPUSA venue for an event featuring Brandon Tatum, Candace Owens, Anthony, Davis, and Yoenmi Park—3 black Americans and 1 North Korean defector—with less than three days notice.
Our event will go on AS…
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) June 16, 2023
On Long Island, TPUSA scheduled the event at the Triplex.
WE WILL NOT BE SILENCED. See you Saturday, New York! pic.twitter.com/1RNfJ93Fyg
— BLEXIT (@BLEXIT) June 16, 2023
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