Nancy Pelosi’s Star Turn on a Drag Show Prompts a Religious Sermon

Have you ever had the impulse to kiss Nancy Pelosi while she is performing in a drag show? She is the Speaker of the House.

Even if she isn't actually dressed in drag, she is still a man who is dressing up as a woman.

According to The Hill, the legislative lady is getting ready to put on a performance for the big audiences.

Pelosi has been confirmed to make an appearance on RuPaul's Drag Race All-Stars, as was reported by Paramount+. On May 20th, the online streaming network will begin airing the new season of drag competitions.

Pelosi is not the first person to hold the Ru-deo name. The 2018 show was one of the events she attended.

She felt a sense of "pride" in being a participant in the program.

Self-love was once considered a serious moral failing.

If you think that a confident and self-assured Nancy Pelosi would be an excellent leader, then you should grab your remotes and get ready to vote for her.

You can still demonstrate your support for Nancy even if it is unknown whether or not she will walk the catwalk.

No matter what she chooses in the end, she will be working in the entertainment industry in Hollywood.

There were other famous people serving as guest judges in addition to Pelosi. Additionally present were Ben Platt and the fashion designer Betsey Johns. Tove Lo, Cameron Diaz, and Nikki Glaser, to name just a few others, were among the attendees.

In a trailer used for promoting the second season, The Speaker can be seen asking, "Can I get an amen?"

Because of Nancy's close relationship with RuPaul and his team, Capitol is able to stage a drag event.

This is not a remote possibility at all. Pageantry in politics has reached a new pinnacle of sophistication.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter that took place four years ago, Pelosi emphasized the lessons that politicians might learn from observing drag queens.


It sounds just fantastic. After more than two decades of being locked down and required to get immunizations, politicians could finally be able to get a handle on their weight.

Our expectation is that the 82-year-old will take in the information like a sponge does water. When she gets back to Washington, she will be able to pass on the information that she has learned.

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Public Integrity Forum.

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