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LGBT activists encourage children to throw bricks at effigies of Republicans and Supreme Court justices at Seattle Pride parade
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LGBT activists encourage children to throw bricks at effigies of Republicans and Supreme Court justices at Seattle Pride parade

Children were not just exposed to naked adults at the Seattle Pride parade over the weekend, but to invitations to attack effigies of Republicans and conservative Supreme Court justices as well.

A viral video taken by Human Events writer Katie Daviscourt shows a carnival-style booth at the parade where a bearded woman named Bailey — the transvestic director of the LGBT activist group Beyond These Walls, which has a convicted pedophile on its advisory committee — can be seen inviting a young boy to hurl bricks at a collage captioned "basket of deplorables."

This caption is a throwback to failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's dehumanizing remarks in 2016 about Republican voters.

Republican Sens. Ted Cruz (Texas) and Mitch McConnell (Ky.), former President Donald Trump, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), and Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett were among the conservatives whom the LGBT activist outfit targeted for simulated violence.

Although the child lacked the brick-throwing expertise of the leftists who'd previously terrorized Seattle's streets, Bailey nevertheless cheered him on for trying.

Cruz responded to the video on Twitter, noting, "Sadly, the radical left routinely engages in excitement to violence. But trying to teach it to young kids, that's a new low for them."

Criminal defense attorney and Townhall columnist Marina Medvin likened the booth to "Palestinian terrorist training camps for kids."

The Twitter account Libs of TikTok wrote, "The party of love, tolerance, and acceptance is encouraging kids to be violent towards people with opposing views."

Upon seeing the video, conservative commentator Jesse Kelly made reference to totalitarian communist dictator Mao Zedong's sense that "political power grows out of the barrel of a gun," adding, "Violence isn't something communists do. It's who they are. It's woven into their religion. It's why 'post this address' something you see them say so often. Anti-humans."

Mathematician and author James Lindsay pre-empted Kelly's evaluation, stating, "Mao taught children to hate class enemies and all enemies of the socialist state."

"This is disgusting," wrote the Twitter account Gays Against Groomers. "Raising good little Marxists."

Beyond These Walls, a transvestite-led 501(c)3 organization, has staged this brick-throwing booth at previous activist events to raise money to support LGBT convicts.

Child rapist Kirk Haugen appears to be on the group's advisory committee. According to court documents, Haugen was convicted of 28 sexually violent offenses against children whose ages ranged from seven to fourteen years old. On numerous occasions, the Beyond the Walls adviser is said to have threatened to kill his rape victims.

Also on the advisory committee are a couple of murderers and a self-declared gay witch.

In addition to supporting LGBT convicts in prison as well as with their re-entry into society, the group advocates for the abolition of the very facilities presently protecting Americans from its murderous advisers.

Fox News Digital indicated that the group has not responded to requests for comments.

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