Please verify

Blaze Media
Watch LIVE

Transvestite flashes fake breasts below White House's prominently flown Pride flag after taking photo with Bidens

Image composite, source: Twitter video, @CollinRugg - Screenshots

Ahead of the 2020 election, then-candidate Joe Biden claimed, "We need to restore honor and decency to the White House."

The Biden White House exhibited the results of its proposed restoration effort nearly three years later at its "all-American picnic."

Among the hundreds of activists who gathered on the South Lawn Saturday to celebrate their various sexual proclivities and manufactured identities — as part of so-called "Pride Month" — was Rose Montoya, the 27-year-old tranvestic actor who accused the TSA of being transphobic in 2021 for allegedly noticing something amiss about his anatomy on their scanners.

Montoya met President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden during the White House's Pride festivities, telling the former, "It is an honor. Trans rights are human rights."

Montoya proceeded to flash his fake breasts at the executive mansion in concert with a pair of bearded women who similarly showcased their mutilated chests, reported the New York Post.

An onlooker can be heard in the video of the incident posted to Montoya's Instagram, "Are we topless at the White House?"

Montoya's Instagram video juxtaposes footage of his nudity with elements of Biden's speech, specifically when the president suggested that those in attendance were "some of the bravest and most inspiring people I've ever known."

"I had the honor of attending White House Pride, the largest one in history where the pride flag flew for the first time. This is trans joy. We’re here at the white house unapologetically trans, queer, and brown," Montoya wrote on Instagram.

Critics online condemned the vulgar display, with some stressing that the nation had become unrecognizable.

Collin Rugg of Trending Politics wrote, "The country you once knew is gone."

Libs of TikTok suggested it was a "disgrace to our country."

Conservative radio show host Dana Loesch tweeted, "No, this isn’t another hookers-n-blow photo from Hunter’s laptop, it was the Pride party on the White House lawn two days ago hosted by Joe. They also didn’t hang the American flag right according to code."

According to 4 U.S. Code 7, " The flag of the United States of America should be at the center and at the highest point of the group when a number of flags of States or localities or pennants of societies are grouped and displayed from staffs."

Loesch added, "Apparently it's ok to go topless if you had a medically unnecessary breast removal surgery or if you're a man with implants."

National Review contributor Pradheep Shanker quipped, "The adults are back in charge," adding, "This is a GOP campaign ad for the Fall of 2024. If you think this is going to play well in Georgia, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa, you are delusional."

Shanker followed up, asking, "Is this a political norm that we should be upset the President has violated? Or is 'defending political norms' only when a Republican is president?"

BlazeTV's Pat Gray tweeted, "I no longer recognize this country."

Following the backlash, Montoya posted a video captioned, "Free the nipple," suggesting that his nudity was being weaponized to "call the community groomers."

Montoya noted that it is not illegal in Washington, D.C., to go topless and suggested that denunciations of his nudity on the South Lawn amounted to affirmations of his gender dysphoria.

D.C.'s obscenity law states, "The term 'nudity' includes the showing of the human male or female genitals, pubic area or buttocks with less than a full opaque covering, or the showing of the female breast with less than a full opaque covering of any portion thereof below the top of the nipple, or the depiction of covered male genitals in a discernibly turgid state."

While Montoya's fake breasts technically do not run afoul of this law, it appears the topless bearded women in his company may have, notwithstanding their mutilations.

"I had zero intention of trying to be vulgar or being profane in any way. I was simply living in joy, living my truth, and existing in my body," said Montoya.

Like Blaze News? Bypass the censors, sign up for our newsletters, and get stories like this direct to your inbox. Sign up here!

Most recent

Tragic: Plane crash kills North Dakota state lawmaker, along with his wife and two children

All Articles