November 4, 2022

There have been a lot of television shows that featured an actor dressed in drag. It was never a big deal until conservatives launched their culture wars. For the second time, a donut shop in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was the target of a hateful attack after hosting a drag queen event.

Via the Huffington Post:

The Donut Hole had its front door shattered and suffered minor fire damage after an unidentified person wearing a mask, black clothing, and a red hat was seen on video throwing a Molotov cocktail into the business at around 2:30 a.m. Monday.

Ironically, he threw the Molotov cocktail like a girl.

Via News on 6:

Investigators said the person first puts a letter with anti-LGBTQ rhetoric on the door of a neighboring business, then uses a bat to smash through the glass door. Once it was broken, the person is seen throwing the explosive device inside.

"It's got a chemical of some kind in it that's meant to spread fire quickly and cause a great potential of damage," said Lt. Tim Ingram, Tulsa Fire Department.

According to authorities, the suspect's note contained Bible verses and "hateful rhetoric." What a great plan to make someone turn to God -- firebomb their business.

The Donut Hole wrote on their Facebook page: "Our hearts are broken that someone could even be this hateful to our friends who attended the show to do something like this."

Do conservatives stand for anything besides hate and violence these days?

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