LANSING, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel spoke at a civil rights conference in Lansing on Wednesday, addressing what she called “fake issues” that are dividing people. She said, “Drag queens are entertainment. A drag queen for every school.”

 

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As the story took off on Twitter, Nessel backtracked the original comments, saying there were “in jest.” When Michigan GOP gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon responded to Nessel’s drag queen comments, the attorney general fired back.

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Dixon didn’t take long to push back, asking Michigan’s top law enforcement officer to join her in criminalizing the involvement of “children in sexualized drag shows.”

 

Dixon added, “When I am governor, schools will answer to local parents, not progressive activists, drag queens, and trans-supremacists. The days of radical activist politicians sexualizing our kids are over.”