Queer Party is dancing at Mike Pence' House đź’–

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Der Typ in dem zweiten Video ist Firas Nasr (Bild oben), der den Dance-Protest vor Mike Pence (Vizepräsi von Trump, homophob bis zum Anschlag) organisierte. Hero.

Von Mic: „The work that we do is about taking our bodies out of the private into the public, using the street as our dance floor to claim space, occupy space to assert we are here and we will dance“. And they did.

Over 700 people have confirmed their attendence to the Queer Dance Party at Mike Pence's House, a protest action organized by WERK for Peace and DisruptJ20, designed to send a message to "Daddy Pence" that "homo/transphobia is not tolerated in our country," according to the event's Facebook page.

"We've got loud music, awesome [biodegradable] glitter, rainbow suspenders, glow sticks and other rainbow paraphernalia," Firas Nasr, founder and organizer of Werk for Peace, said in a phone interview. They plan to take the party right to Pence's doorstep and "make sure he knows we're queer and we are here."

Needless to say: Anti-Trump organizers are buried under a flood of death threats.

Multiple organizers told Mic on Wednesday that threats are quickly becoming a rite of passage for those organizing protests against the inauguration of Donald Trump as president. […]

The harassment takes the lead from conservative news outlets like Fox News and Breitbart, who've spent the past week portraying the protestors as paid domestic terrorists bent on causing violence on Inauguration Day. The DisruptJ20 team has fended off numerous infiltrators — right-wing provocateurs trying to budge into meetings and private conversations to record and expose their organizing.

These infiltrators, largely under the auspices of right-wing provocateur James O'Keefe, are the ones who initially doxed some members of DisruptJ20 and published their information in online videos.