‘Christ is Nowhere’: RuPaul’s Drag Race Contestant Says ‘F**k Traditional Family, Reinvent It’

RuPaul’s Drag Race star contestant Miz Cracker has put out a hit on traditional family values this Christmas, calling on people to “kick” them down.

Cracker, whose real name is Maxwell Elias Heller, appears in a new drag show called Who’s Holiday!, which depicts Dr. Seuss character Cindy Lou Who as a “hard-drinking, pill-popping, very experienced woman” that hates Christmas and family.

The show airs just how radical drag queens actually feel about “traditional values or values of any kind.”

“To say that Christmas is about traditional values or values of any kind anymore is pretty ridiculous,” Cracker said during an interview with PinkNews. “Christ is nowhere featured in this. In America, if you look at the way people knock down the doors of shopping centers, I think you can tell that we have separated Christmas from Christ.”

It’s true that the people acting like that have already removed Christ from Christmas in their hearts. However, for the rest of us, Christmas is a sacred holiday in which we celebrate the birth of our savior. Just because drag queens and the left don’t believe in Jesus does not change the holiday’s meaning.

“I think any opportunity that we have to kick down traditional family values is welcomed,” Cracker continued. “The way of thinking about family is old and tired and we need to reinvent it.”

He added, “I think that Who’s Holiday! does that. It makes fun of family and I think it talks about chosen family and talks about the friends that really matter and what it means to have them in your life. So yeah, fuck family.”

Wow. Classy guy.

Breitbart reports:

Cracker went on to tell the gay-centric website that he is really “worried” about the U.S.A. with the possible comeback of Donald Trump as well as the raft of legislation that would prevent transgender athletes from erasing women’s achievements in sports.

“I think [it] would be terrifying. Not just because he would be president, which is one thing, but because it would show that there is support for hatred and phobia in our country,” he said.

Cracker also insisted that the time to apply “logic” to the issues is over. Now it is time for radical confrontation, not discussion.

“What matters is not figuring out why it happened, but making sure that it gets crushed… because we’re talking about the lives of trans youth being crushed or not acknowledged by some of this legislation,” the performer said.

“We’re talking about, on the smallest level and on the national level, real persecution. So it doesn’t matter where it came from, it just has to be stopped,” he said, adding, “We can make it irrelevant that he’s running if we show up and vote. We have in the past, I know we can do it again.”

Cracker being “worried” about “real persecution” is hilariously ironic considering he JUST called for kicking down traditional families.

You cannot be both the oppressor and the oppressed.


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