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WATCH: Video Appears to Show Drag Child Demonstrating How to Snort Ketamine

Internet users believe the child is being abused.

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A video circulating online appears to show a child dressed in drag, sitting with an adult dressed in drag, and demonstrating how to snort ketamine.

“Anyone can do drugs,” famed transgender youth Desmond the Amazing said. “Everyone can do drugs. Your mom can do drugs.”

The video appears to be a question and answer session with viewers of a live stream.

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“What his this world come to?” Desmond said later in the video. “It’s come to a world where drag kids actually exist.”

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“And people do ketamine on a couch,” the adult added.

The child then raised its hand to its nose and made a snorting sound, just before the clip ends.

Ketamine is a strong anesthetic drug which was commonly known as a horse tranquilizer, but is now used in human anesthesia.

In this context however, it is being referenced as an illegal recreational drug.

A shortened version of the video caused an uproar on social media.

“This child needs to be removed from his parents. He is an abuse victim. This is horrific,” conservative commentator Matt Walsh said on Twitter.

Walsh’s post sparked over 600 comments, mostly calling for the child to be removed from the household.

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Supreme Court Overturns NY Cuomo’s Coronavirus Restrictions on Houses of Worship

Religious freedom restored.

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The US Supreme Court has overturned New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s coronavirus restrictions on houses of worship, preventing the state from enforcing limits on attendance at religious services.

The decision was reached by a 5-4 ruling on Wednesday night, with recently-confirmed Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett proving to be a decisive vote on overruling the restrictions. Bush administration appointee John Roberts joined progressive judges in voting to allow Cuomo to restrict attendance at religious services.

The ruling justices issued a majority opinion which identified the religious restrictions as a violation of the First Amendment not otherwise applied to “essential” businesses.

Cuomo’s 10 and 25-person occupancy restrictions were decided to “single out houses of worship for especially harsh treatment,” with justices pointing to a lack of restrictions on other institutions. Catholics of the Diocese of Brooklyn and Orthodox Jews had united in a lawsuit challenging the restrictions, which New York has recently sought to walk back of its own accord. Andrew Cuomo had applied no such restrictions to arbitrary businesses allowed to open, such as acupuncture and nail salons. Meanwhile, religious organizations have been required to turn away worshipers at their doors.

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It’s not up to governors to dictate to American citizens whether or not they can attend religious services. Some things are simply best determined by personal conscience, as opposed to governmental mandates.

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