SHOCKING: Trans TikTok influencer goes topless in front of families during Biden’s White House Pride celebration

After meeting the president, Montoya went topless, grabbed his feminized breasts, and shook them around.

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY

Trans model and TikToker Rose Montoya celebrated Pride at the White House last week, posing in photos with Joe Biden and former "trans kid" Jazz Jennings, as well as going topless alongside a topless woman who has undergone a double mastectomy and clearly identifies as a man.

Pride at the White House, of course, is a family friendly affair, and kids and families were present during the festivities.

Montoya was part of the Pride crowd on the White House lawn, listening to speeches and sharing affirming selfies, but at the end of Biden's speech, Montoya walked to the edge of the stage draped in a trans flag.

The video begins with Montoya being welcomed to the White House before prancing off to join the festivities.

Biden is seen on stage, declaring it to be "happy Pride month, happy Pride year, happy Pride life!"

At Saturday's Pride celebration, Biden draped the White House in a Progress Pride flag, flanked by American flags which looked substantially diminutive in comparison, something of an afterthought compared to the bizarrely patterned flag denoting sexual depravity and gender identity indoctrination.

The video shows Biden and wife Jill practically braying at the crowd about how loved they are and how much the belong at the White House. Montoya met Biden, posing for a selfie, saying "trans rights are human rights." This phrase is used as a means to push men into women sports, into women's bathrooms, and into women's identity.

For Montoya, the message of belonging from the Biden's was apparently an invitation to drop his top and flaunt his feminized breasts for the camera.

Montoya then went topless, grabbed his breasts, and shook them around. Next to Montoya stood a trans man in a traditional strong man pose showing off her mastectomy scars. 

"Are we topless at the White House?" Someone joked with mock scandal.

It is hard to imagine any other circumstance where public nudity would be not only condoned but celebrated on the White House lawn.

At the Pride celebration, Biden spoke of the need to "affirm" trans kids, saying that the laws protecting children are dangerous, and that as a result "... families across the country [are] facing excruciating decisions to relocate to a different state to protect their child from dangerous anti-LGBTQ laws."

"We need to push back against the hundreds of callous and cynical bills and laws introduced in states, targeting transgender children terrifying families, and criminalizing doctors and nurses. These bills and laws attack the most basic values and freedoms."

Montoya, like Biden, advocates for sex changes for minors. Montoya posed with Jazz Jennings, who was transitioned as a child on reality television. Jennings was put on puberty blockers, then onto cross-sex hormones, and when it was time for Jennings to undergo a castration, there was not enough penile tissue to construct the resemblance of a vagina.

Because of this course of treatment, Jennings will never experience orgasm or be able to have children. But for Montoya and Biden, that's just what affirmation is all about.

The White House later issued a statement saying that all of those who posed nude in the video would not be invited back.

“This behavior is inappropriate and disrespectful for any event at the White House,” a White House spokesperson reported to The Messenger when asked. “It is not reflective of the event we hosted to celebrate LGBTQI+ families or the other hundreds of guests who were in attendance. Individuals in the video will not be invited to future events.”

This article has been updated with a response from the White House.

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Freaks-of-nature and there's Joe Biden in the middle of it.

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