Residents Protesting Drag Show In NC SHOOT AT 2 Substations, Leaving 40K Homes Without Power!

Media Take Out Staff |

Forty thousand people in North Carolina are without power on this cold morning, all because a group of protesters were upset that a local club was hosting a drag show, featuring transgender dancers, Media Take Out has confirmed.

According to local reports, residents protesting a drag show in North Carolina shot up two substations, leaving 40,000 homes without power over the weekend.

Duke Energy told the police that the blackouts were caused by “gunfire that damaged an electrical substation” on Saturday. News reporters visited the substation and confirmed that bullet holes were found – which caused damage to transformers.

The drag show scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Sunrise Theater in Southern Pines, North Carolina. The show was canceled after the power went out.

So what happened? Well it all started on Facebook, when Media Take Out confirmed that rumors spread that the drag show was going on – and children were invited. But those rumors were false. According to the show’s flyers, no one under 18 was allowed inside.

Moore County Sheriff Ronnie Fields said he found no evidence that the drag show was the motive behind the substation vandalism. But many folks on social media are taking credit for the vandalism.

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