Onlookers filmed an unidentified woman tearing down explicit and LGBT-themed advertisements on a New York City subway train. The woman warned the general public against “propaganda” as she ripped down the ads. Several passengers praised her and thanked her.
“All of this is gross,” the woman said, tearing a corner off of one ad. “For our kids to be looking at this? Is that okay? This is propaganda. It’s affecting the next generation. I don’t know why, like, no one sees this. This is disgusting.”
A man and another woman, filming, agreed with her. “This is all bad,” said the man. “It’s wrong,” said the other woman, adding that the ads were “normalizing” inappropriate materials for children. The man added that the ads were an example of “desensitization.” “There’s porn on the subway,” he said.
The woman who had begun by tearing down only part of one ad then ranged through the subway car, tearing down numerous other ads. “Nicely done,” said the other woman. The man, meanwhile, helped tear down ads.
Continuing to remove the posters, the woman warned that there are forces who want to “divide and conquer us.” “You think you can just take the vaccine and this will go away?” she asked. “This is never gonna go away until we the people say we don’t want this anymore.”
“Thank you!” a woman replied.
“Watch and learn,” said the woman filming, addressing fellow passengers. “That’s what bravery looks like. Say no to propaganda!”
“This is not about equality, guys,” said the first woman. “This is about communism.” “They’re coming for your children, folks,” the man said.