WATCH: Antifa Drag Queen Clan Harass And Threaten Conservative Reporter

WASHINGTON – Amid chants to end fascism and white supremacy supposedly perpetrated by President Trump and his supporters, a dozen drag queen Antifa protesters threatened a conservative journalist, forcing the female reporter to seek assistance from law enforcement.

Wearing long dresses and white face paint, the “social justice warrior” thugs began violently clacking fans in Illoominate Media reporter Alicia Powe’s face as she conducted interviews with attendees of the rally.

The group of white males surrounded Powe, claiming she’s a white supremacist.

Black-clad, helmeted members of Antifa warned each other not to talk to the “far-right wing journalist” after noticing her camera woman was wearing an American flag scarf.

Powe immediately walked to police for assistance.

“Could you tell them to stop following me, for doing my job?” she asked an officer.

While the mob of Antifa members angrily trailed her, the nearby officers declined to fend Antifa away.

“It’s freedom of speech. It goes both ways, but I’m not allowed to do it,” the officer said, as the crowd of angry protestors ambushed her rattling fans.

Antifa hosted the rally, #AllOutDC, to counter-protest the “Demand Free Speech Rally” organized by leading conservatives, which featured investigative journalist Laura Loomer, conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopolous and Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes.

The cross-dressing Antifa protestors are also members of the organization Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, a group of men who dress up as nuns for the purpose of mocking the Catholic Church.

“We believe all people have a right to express their unique joy and beauty,” the group claims on their website. “We use humor and irreverent wit to expose the forces of bigotry, complacency and guilt that chain the human spirit.”

Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence has also presided at Drag Queen Story Time, in which drag queens reading pro-gay and pro-transgender books to small children in libraries across the country.   

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