Feds Spend $20,000 on Musical About Illegal Immigrant Lesbian Who is in Love With an ICE Agent
The National Endowment of the Arts is spending $20,000 for a musical entitled “WALLS!”. The musical is about an illegal alien lesbian who is struggling with mental issues and is in love with a female ICE agent.
The National Endowment for the Arts is spending $20,000 for a musical about a lesbian illegal immigrant who is in love with an ICE agent.
The San Francisco Mime Troupe, a self-described socialist theater group, received the funding in the first round of grants awarded under the Trump administration. Jane Chu is the current chairman of the NEA, who was appointed by former president Barack Obama in 2014.
The lead character is Zaniyah, a criminal illegal alien and lesbian struggling with mental health issues.
“Zaniyah is a criminal, an illegal, a ‘bad hombre,'” the theater group said. “What part of herself will this American give up to pass as ‘American?’ Will she? Can she? Should she? Can someone leave part of themselves behind without losing their mind? And is it better or worse that she crossed the border to find Agent L. Mary Jones – the woman she loves?”
A trailer for the play features actors yelling “Fox News!” and discussing how immigration is an “issue” in the current “political climate.”
Read the full report by the Free Beacon here.