Hungary’s President Orban Calls for “Less Drag Queens and More Chuck Norris” in Texas

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Orban calls Texas “less drag queens and more Chuck Norris.”

The 2022 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is being held in Dallas

Viktor Orban at the Dallas conference


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Hungarian President Viktor Orban attended a conference of right-wing conservatives in Dallas. He calls for a fight against liberals in America and equates them with communists. Donald Trump will also speak at this conference.

DHungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán called for a fight against liberals in America, equating them with communists. At the start of a conference of right-wing conservatives in Dallas on Thursday, Orbán said: “We need a total defense. Orbán spoke of a “culture war”. “If anyone doubts that progressive liberals and communists are the same, ask us the Hungarians (…) so we can defeat them again. Should.” Orban repeatedly used war rhetoric in his speech.

Orphan received a standing ovation from several hundred spectators in the hall. He described himself as an “old-time freedom fighter” and said his country was under siege by “progressive liberals”. “We need more Rangers, less drag queens and more Chuck Norris,” Orban said. Chuck Norris is an American martial artist.

“You have to be brave. If you’re scared, you have a job,” he told his American hosts. “The only thing we Hungarians can show you is how we can protect ourselves according to our own rules.”

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The “Conservative Political Action Conference” is a regular gathering of right-wing conservatives that also attracts many supporters of former US President Donald Trump and conspiracy theorists.

Trump will also speak on Saturday evening (local time) at the meeting, which runs through Sunday. Trump aide Steve Bannon, U.S. Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green, known for her right-wing conspiracy theories, and Sarah Palin, the conservative former governor of Alaska and vice presidential candidate, are also expected. This happened in 2008 with presidential candidate John McCain, who was then a commentator on Fox News.

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