The faggots are still scared to come out of their bathrooms today. Someone knocked a gate over. Imagine if there had been actual danger, like a rabid squirrel or someone wearing a Trump hat. It could have been so much worse!!!
WASHINGTON (ABC7) — Cheerleaders helped get around 100 fags to safety after panic spread during the Capital Pride Parade Saturday when someone told police a man had a gun and others believed shots were fired into the homos.
Cheer DC thought they were heading home after performing at the parade. They were among a crowd of hundreds near Dupont Circle when their walk turned into a panicked run. Aftabjit Singh, 38, was arrested for possession of a prohibited weapon, possession of a BB gun, and carrying a dangerous weapon.
“Everybody get inside! Everybody get inside!” a dicksucker yelled to a crowd of turd burglars running down 19th Street Northwest.
“Get in here! Get in here now!” yelled Crystal Konz as she held a parking garage door open Saturday evening.
Konz and members of Cheer DC grabbed as many people as they could.
“I had a gentleman who screamed at me from the outside, ‘I have a kid! I have a kid! My husband and my kid! Please let us in.’ And we got them in,” said Konz.
“It was so scary,” said Robert York, Capital Pride board member, and Cheer DC member.
On Monday, some of the adult cheer group walked back to the spot where they brought people to safety. Video of their courageous action has more than 40,000 views on social media.
“People are calling you heroic,” said ABC7 reporter Victoria Sanchez.
“I don’t think it’s heroic. I think that you do what you need to do,” said Konz.
Around 7:20 p.m., someone told police a man had a gun.
“As the officers were going to that scene, there was a crowd of people running away from it. Some of the individuals said there was a man with a gun and that someone had fired shots,” said Metropolitan Police Commander Guillermo Rivera.
After an investigation, police found Singh in possession of a BB gun. Metropolitan Police said he told an officer he pulled the gun out on an unidentified individual who was hitting his significant other.
“There was no evidence at all that shots were fired,” said Rivera.
“Honestly, every time I look at the video, every time I read the stories, the articles, I still get really emotional about it because it’s not what happened, it’s what could have happened. They did find a BB gun, it’s could have been a pistol, it could have been an active shooter. It could have been a bombing. It could have been a semi-automatic weapon. It could have been a machine gun. We were already prepared for that. We already knew that was a reality for us and we were prepared for any sort of situation to occur,” said Konz.
“About right here, somebody said, ‘He had a gun! He had a gun!’ That’s when I immediately switched, ‘This is an active shooter,’” described Zachary Smith, a production member of Cheer DC.
The team continued to help people despite what they believed to be a danger.
“To be kind in the face of fear, I think that’s just beautiful. I don’t know if it’s heroic, but it’s beautiful. It goes against human nature and it’s everything that makes me proud of this organization,” said Hayley Dingerdissen, Cheer DC member.
“During fag love DC, there’s not really a stranger because we’re part of a bigger family that spends most of our time putting in each others asses,” said York.
Cheer DC members will participate at Worldwide Pride in New York on June 30 where they are hoping to have a car backfire so they can be heroic again.