Transgender activist Rose Montoya has been banned from returning to the White House after flashing her silicone breasts at a Pride event on Monday.
Montoya posted a video on TikTok that included clips of President Joe Biden and the First Lady telling transgender children that they belonged and were “loved” during their address to the crowd.
She then interacted with Biden, who botched a selfie when the camera was in video mode.
The segment that followed enraged conservatives, when Montoya and two other people removed their shirts and jiggled their breasts on the South Lawn.
This is what happened at the White House pride event. A disgrace to our country. pic.twitter.com/QmXVIdmOPr
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) June 13, 2023
In a follow-up post, Montoya complained that conservatives were trying to use the video of her flashing her plastic assets at the White House to call out the transgender community as “groomers.”
“I would just like to say that first of all, going topless in Washington, DC is legal,” the trans activist began.
— Steve S. (@stevedoc22) June 13, 2023
“I fully support the movement in freeing the nipple because why is my chest now deemed inappropriate or illegal when I show it off, however before coming out as trans it was not?”
Conservatives went wild on Monday when Montoya’s post went viral.
“Joe Biden claimed he would ‘restore honor and decency to the White House,’” Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz commented to Fox News Digital.
“He’s failing miserably,” he continued. “It used to be appropriate to wear a suit and tie to the White House, but now apparently you don’t even have to wear a shirt.”
“Add this to the list of ways Biden has degraded the prestige and decorum of the office of the President of the United States,” Cruz noted.
“No, this isn’t another hookers-n-blow photo from Hunter’s laptop, it was the Pride party on the White House lawn two days ago hosted by Joe,” tweeted radio host Dana Loesch.
“They also didn’t hang the American flag right according to code.”
“Apparently it’s ok to go topless if you had a medically unnecessary breast removal surgery or if you’re a man with implants,” Loesch wrote in a follow-up post.
Free the nipple. pic.twitter.com/oEua3XYrwC
— Rose Montoya 👑🌹 (@therosemontoya) June 13, 2023
After catching tremendous flack for the busty display, Biden administration officials announced that Montoya was banned from the White House.
“This behavior is inappropriate and disrespectful for any event at the White House,” a spokesperson remarked to Fox News.
“It is not reflective of the event we hosted to celebrate LGBTQI+ families or the other hundreds of guests who were in attendance,” the statement continued. “Individuals in the video will not be invited to future events.”
The individual in question remains unrepentant for leaving little to the imagination, and said that conservatives objections actually were “affirming” to her selected gender.
“All you’re doing is affirming that I am a woman,” Montoya continued.
“All you’re doing is saying that trans women are women because for some reason, people like to sexualize women’s bodies and say that they’re inappropriate.”
Montoya said the stunt happened because she wanted to show off her fake breasts like biological women do with their top scars once they get them removed.
“My transmasculine friends were showing off their top surgery scars and living in joy, and I wanted to join them.”
“And because it is perfectly within the law in Washington, DC, I decided to join them and cover my nipples just to play it safe, because I wanted to be fully free and myself.”
“I had zero intention of trying to be vulgar or be profane in any way,” she concluded. “I was simply living in joy, living in truth, and existing in my body.”
Conservative commentator Charlie Kirk replied to Montoya’s post with a scathing “No you’re not a woman, you’re wearing a surgical costume, dude.”