Resurfaced Video Shows Left-Wing House Candidate Stripping And Twerking To Disney Song
In an interesting historical discovery, a video has surfaced of a Democratic New York congressional candidate that shows her stripping to a Disney song while twerking at a nightclub in December 2019.
Ex-Army officer Brittany Ramos DeBarros, a Democratic socialist running to replace Republican New York Rep. Nicole Malliotakis, stripped out her camouflage uniform then danced in red lingerie at Starr Bar in Flatbush, New York. At the time, the now-candidate took the stage name “Captain Unbecoming.”
After twerking on stage along with two other women, DeBarros fully uncovered the top half of her body to the Disney song “Let It Go.”
“I was a captain in the army. I was deployed to Afghanistan,” she told the audience adding, “I was like, this is bullish*t.” She said “all of the dancers are post-9/11 military veterans” to protest on behalf of “anti-war, anti-imperialist and anti-racist” activism.
The video was posted to her Instagram with the hashtag #dropbootiesnotbombs. She described the “liberating” feeling of taking the army uniform off on stage.
The Instagram post has since been removed.
DeBarros was deployed to Afghanistan in 2012 and has since has been vocal about her criticism of the war, claiming that she was almost court-martialed for publicly sharing her opinions.
“In Staten Island where you have a disproportionate number of police, corrections officers, and other law enforcement personnel who have served in the armed forces, this burlesque making fun of the armed forces will not go over well,” he said. “In the era when Democrats are seen as disorderly and out of control, all this does is make it more difficult to elect Democrats.”
FEC records show that the candidate has raised over $350,000 since January from mostly out-of-state donors. DeBarros received backlash for trying to raise money after Hurricane Ida, which killed at least 13 New Yorkers.
She is running against former Democratic Rep. Max Rose, who also served in the military, in the upcoming Democratic primary.