MO Radio Station To Honor Mike Pence’s Visit With Another 'Big Gay Dance Party'

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A Missouri radio station will host "The Mike Pence Sausage Fest" during Vice President Pence's visit.

Vice President Mike Pence is in for a treat when he arrives in Kansas City, Missouri this week: LGBTQ advocates are planning a massive gay dance party in protest.

The alternative rock station KRBZ tweeted Monday that it would throw “The Mike Pence Sausage Fest” across the street from where the vice president is expected to deliver remarks on Wednesday.

“Mike Pence is coming to Kansas City this Wednesday,” the station tweeted.

“Pence is no fan of the LGBTQ+ community, and we’re no fan of his. So we’re throwing The Mike Pence Sausage Fest across the street at Barney Allis Plaza starting at 11a. Stop by and get a free hot dog while we have them!” the tweet continued.

Pence will be in town to promote the president’s tax plan and fundraise for Rep. Kevin Yoder (R-Kan.), with a planned speech at the Wheeler Downtown Airport.

This will not be the first time Pence was met by LGBTQ advocates since he joined the Trump administration:

In June, LGBTQ activists took to the streets with a similar event outside Pence’s hotel in Columbus, Ohio, to protest the vice president's visit to that city with a "Big Gay Dance Party.”

Hundreds of protesters and LGBTQ activists also gathered outside Pence’s Washington, D.C., home in January 2017 to protest the then-vice president-elect with a dance party.

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