American Family Association (AFA) radio host Kevin McCullough told listeners that Russian President Vladimir Putin's decision to invade Crimea was influenced by a drag show fundraiser on a U.S. military base in Okinawa, Japan.

Organizers hoped to sell 75 tickets but wound up selling 400, making for a successful event.

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McCullough said that Putin felt he can “get away” with invading Crimea “because of what he has seen disintegrate culturally right in front of everybody's eyes in the U.S.,” not to mention the “sissification of our military.”

“Putin looks at the U.S. and we're having drag shows on our bases,” McCullough told listeners. “Do developments like this have anything to do with making our military leaders look less impressive in the eyes of the world? For instance, does Mr. Putin sit there and go, 'Yeah, I'm not going to do anything Obama says because number one, he can't keep his word, and number two, your military is now having drag shows on its bases.'” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)