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Know Your Drag Queen: Sex Offender Allowed Access to Kids

Are there any sane minds out there willing to insist that the virtue-signaling, “woke” progressive mob is not out for our children?

Let’s be more specific.

Are there any sane minds out there willing to insist that exposing young children to the wickedness that is “Drag Queen Storytime” is healthy for the mental, emotional, and/or physical well-being of young children?

Hold that thought.

Have I got a story for you.

To begin with, we need to ask who these men are, who think dressing up in garish-to-grotesque garb and makeup somehow qualifies them to call themselves, “queens”? This isn’t a normal pastime, so what drives them to such an extreme form of self-expression?

It has to be internal.

These guys aren’t painting, sculpting, writing, baking, or making music. They’re purposely becoming the most monstrous caricature of womanhood they can muster, then presenting themselves to the public.

In the case of “Drag Queen Storytime,” which has caught on in libraries across the nation, they’re forcing their twisted summation on impressionable children, with city and library officials facilitating the vile hedonism.

The goal is to make this seem acceptable or normal to younger and younger ages.

They are after our children.

Meanwhile, no one seems to be looking closely at who is under all that makeup and glitter. We already know there has to be some mental or emotional malfunction. They wear it like a badge.

 What else?

Ask the city of Houston, Texas.

A group called Mass Resistance has been protesting against “Drag Queen Storytime,” and attempting to have the events shut down in their area for some time. They, too, want to know the background of the individuals who are dressing up and dropping propaganda into the minds of children, but have gotten no help from city officials.

They took matters into their own hands, did the necessary digging about, and guess what they found?

Yup. A kiddie toucher in drag.

A media spokesperson for the library confirmed one of the program’s drag queens, Tatiana Mala Nina, is Alberto Garza, a 32-year-old child sex offender. In 2008, he was convicted of assaulting an 8-year-old boy.

“Most parents would not allow that individual to sit in this library and be held up as a role model to our children. Shame on you, Mayor (Sylvester) Turner!” said Tracy Shannon with Mass Resistance.

The facts are, nobody checked the background of any of the individuals they’re allowing to have access to children during these events.

Don’t ask “Why not?”

We know why. They’re scared that any attempts to check who these men are would result in lawsuits and public excoriation by leftwing activists, who see upholding the imagined dignity and privacy of these characters as more important than the safety of children.

The Houston Public Library responded to the report, admitting that they did not check the background of those they allow to participate in the events.

“In our review of our process and of this participant, we discovered that we failed to complete a background check as required by our own guidelines,” the library said in a statement. “We deeply regret this oversight and the concern this may cause our customers. We realize this is a serious matter.”

Failed to complete? Don’t you mean, “failed to start”?

Back in October, opponents of the program attempted to sue the library system, as well as Mayor Turner, on grounds that they were promoting “secular humanism,” which was in violation of the First Amendment.

It was a longshot, and they lost in court, when a judge dismissed the suit in January.

Protesters further raged at the lax attitude of the library system.

“If they had done their job and due diligence, if they had said wait…maybe it’s not a good idea to have a sex offender who at 200 pounds and 5-foot-11 assaulted an 8-year-old boy!” Shannon said.

“We may not all agree that having adult entertainers is the right way to entertain young children or promote literacy and adversity and acceptance and inclusion,” Shannon said, “but we can all agree that it’s inappropriate to have a sex offender. And for someone to not do their due diligence, to have a sex offender entertaining children at the library.”

Now, I’m going to go ahead and insert here that I am in no way suggesting that Mr. Garza is typical of drag queens, or that every drag queen is a potential kiddie toucher.

What I will say is that the leftist drive for “acceptance” of those things that are unnatural has made them neglectful of the rights of others to be safe, in far too many instances. This is just one more example.

Do better.


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