Convicted Pedophile Hired To Read To Children While Dressed As A Drag Queen


You can’t make this stuff up. Public libraries in many cities, using taxpayer funds, have started a program called “Drag Queen Storytime”. It’s a program that hires drag queens, including convicted pedophiles it seems, to read stories to children between 3-10 years of age.

We are really trying to wrap our heads around this one, but there just isn’t a lot of common sense to be found here. Only the Democrats could stoop this low.

The Houston, TX Public Library actually hired a convicted child molester as one of their drag queen presenters. He is 32 year-old, 5’11”, 200 lb., Alberto Garza, who is know as drag queen “Tatiana Mala Nina”, which translates into English as “Bad Girl Tatiana”. He/she/it was convicted of aggravated sexual assault of an 8-year-old boy in 2008.

Drag Queen in a Satanic outfit reading to children, paid for by your tax dollars.

Granted, AFTER the fact, when citizens pointed out to them that they had a pedophile reading to a group of children, paid for by the city, the Library apologized to the parents for hiring a pedoboy to entertain their children. They didn’t mean it, but they did apologize, sort of. And they said they would not hire him/her/it again, well at least at that library.

But Drag Queen Storyline is a national movement, pushed by the Democrats and paid for by YOU, to feature drag queens interacting with, having sit on their laps, holding, touching, kissing, hugging, YOUR children.

Do our children 3 years old really need to learn about anal and oral sex from men dressed as women? Do they really need to be put into the “grooming” process at such an early age? Do they really need to learn that “drag queens” are normal, and their parents that birthed them and are raising them are abnormal for being heterosexual?

If this is “normal”, by any measure, then our country is no more. This is sick.

Of course the Houston Public Library thinks it’s a grand idea. “Join the Houston Public Library and local Drag Queens for an imaginative storytelling experience,” the listing reads. “Picture books and songs shared by vibrant performers will excite and instill a love for reading for the entire family.”

I don’t even want to know what’s in those “picture books” from the DQ’s.

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