Yet Another “Story Hour” Drag Queen Turns Out To Be A Child Sex Offender

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We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: children are the biggest victims as the “inclusive” mob continues on its path of complete cultural domination.

Whether it’s simply being exposed to confusing, unnatural situations, or being put directly in arm’s reach of predators who have infiltrated the LGBTQIAWXYZ+ movement, no child is safe while this movement gains ground.

Take, for example, the “Drag Queen Story Hour”, which has been working to nab children while they’re young and expose them to men who were once confined to performing in sordid nightclubs and are now being thrust into the mainstream in the name of “acceptance.”

From the Drag Queen Story Hour website:

DQSH captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models. In spaces like this, kids are able to see people who defy rigid gender restrictions and imagine a world where people can present as they wish, where dress up is real.

Now, if parents want to expose their kids to the concepts of “gender fluidity”, I suppose that’s their prerogative. Gender confusion is far from the biggest concerns of these little events: reports of convicted pedophiles and child sex offenders performing at these story hours keep cropping up, and I don’t think it’s a coincidence. Do you?

In Houston, Texas alone, a second drag queen associated with the city’s DQSH has been outed as a child sex offender, indicating that no one at the HPL seems to care about the safety of the children who come into their facility.

PJ Media reports:

On Thursday, activist parents with MassResistance unmasked another child sex offender who greeted children at Drag Queen Story Time. According to local MassResistance leader Tracy Shannon, a drag performer with many aliases has sexually assaulted children and publicly recounted his history as a transgender dominatrix and prostitute for hire. His name has been redacted here because he was allegedly convicted for sexual assault against children at age 16, so his record has been sealed.

Even if we set aside this man’s alleged sealed record of sexual assault against children while he was a child himself, the fact that he has boasted of a career as a sex worker and prostitute is more than enough reason not to invite him to come to a library and spend any time with children for any reason. What on earth was the Houston Library staff thinking?!

“We have another big reveal today at our press conference which will take place at 2 PM at the Freed Montrose Library,” Shannon said, breaking the news that they had discovered a second sex offender at Houston’s DQSH. “Due to this individual using multiple aliases and having moved around a lot it was hard to nail down his identity but we finally connected the dots. We found his name a few days ago but trying to find some affirmation and photos was like looking for a needle in a haystack of social media postings.”

“Once we affirmed the identity we ran background checks and found the record. We will reveal all at 2 PM Central time at our press conference,” she added.

Thankfully, MassResistance plans to “demand an audit of the entire HPL background checks vs volunteer applications to see how many have experienced an ‘oversight’ and how many sex offenders have been allowed to participate in children’s programming at the libraries in Houston. We will also be demanding a city ordinance that requires background checks for all city-sanctioned programs for children when we have our press conference.”

Of course, the first time the Houston Public Library was called out by MassResistance for allowing a convicted child sex offender to read to kids at the DQSH, they seemed to own up to their mistake and promise to, you know, actually run background checks on the men who are volunteering to participate in the program.

At the time, HPL had this to say about Albert Alfonso Garza, the drag queen who turned out to be a convicted sex offender whose victim was under age 14:

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. We deeply regret this oversight and the concern this may cause our customers. We realize this is a serious matter.

Every program sponsored by HPL is supervised by HPL staff, and all children are accompanied by a parent and/or guardian. No participant is ever alone with children, and we have not received any complaints about any inappropriate behavior by participants at storytimes.

We are taking the appropriate action to ensure that the status of every participant in every program throughout our system is verified. We will continue to review our process to ensure that this cannot happen again.

Looks like their “process” needed a little more reviewing. Whoopsies.

Perhaps the parents of Houston and any other community that hosts these events need to re-evaluate whether “inclusivity” is worth such a steep risk to their children’s safety.

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