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AUSTIN, Texas (ChurchMilitant.com) - "'Want to see a sweet, quiet town ripped asunder? 'Want to see a place anyone would want to live in and open a small business doxed and divided?"
"Then watch the American Library Association, and its Antifa army, wage war on towns — and cities — across the country as it hoists its sneaky child-grooming campaign of drag queen story hours on the unsuspecting."
These are the sentiments of Tracy Shannon, head of Texas MassResistance, in speaking with Church Militant Friday about the latest news on the drag queen story hour (DQSH) front.
One new detail emerging in the middle of the skirmishes, thanks to the research of MassResistance, is the discovery that yet another drag queen — making three and counting— has been exposed as one convicted of a sex crime.
Its "Drag Queen Story Time" at the Houston TX public library complete with predators charged with 'Sexual Assault of Minors' stripping for dollars‼️— TheKat™ ❤️ (@SweetKat111) March 18, 2019
I'm sure Sheila Jackson Lee is proud of her District‼️https://t.co/utBaZ82pPH
The Austin-based drag queen, who goes under the alias of Miss Kitty Litter ATX and who has been interacting with and reading stories to children in a local Austin library over the past year, has been discovered to have been convicted of male prostitution.
Feeling happy as a headliner for AIDF pic.twitter.com/rIC490l0Q2— Miss Kitty Litter ATX (@AtxMiss) August 16, 2019
David Lee Richardson was arrested and convicted of offering sex for money in 1996.
According to MassResistance, Richardson has posted "perverse jokes and allusions to prostitution on social media, which strongly suggests that he has no qualms about the sex trade. Some posts suggest that he has not left the prostitution/sex trade at all."
Two other DQSH readers have recently been revealed as convicted child sex offenders.
One is Houston man William Travis Dees, a.k.a. Lisa Lott, who was incarcerated and listed as a high-risk sex offender in 2004 after he abused multiple children ages 4, 5, 6 and 8.
Dees is part of the Space City Sisters, a group that dresses up as nuns. According to its website, the Space City Sisters represent a local chapter of a national organization of cross-dressing homosexual men called the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. They dress as parodies of Catholic nuns and mock Catholicism; they now also do DQSH readings.
Another is Alberto Garza, aka Tatiana Mala Niña, who was convicted of molesting an 8-year-old boy in 2008. The 32-year-old received five years of probation and community supervision, according to the Houston Chronicle.
.@houstonlibrary has had to apologize after it was discovered that one of the hosts of the "Drag Queen Storytime" program is a registered child sex offender, Alberto Garza aka Tatiana Mala Nina was convicted of sexually assaulting an 8-year-old boy in 2008 https://t.co/LKJZCNcJFL pic.twitter.com/lEguVA89Rc— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) June 12, 2019A clinical counselor who has worked with over 4,000 serial predators is urging parents to be vigilant after a Texas library hosted a Drag Queen Story Hour for kids featuring a reader who has a criminal record.
Houston library officials acknowledged in a statement in March that Garza has "a criminal background that should have prevented him from participating" in the "Drag Queen Storytime" program, in which drag queens read books at the Freed-Montrose library.
"We assure you that this participant will not be involved in any future [Houston Public Library] programs," the library's statement reads. "We deeply regret this oversight and the concern this may cause our customers. We realize this is a serious matter."
The "oversight" of the library officials is indicative of the opposition to pro-family activists and those who see the implementation of the DQSHs as part of a larger leftist-LGBT agenda.
According to Shannon:
The local Antifa in the Leander/Cedar Park [near Austin] area is brutal, they have harassed me and others who are in MassResistance. One reason I have been to Austin, Cedar Park and Leander is to divert the hatred towards myself and off the local residents who are in fear as their businesses are targeted by these vengeful Antifa sympathizers. One man in Cedar Park was doxed, lost his job due to the harassing calls and reviews to his workplace and then his residence was vandalized. Most of the people in these two towns are really decent people, there is a handful of malcontents who are harassing the locals and try to intimidate anyone who opposes their progressive agenda.
The Drag Queen Story Hour website describes the DQSH phenomenon as
just what it sounds like — drag queens reading stories to children in libraries, schools, and other community spaces. Most events are 45 minutes and designed for children ages 3–8, though this may vary by location or event. A drag queen generally reads 3–4 children's books, sings children's songs, and leads children in a craft activity such as making crowns, wands, or paper bag puppets, or sometimes other activities like face painting or dress-up time. Through a fun and fabulous literary experience, DQSH celebrates learning and play, encouraging kids to celebrate gender diversity and all kinds of difference, while building confidence in expressing themselves. Some cities also offer other kinds of DQSH programming for kids and teens of all ages.
Clinical counselor Jon Uhler described the DQSHs as the "greatest grooming program ever devised" and predators "are laughing all the way to the bank."
Uhler, who has worked with over 4,000 serial predators over 11 years, urges parents to be vigilant, especially after the Austin library hosted a reading for kids featuring a reader with a criminal record.
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