A while back, liberal institutions launched “Drag Queen Story Hour” in San Francisco and a handful of other cities with the goal of teaching “deeper lessons on diversity, self-love, and an appreciation for others.”
The events were hosted by drag queens and held in public libraries for children aged 3-11. The ‘gender fluidity’ concept was met with complaints as drag queens are traditionally associated with bars and nightlife. These days you can’t even take your kids to the library and simply let them check out a book without promoting the views of sexuality in children.
Sohrab Ahmari, an Iranian-American columnist and editor, was one of the first people to criticize a drag queen story event held in Sacramento. “If you can’t see why children belong nowhere near drag, with its currents of transvestic fetishism, we have nothing to say to each other. We are irreconcilably opposed. There’s no polite, David French-ian third way around the cultural civil war. The only way is through,” he wrote.
Even Louisiana Mayor Joel Robideaux looked at removing “Drag Queen Story Hour” after it sparked protests by people claiming that the program “purposely target children so as to make sexual perversion acceptable through repeated exposure.”
First, there was the drag queen who flashed their crotch to children during “Story Hour.” You can read the full article here.
Then the incident at the Renton Public Library that featured a drag queen doing something of a strip show to a song that ended with profanity.
Now Brett Blomme, a Milwaukee Circuit Court Judge and former president of the “Cream City Foundation” organization that funded the “Drag Queen Story Hour,” has been arrested with seven counts of possessing child pornography that showed the abuse of young boys and videos of children being raped. Authorities began investigating Blomme after receiving a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children that a user in the Kik messaging app was suspected of child pornography.
In a 44-page search warrant, special agents confirmed the uploads of child pornography through a Kik account in October and November 2020 under the username “dommasterbb.” There were 27 videos and images of child pornography, two of which were uploaded at a Milwaukee County government building. The videos also included sexual acts being performed on children, including a toddler.
The “Cream City Foundation” focused on “harnessing the pride, passion, and commitment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their allies to advance the human rights and respond to the human needs of LGBTQ+ people.” Pedophiles have always placed themselves in positions that make them easily accessible to children, which strips any suspicion with lingering presence. And we’re supposed to believe there’s no child porn ring?
“Drag queen story hours have always been a transparent effort to groom and sexualize children. Republicans should move to outlaw them. Force Democrats to come out and explain why crossdressers should have the right to perform for 8-year-olds,” tweeted Matt Walsh, host of “The Matt Walsh Show.”
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett released a statement that the allegations are “alarming” and reports of his arrest came as a “complete surprise.” The executive director for Drag Queen Story Hour in Milwaukee, Jonathan Hamilt, wrote that pedophilia has “no place” in the LGBT community and no place in society as a whole.
Blomme spent a single night in prison and was released through a signature bond. He is married to a man and has two adopted children, but has been ordered not to use social media or have unsupervised contact with any children, besides his own. Criminal charges are expected to be filed later this week.
When did we stop letting children learn about friendship and adventure while growing up, and start forcing ’sexuality’ and ‘gender fluidity' into their psyche? https://t.co/G05XSFkiKP
— American Conservatives (@AmConservatives) March 18, 2021