The left’s obsession with grooming children is in full throttle during Pride month.
A Dallas bar named Mr. Misster held an event, “Drag the kids to pride,” drag show on Saturday, June 4. This so-called “family-friendly” event saw drag performers dance and walk down the room aisle, even interacting with the crowd and taking dollar bills from little children. The event was advertised as “We have FIVE limited spots for young performers to take the stage solo, or with a queen of their choosing,” promoting children to dance with half-naked men posing as women. During the event, protestors arrived to call out the open grooming of children.
Protestors from the group “Protect Texas Kids” condemned the depravity. "I live in this community," Dasy, who was at the bar with a “Stop grooming the kids” sign said. “I have for several years. I don't believe that I should be seeing signs advertising for children to be dancing on stage with men in thongs and in inappropriate clothing and makeup. I do not in any way condone the behavior that these people are engaging in, but what drags me out here is its kids now.” Protect Texas Kids said Dallas police removed children and families from the bar; however, the Dallas Police department says they were there for crowd control.
Protest organizer and conservative media figure John Doyle was there protesting the show. On a request for a comment, he said: “I went to confront and protest the abominable “parents” who decided to expose their children to a drag queen show at a literal gay bar with signs on the wall that read “it’s not going to lick itself,” Doyle told Media Research Center. “Conservatives need to very quickly become comfortable with the fact, and it is a fact, that the only way out of this abyss is to climb back up the slippery slope because these people will never stop or leave your family alone.”
The enormous backlash from the community was not enough to cancel this event. Mr. Misster and its employees defended its decision to invite children into a bar that features a bright neon sign that reads “it’s not gonna lick itself.” Employee AJ Crews defended Saturday’s event as a way for people to express themselves. Crews said. “Everyone just came from all walks of life, and you know, just enjoyed pride.” The left wants enjoying pride to mean traumatizing and exploiting children. On cue, a local LGBT youth organization called the protestors “transphobic” for defending the innocence of children — no surprises from the groomers here.
In the aftermath of the show, Texas Rep.Slaton has already proposed a bill to ban drag shows in the presence of minors. Now, about the parents who brought their kids to the bar …