A drag queen story hour at the Houston library is being canceled, and organizers blame threats from “anti-LGBT” organizations for the decision.
There was, of course, that little issue of one of the “readers” at the story time having been convicted of molesting an 8-year-old, of course.
WND reported on the issue that developed at the Houston Public Library when officials admitted they deeply regretted not doing a background check that would have revealed the background of Alberto Garza, a 32-year-old drag queen who goes by the name Tatiana Mala Nina. . .
But now, “The organizers, Trent Lira and Devin Will, are pulling the plug and according to the Houston Chronicle, the pair wrote a letter to Houstonia magazine claiming that anti-LGBT groups had been threatening library employees and participants.”
The report continued, “Oh, and there was the thing about one of the readers having sexually assaulted an 8-year-old child. Now the library runs background checks on readers to keep out the registered sex offenders.” (Read more from “Drag Queen Story Time Cancelled” HERE)