The pro-drag queen organizers allege violent threats.
By Shane Trejo
A West Virginia public library has cancelled their showing of drag queen story hour following a massive grassroots push back against the perverse engagement.
The Morgantown Public Library System issued a Facebook post announcing that the event would be cancelled, alleging that violent threats were the reasoning behind the decision.
“The Morgantown Public Library System (MPLS) regrets to announce that, due to multiple threats of violence against the volunteer readers, Drag Queen Story Time scheduled for November 16 is cancelled,” they wrote.
“MPLS remains committed to fostering a love of reading for all ages and interests and to serving a diverse community. The Library will replace the cancelled event with a story time conducted by Library Staff. Families who planned to attend the 10 AM, November 16th story time will still be able to enjoy a family-friendly event that celebrates our love of books,” they added.
The LGBT community of West Virginia is not taking this news lying down. They staged a protest in favor of the drag queen event outside of the library on Saturday, showing that they will continue to push their agenda no matter how angry it makes the community at large.
“We need to be extra clear about how welcoming this community is to offset the national press on how we’re not. We are welcoming. Together, we will continue to make a difference for the better,” the West Virginia LGBTQ Center wrote about their protest that they claim drew 60 people.
“This rally was also a wonderful statement of just how many organizations and even elected officials thought this was an important issue,” they added.
Considering the history of drag queen story hour events, West Virginia residents may be correct to be concerned about it coming to their communities. Two sexual predators have already been found administrating drag queen story hour events to children in just one city:
After revealing that Houston public libraries allowed a sex offender to groom children at controversial ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ programs, the Houston MassResistance whistle-blower group has found that another pedophile has been given intimate access to young children at these perverted events.
Houston MassResistance uncovered that William Travis Dees, who is a member of a draq queen group called the “Space City Sisters,” has been participating in Drag Queen Story Hour events in the town. Dees is a child sex offender who brags about his time as a transgender prostitute.
“He was photographed at a Drag Queen Story Hour (DQSH) event carrying a rubber chicken – a symbol used by homosexuals to indicate a sexual preference for young boys,” the Houston MassResistance wrote in a post.
Dees’ stage name is Liza Lott, and he has served as a “greeter” during story hour to give himself special access to the children as their parents usher them in to have their souls warped. Houston MassResistance activists uncovered records showing Dees once victimized children as young as four years old with his vicious assaults.
“Dees was convicted in 2004 of sex crimes against four young children (ages 4, 5, 6, and 8), was jailed, and is listed as a ‘high risk sex offender.’ MassResistance activists have also identified numerous aliases which Dees uses for his various characters and personas,” the whistle-blowers wrote.
“Since Dees was 16 years old at the time of his conviction, his record is “sealed” and not posted on government sites. However, it is available from other sex-offender record sources,” they added.
Making matters even worse, the “Space City Sisters”drag group also engages in open blasphemy, mocking the Catholic Church publicly while celebrating degeneracy and gender bending. They are apart of a national network of heretics called the “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence,” which also targets kids at Drag Queen Story Hour events.
Perhaps the people of West Virginia have the right idea about this program, and more vigilant push-back will spread to other states against this glorified grooming operation.