By Brian Lupo
There is a disturbing fascination with drag queens and children that seems to have manifested itself into the ideology of certain political factions. Earlier this month, The Gateway Pundit reported on a child that was brought on stage for such a show and was filmed rubbing the drag queen’s crotch. There was no immediate reaction from the drag queen to stop the child or to back away. It almost seemed encouraged.
Now, in Texas of all places, Sara Gonzales, host of The News and Why It Matters on BlazeTV, has released footage of a middle-aged man, dressed as a woman, dancing to a song that talks about his? “p*ssy” while lifting his skirt to a crowd. Right over his shoulder is a young child and possibly her parents.
🚨 I attended another all ages drag brunch in Plano, TX over the weekend and the footage I have is shocking.
“My p*ssy good, p*ssy sweet
P*ssy good enough to eat…f*ck me all night”
It gets worse. More footage to come. We WILL stop this. 🚨 pic.twitter.com/xVghUT0ORb
— Sara Gonzales (@SaraGonzalesTX) October 18, 2022
Gonzales was on Tucker Carlson last night to talk about this video. She says that this event was “all ages welcome” and “overtly sexual” and that the left is gaslighting her about being the “party of parental rights.” Gonzales states that “parental rights does not apply to child abuse.”
The Texas Family Project shared the segment:
TFP is proud to announce the launch of Defend Our Kids Texas!@SaraGonzalesTX will be leading the initiative to end the sexualization of our children.
— Texas Family Project (@FamilyProjectTX) October 19, 2022
In June, The Gateway Pundit reported that Texas lawmakers proposed a ban on this type of sexualization and abuse of children.
This indoctrination of a generation of children has been on going and seeped into mainstream politics. The attorney general of Michigan, Dana Nessel, recently called for a “drag queen for every school.” In July a drag queen was charged with 25 counts of “child pornography.”
While this event in Texas does not appear to be school sanctioned, and the parents are with the child, you must ask “at what point does this type of sexualization become child abuse?”