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BILL GIVES PARENTS CONTROL OVER LIBRARY CONTENT FOR CHILDREN

Lord, we pray this common sense bill would be passed in Missouri and signed into law.

“This bill is a 10th Amendment bill putting the control back into the hands of the parents in our communities,” Missouri State Rep. Ben Baker (R) told Breitbart News. “The bill would give oversight through a parental review board to make determinations of what should be available to children.

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House Bill 2044, titled the Parental Oversight of Public Libraries Act, would require Missouri libraries that receive taxpayer funding to create a parent review board, composed of five elected parents from each local community, that would oversee sexual material for children, including LGBTQ presentations, such as the Drag Queen Story Hours.

The bill has drawn an organized protest from LGBTQ rights groups and library officials. LGBTQ supporters are advertising a protest on March 7 at the Missouri state capitol in Jefferson City.

The headline of LGBTQ Nation’s “news” story about the bill read, “Missouri Republican Wants to Jail Librarians Who Allow Drag Queens to Read Books to Kids.”

NBC News’s story, headlined “Missouri Lawmaker Proposes Bill Criminalizing Public Libraries’ Drag Queen Story Hours,” featured Shira Berkowitz, communications manager for Missouri LGBTQ advocacy group PROMO, who said the legislation was “just based on fear.”

“The oppositional spin is that these [events] are supposedly dangerous in a religious context, or dangerous because LGBTQ people are sexualized,” Berkowitz said. “Right-wing media spinning a reading experience for children into something sexual is what is creating bills like this.”

“I think what [Baker] gets wrong is that libraries are creating a very safe space for children to be read to, in a gentle environment and in a very playful and whimsical way,” Berkowitz added. “They’re not encroaching on any kind of sexual content.”

“There has been pushback (as to be expected) by the LGBTQ movement and Drag Queen groups,” Baker said. “Many are taking false headlines and disseminating that information without reading the bill. The American Library Association and its policies are to blame as well for pushing the Drag Queen Story Hours and age-inappropriate themes in our Libraries through content and events.”

Baker also tweeted several weeks ago that, as a result of his legislation, he has received death threats.

Concerns about safety at the Drag Queen Story Hour events, promoted by the American Library Association, made headlines last year when pro-family organization Houston MassResistance discovered drag queen Alberto Garza, who uses the name Tatiana Mala-Nina when reading to young children, had been convicted in 2008 of sexually assaulting an eight-year-old boy. The Houston library system had failed to perform a background check on Garza or any of the other drag queens appearing in its programs.

Multnomah County Library in Portland, Oregon, also faced backlash when it was found the library system had quietly removed from social media photos of the Drag Queen Story Hour that took place at one of its libraries during which young children were lying on top of the drag queens and fondling their false breasts.

MassResistance also released an exposé of drag queen Valeri Jinxy Abrego, who was scheduled to read to young children at a story hour event at the Leander, Texas, public library. The exposé included many pornographic photos.

In June 2019, the Christian Post reported that a Seattle drag queen “Teen Pride” event for adolescents included a raffle for a “breast binder” — used by females to flatten the breasts in order to appear more masculine — and featured a drag queen who performed a strip tease for teens while another got on his knees and howled during the performance.

The Drag Queen Story Hour website states the event “captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models” who can teach them there are “people who defy rigid gender restrictions and imagine a world where people can present as they wish, and where dress-up is real.”

In 2018, a drag queen who helped organize a Drag Queen Story Hour for Louisiana preschoolers admitted the event’s purpose is “the grooming of the next generation.”

Dylan Pontiff, who performs in adult drag clubs and uses the name Santana Pilar Andrews, told the Lafayette City-Parish Council the Drag Queen Story Hour events are “something that’s going to be very beautiful and for the children and the people that supported are going to realize that this is going to be the grooming of the next generation.”

“We are trying to groom the next generation to not see the way that they just did,” he said.

I simply don’t think our taxpayer dollar should be spent funding events or materials that are intended to groom the next generation for the LGBTQ community,” Baker told Breitbart News, . . .

(Excerpt from Breitbart. Article by Dr. Susan Berry.)

 

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3 Replies to “BILL GIVES PARENTS CONTROL OVER LIBRARY CONTENT FOR CHILDREN”

  1. Lord please help people get control of their community. Too often too many act too inappropriately. There should not be a drag queen story hour anywhere in America or in the world. Please Lord where there is sin expose it so people can oppose it. I pray this in the name of Jesus. Amen.

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  2. Also if you want to get involved locally, contact MassResistance. Just google it. There are branches everywhere across the nation. They can help you get organized if there isn’t a branch where you live and help you start a branch there.

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  3. Anyone interested in hearing the truth about this current evil fad aimed at our very young and impressionable children, please go to: YouTube – Decent drag queen speaks truth. Hearing it straight from the horse’s mouth is very powerful. Praying for his complete deliverance from this activity.

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