Over the weekend, a Dallas gay bar hosted a “Drag the Kids to Pride” event, where children were subjected to scantily clad drag queens dancing up the aisle and even invited to join them.
California’s Democrat State Sen. Scott Wiener responded to Slaton’s remarks, saying Slaton had given him a bill idea of his own: “Offering Drag Queen 101 as part of the K-12 curriculum. Attending Drag Queen Story Time will satisfy the requirement.”
This guy just gave me a bill idea:
Offering Drag Queen 101 as part of the K-12 curriculum. Attending Drag Queen Story Time will satisfy the requirement. https://t.co/Sogz2Ag8jV
— Senator Scott Wiener (@Scott_Wiener) June 7, 2022
As parents fight back against the overt sexualization of children across the nation, the left has been arguing that teachers aren’t grooming school children. Yet, Wiener is suggesting that the K-12 curriculum do exactly that and include Drag Queen Story Time.
Former Texas State Rep. Jonathan Stickland had a sharp response for Wiener:
Sen. Wiener once again showing the world why people are fleeing Calipornia for Texas in record numbers. https://t.co/PBEmvjH6ey
— Jonathan Stickland (@RepStickland) June 7, 2022
Californians are indeed fleeing eastward for lower taxes and redder states, according to a poll by the Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies in 2020.
The surge has only increased since 2020 as inflation skyrockets, gas prices soar, and the California housing market leaves many aghast. As a result, Texas should expect a continuing increase in political refugees. In fact, earlier this year, there were so many Californians fleeing the state—many to Texas—that U-Haul ran out of trucks for them to rent.
It also remains to be seen whether the Texas Legislature—which has so far failed to protect children from gender mutilation procedures—will take the lead on protecting kids from these sexual displays.
Meanwhile, as Disney’s popularity drops amid their promotion of “queerness” in kids programming, “Top Gun: Maverick” is raking in millions at the box office with its pro-America message. The culture divide between the woke elite and the average American is more apparent that ever—and Weiner shows exactly why.