In the past year, conservative social media personalities such as Libs of Tiktok have done an excellent job exposing groomers who want to push transgender politics on children.
Videos of drag queens at schools and children being persuaded to change their genders have left many conservative parents outraged but unsure of what to do.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, once again leading the way for conservatives across the country, is considering using child safety laws to protect children from LGBT activist groomers.
The Epoch Times Reports–
Footage from inside the gay bar in Dallas, Texas (Mr. Misster) that hosted the drag show for children as part of #PrideMonth. Video by @TaylerUSA. pic.twitter.com/JX1jkxkX13
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“Gov. Ron DeSantis is considering using child safety laws to protect children from drag shows.
“It used to be kids would be off-limits … everybody agreed with that,” DeSantis said at a June 8 press conference at Fort Myers Beach. “Now it just seems like there’s a concerted effort to be exposing kids more and more to things that are not age-appropriate.”
This comes after a post on social media went viral where children in a Dallas gay bar were seen actively participating in a show called “Drag the Kids to Pride.” The show was not a private event and tickets were available for purchase.
The show at Mr. Misster’s, a bar and club venue, was marketed to families as part of “Pride Month.” The video showed scantily clad drag queens dancing provocatively under a large sign that read “It’s not gonna lick itself.” Young children were seen clapping while seated at the bar, with some placing paper currency in the dancers’ clothing.”
Florida Representative Anthony Sabatini proposed an emergency session because an event similar to the one described above is planned for West Palm Beach. Sabatini called the events ‘perverted sex shows.’
Governor DeSantis said he was aware of Sabatini’s comments and is looking in to what can be done about them, including using child protection statutes. He called the videos ‘totally inappropriate.’