An elementary school in Austin, Texas invited a drag queen to spend the entire day with students back in October. But this drag queen, Miss Kitty Litter ATX, had also charged with prostitution and the school knew it:
CBN NEWS – The Family Research Council (FRC) reports the Blackshear Fine Arts Academy invited Miss Kitty Litter ATX (real name David Robinson) to spend time with the school’s children even though he was reportedly charged with breaking the law as a prostitute.
According to the FRC, in texts to Roger Grape, the school librarian, Robinson admitted that he might not pass the school background check.
“The guidelines for submission automatically disqualify me if the deferred adjudication for prostitution is considered a conviction… so I don’t know if it’s ethical to submit,” he wrote.
“So either the school didn’t go through with the background check — or ignored it altogether. Either option is equally distressing,” writes the FRC’s Tony Perkins.
The drag queen reportedly spent the entire day at the school, walking in dressed head-to-toe as a woman at 7:25 am, even though the book-reading was scheduled for 11:00 am. FRC says he didn’t leave until right before the final bell at 2:11 pm.
“Usually, the fact that a district is willing to host one of these drag queen events is sickening enough. Imagine finding out that the person they invited wasn’t even vetted — or worse, a confirmed sex trafficker. Schools are supposed to be safe learning spaces, not a catwalk for prostitutes,” Perkins noted on the FRC website.
“Their actions would suggest that Austin officials are more interested in the sexual exploitation of kids than their actual wellbeing. In any classroom, including this one, the only thing these drag queens should be reading are the directions to the nearest exit,” Perkins continued.
I can’t imagine how parents must have felt when they learned that their elementary school had invited a male drag queen prostitute to come hang out with their kids all day.
And it wasn’t an error. The school knew that this man had been charged with prostitution and still allowed him to come.
I don’t know how the laws work in Texas, but I would hope that Governor Abbott has the ability to investigate this and hold the people who allowed this to happen accountable. Because that really needs to happen ASAP.