Below, in the KHOU local source, you will be able to see a news clip with the parents on the street.
He calls himself Tatiana Mala Nina, but his real name is Alberto Garza, and in 2008 he was convicted of sexually assaulting an eight-year-old boy.
“We were made aware today that one participant for Drag Queen storytime who read at the September 29, 2018, Drag Queen Storytime has a criminal background that should have prevented him from participating in the program,” the Houston Public Library said in a statement.
“We assure you that this participant will not be involved in any future HPL programs.”
I have nothing in the world against drag queens. This is America. If you want to run around in women’s clothes and sing “Hello, Dolly!” no one cares. No one.
The government subsidizing this is something entirely different, and exposing small children to it is tantamount to child abuse.
If there is one place where a parent should be allowed to take the kids without fear of having their innocence shattered it is places funded with their own tax dollars.
We now live in a country where your local library cannot sponsor reading of the Bible, but a fat guy in a dress is perfectly legal.
And it’s not just happening in Houston.
How was this brought to light? Was it parents' questions being answered by this government sanctioned program put into play by Progressive groups attempt to indoctrinate children into their sexual preference when children should Not be exposed to adult choices, thus the term Child. Childhood is already such a short time frame, children should be allowed their childhood without adults pushing their own agenda and expecting tax payers to subsidize a venue in which they're not even vetting the adults, who have access to children.
None of the questions were answered and this courageous group of parents realized They Were the only concerned protectors in this case.
A group called Mass Resistance, contacted KHOU about the child sex offender.
Mass Resistance claims it had been asking the City of Houston for months to disclose information about the drag queens, and when requests went unanswered, they did their own digging and made the shocking link.
So why did they fail to do a background check? Interesting and poses the next question how often has this already happened around the country or is clearly a possibility to happen if not there, then at another location?
A media spokesperson for the library confirmed one of the program’s drag queens, Tatiana Mala Nina, is Alberto Garza, a 32-year-old child sex offender. In 2008, he was convicted of assaulting an 8-year-old boy.
“Most parents would not allow that individual to sit in this library and be held up as a role model to our children. Shame on you, Mayor (Sylvester) Turner!” said Tracy Shannon with Mass Resistance.
In a statement, the Houston Public Library admits they didn’t do a background check on Garza and said Garza will not be involved in any future library programs.
“In our review of our process and of this participant, we discovered that we failed to complete a background check as required by our own guidelines,” the library said in a statement. “We deeply regret this oversight and the concern this may cause our customers. We realize this is a serious matter.”
Protestors took to the street and they want More than an apology.
“If they had done their job and due diligence, if they had said wait...maybe it’s not a good idea to have a sex offender who at 200 pounds and 5-foot-11 assaulted an 8-year-old boy!” Shannon said.
Drag Queen Storytime’s creators say it’s part of a national program that aims to promote love and acceptance.
Love and acceptance at Whose expense?
The expense of children so their parents may be embraced by their high society friends, Hollywood Elites and the Entertainment industry who are quick to not only exploit children, but pretend they are "doing good?" It is yet another Status symbol for them, the Progressive model of bending to popular opinion without a care for children. In this case a child who had Already been assaulted.
“We may not all agree that having adult entertainers is the right way to entertain young children or promote literacy and adversity and acceptance and inclusion,” Shannon said, “but we can all agree that it’s inappropriate to have a sex offender. And for someone to not do their due diligence, to have a sex offender entertaining children at the library."