Topic: Media Research Center
We've shown how the Media Research Center has ramped up its hatred of drag queens, particularly during the first part of Pride Month in June. Let's see how the hate continued throughout the rest of the month, shall we?
As part of a hate-filled June 15 anti-LGBTQ rant about how the NFL is "a queer lesson in advanced decadence and wokeness," Jay Maxson whined:
Featuring rainbow “W” helmet logos, the Washington “Commandants” [sic] tweeted that Sunday’s spectacle in decadence was so much fun. Especially for young children, who were “treated” to drag queen story time. This kind of sordid event would make a welcome addition to the NFL’s “football is gay, lesbian, queer, transgender” campaign.
What’s more, is the NFL’s partiality to sexual perversion is an in-your-face to those who don’t celebrate aberrant lifestyles and who do not want their young children exposed to it.
IN a June 17 post, Alex Christy complained that drag legend RuPaul pointed out the anti-drag obsession by right-wingers like him is (correctly, one might argue) seen as a diversion from gun violence that they are on the wrong side of:
For RuPaul, it isn’t a question of whether these events are to sexualized for children or promote gender confusion in easily impressible youth, but “this is a diversion tactic to do, take the narrative away from the gun debate into something to scare people into thinking about something else. And—and-- they've been successful. They have changed the narrative away from the gun debate into this drag queen thing.”
If you truly care about children, he continued, you’ll support gun control, “Say, y'all want to help your kids? Take away them guns. That will help them kids. And drag queens—drag queens-- ain't hurting nobody.”
Further wondering what the big deal was, he added, “These drag queens ain't hurting, you know, you're born naked and the rest is drag. Everybody is in drag, ok?”
Elise Ehrhard lashed out at fictional drag queens -- and fictional gay people in a June 20 post in the "sexually charged gay teen series" on Disney+, Love, Victor":
Disney should just rename Pride Month "Groomer Appreciation Month," because the third and final season of Love, Victor again promotes inappropriate interactions between minors and adults. It also insults the beliefs of major world religions and even makes a joke in one episode of risky homosexual promiscuity involving teen boys.
Previous seasons included high school minors going to adult gay bars and this season was no different. This time high school teenager Victor (Michael Cimino) meets his ex-boyfriend and fellow high schooler Benji (George Sear) for bingo night at a drag bar in the episode "Lucas and Diego."
Maxson returned -- and played dumb about who is really obsessed with drag queens -- in a June 22 post:
The left’s obsession with drag queens continued at recent pride night events hosted by the New York Mets and Boston Red Sox. It’s just part of making the “right people” uncomfortable, SB Nation Outsports writer Ken Schultz said Tuesday.
“The drag gods have spoken," Schultz wrote. "And based on the Mets’ and Red Sox’ current records, they approve."
The “right people” are those who attend sporting events to see athletic competition, not events sure to confuse the heck out of their impressionable children. And those like Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), who last week introduced a bill to protect children from drag queen story time, also tweeted that federal funding should be withheld from schools intentionally confusing children about gender and sexuality.
Schultz calls the drag queen events legitimate art. They are in reality further evidence of a declining culture. Baseball, hot dogs and apple pie has sunk to new lows - baseball, deviance and depravity. No, thank you.
Jorge Bonilla used a June 22 post to complain that a Miami Herald published an editorial pointing out Republican hypocrisy in demanding full parental authority over their children but threatening to jail parents who take their children to a family-friendly drag show, though he mostly tried to play gotcha that the the editorial didn't appear in the Spanish-language edition of the paper:
The primary reason behind this glaring omission is that running this editorial in Spanish would in fact expose Hispanics to the left’s ongoing attempts to normalize the attendance of children at sexually explicit drag shows. Good luck trying to explain to a socially conservative Hispanic family what the “it” is that “won’t lick itself”, or why they’re bigoted transphobes for believing that their grade-school children should neither be sexualized nor exposed to trans stripping.
Bonilla didn't identify any example of "trans stripping" that any child was being exposed to. Still, he thought so much of his gotcha attempt that he also wrote his post in Spanish.
Gabriela Pariseau spent a June 23 post complaining that "Big Tech" is "censoring users who oppose the transgender narrative" and spreading "biological truth," also cheering that the notoriously anti-LGBT Libs of TikTok account targeted drag queens:
Libs of TikTok tweeted a “MEGA DRAG THREAD” exposing the proverbial sewage leftists have been trying to feed American youths this June.
The thread featured pictures, videos and information highlighting events like drag queen story time at a Sudbury, Mass. preschool, a Dallas gay bar’s “Drag the Kids to Pride” event, Jasper, Ind.’s Pride in the Park event, which later canceled its “all ages” drag show, and many more similar school and library events.
Twitter removed the thread and locked the user’s account for allegedly “violating our rules against abuse and harassment,” according to a screenshot tweeted by The Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillion.
"The transgender movement has no shame in attempting to indoctrinate children for its cause, and Big Tech has no qualms aiding and abetting," Pariseau ranted, demonstrating that she doesn't know the obvious difference getween a transgender person and a drag queen.