Drag Queen Who Worked Intimately with LGBT Youth is Hit with Child Pornography Charges in Pennsylvania
A drag queen from central Pennsylvania who worked closely with LGBT youth has been charged with 25 counts of child pornography, according to law enforcement.
Brice Williams, a 26-year-old resident of Chambersburg, was allegedly found with at least 49 photos and 25 videos of nude, prepubescent boys that were downloaded between the months of May and December 2020.
The affidavit claims that some of the videos included boys performing sex acts on each other, or even being violated by an adult man. Their ages have not been specified by authorities. The illicit porno was allegedly downloaded by Williams under the handle “Ana D,” and his drag queen persona is “Anastasia Diamond.”
Williams had previously been celebrated by the fake news media and the LGBT community as a heroic organizer who concentrated on the youth.
“I feel as though this is so important because I know there are little kids like me who are queer who are Black who are still not able to look up to anyone,” Williams said during a PennLive profile in 2021. “So that’s the reason why I got into this line of work. I wanted to make … a big impact for folks in my community.”
Additionally, Williams was given a Rising Star Award from the LGBT Center of Central Pennsylvania in 2020 for his “significant contributions in a short period of time.”
“Hailing from Chambersburg, Brice works in HIV/AIDS prevention and care, and performs as a drag queen throughout Pennsylvania. He is currently a board member on the Franklin County Coalition for Progress, on the Pride Franklin County Committee, and assists the United Way of Chambersburg as a member on the Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Committee,” they wrote in a Facebook post.
Big League Politics has reported on other times that activist drag queens, hailed by Democrats as literary heroes who must talk sex with children in schools and libraries, have been charged with child sex crimes:
“A public library in Texas is suffering major backlash after news broke that one of the readers from “Drag Queen Storytime” is a convicted child sexual offender.
The Heights Public Library, part of the Houston Public Library system, was all smiles at the announcement of “Drag Queen Storytime” that began in July 2018, but those smiles quickly turned upside down. After management failed to stop a man who was convicted of sexually assaulting a young boy a few years ago from participating in the reading, the library system isn’t singing the praises of men in dresses reading to little kids anymore.
“Tatiana Mala Nina”, whose real name is Alberto Garza, is 32-years-old and was convicted of sexually assaulting an eight-year-old boy in 2008, according to Breitbart. He “somehow” found his way into a reading gig for the public library, where he read to numerous little boys and girls. The library is stating the Garza never had a background check completed before starting to volunteer at the public library. He was last seen reading to children at the Montrose Library in September 2018, according to ABC 13.
Let’s keep in mind that many moms who took their kids to these “Drag Queen Storytime” events were all about it. They really wanted their kids under 10-years-old to learn about people with confused sexualities. Excited to “expose them to things they don’t get to see every day, I want it to become more normal and more accepted,” one mom said of the storytimes.”
The LGBT movement is grooming children and giving predators intimate access to them by design. The souls of the children are under attack from this agenda.