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A scantily clad drag queen was recorded singing to a toddler and the left-wing Internet is celebrating for some reason.

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Drag Queen Sings To Toddler

A well known drag queen was hosting a “drag queen brunch” at a Jersey City restaurant when he discovered a 2-year-old boy was in the audience and sang him a children’s song.

Drag queen Marti Gould Cummings had someone record her singing “Baby Shark” to a toddler as he hosted a drag queen brunch last weekend while showing fake cleavage and wearing a miniskirt. At one point he jumped on the table and sat, legs crossed, inches away from the boy while singing.

The video suggests the 2-year-old requested the drag queen sing the children’s song, though that part of the interaction was not captured on video.

The original video apparently received over 500,000 views in the two days after it was posted.

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Many social media users were predictably disgusted by the event, asking why a child was in this setting in the first place, and comparing it to the sexual depravity of 1920s and 1930s Weimar Germany.

The left has yet to explain their desire to expose children to drag queens, but society nonetheless appears to be eager to expose toddlers to men wearing makeup and dresses.

Just last week, a Houston public library allowed a drag queen who happens to be a convicted sexual predator who sexually assaulted an 8-year-old to read children’s books to young children at its facility.

Big League Politics reported:

“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.

Alexandra Drake, the Heights Library Assistant Manager told KHOU11, “It is amazingly unique and that is something we strive for, for sure. At this particular branch but also at Houston Public Library we always want to promote diversity, understanding, inclusion, and fun.” So, Houston Public Library is big on inclusion for sexual predators?

One must wonder what goes through a parent’s mind as they put their toddler-aged child into a car and bring them to a room where a barely clothed man who may have been convicted for child sex crimes will sing or read to them while flaunting his private parts.

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