An Austin elementary school invited a convicted prostitute drag queen to talk to their students.
Kids at Blackshear Fine Arts Academy were treated to a visit by drag performer, by the stage name “Miss Kitty Litter ATX.”
According to The Family Research Council, the school was aware that Miss Kitty Litter ATX (real name David Robinson) was a convicted felon.
In email communications between the school’s librarian, Roger Grape, and Robinson; the librarian admitted that Robinson’s visit may have been rejected if a full background check had been carried out.
The email partly read: “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.”
The visit was scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. on October 7th. However, Robinson is recorded to have stayed the entire school day.
Earlier this year, Infowars host Owen Shroyer confronted Robinson at a separate event at a public library in Austin.
After waiting for the event to conclude, Shroyer approached Robinson and asked if he was aware that child predators had infiltrated another Drag Queen Story Hour. Robinson stated that he knew about this.
At this point, Shroyer asked whether the library had conducted a background check on Robinson. The response is difficult to understand, but Infowars employees said that they do not believe a background check was conducted.
Additionally, Infowars confirmed to National File that it knew of Robinson’s prostitution conviction.
Another video recently surfaced of Robinson holding a baby doll in a baking pan in an advertisement for an adult event.
Robinson proceeds to invite adults to come experience his “southern hospitality,” apparently referring to the baby as a food item.
Recently, Austin schools recently passed a radical curriculum, teaching children about sexual and LGBT themes from a young age.
The initial proposed curriculum was shut down after a backlash. However, the revised curriculum didn’t offer much of an alternative, doubling down on certain politicized topics.
Another school in Texas also invited a drag queen to speak and mingle with their students.
A performer by the stage name of “Lynn Adonis,” working out of Houston, was invited to the Willis Independent School District by the cosmetology department.
A teacher at the school was blasted after parents protested at the invitation for suggesting that parents didn’t know what was best for their kids.
National File reports:
English teacher at Willis High School, Anthony Lane, defended the performer, hitting out at parents over how he believed children should be raised by the wider community–not solely by the parents, alone.
“I believe that raising a child is the responsibility of the community and that parents should not have the final say,” said Lane. “Let’s be honest, some of you don’t know what is best for your kids.”
In response to the ensuing backlash from incensed and alarmed parents, Lane took to Facebook to vent his views: “I have what may be a strange view when it comes to ‘parental rights’ and education being viewed as a customer service industry.
“Our society is often very sensitive when it comes to [criticizing] parents, and teachers are often afraid of parents because they are given so much authority.”
Lane continued, “Parents believe they should be able to storm the school in the name of political and religious beliefs if something happens in the school that they are morally opposed to. They forget that we make a promise to prepare their children to live in a diverse world. We are not required to protect the misguided, bigoted views of their parents.”