Another 'drag queen' reader exposed as lewd criminal
Thursday, August 22, 2019
Charlie Butts, Billy Davis (OneNewsNow.com)
Yet another lurid “drag queen” who is reading to children in a public library setting has been exposed as a sex criminal, in this case a male prostitute.
After exposing two convicted sex offenders earlier this year, grassroots group Texas MassResistance went to war with city leaders in liberal-run Austin after city leaders shrugged off the disturbing criminal history and faulted the conservative activists for politicizing the pro-LGBT story hours.
At a testy August 8 city council meeting in Austin, Councilman Jimmy Flannigan denounced public speakers protesting the story hours. He accused them of lying and spreading “misinformation about my community,” TV news station KXAN reported.
Citing the concerns raised at the city council meeting, KXAN erroneously reported that one drag queen reader “may have had a criminal history,” even though MassResistance had uncovered and publicized the public records of two convicted sex offenders at the meeting.
Determined to keep fighting after the August 8 face-off, MassResistance keep digging and soon found the criminal history of David Lee Richardson (pictured above). He is an Austin-based drag queen known as “Miss Kitty Litter,” who has also participated in the “Drag Storytime for Children” at Austin’s public library.
Richardson was arrested and convicted of offering sex for money in 1996, MassResistance learned.
OneNewsNow incidentally included Richardson in an August 21 story about the “story hour” in another Texas city, Leander, an Austin suburb.
Richardson, referred to as “Miss Kitty Litter” in the story, told a TV news station that the story hours promote “diversity, inclusiveness, and kindness.”
Tracy Shannon, who heads Texas Mass Resistance, tells OneNewsNow the Houston chapter discovered in March that not one but two story-hour participants at the Houston Public Library are convicted child molesters.
OneNewsNow reported in a March 31 story that “Tatiana Mala-Nina,” Albert Garza, was convicted of aggravated sexual assault on an 8-year-old in 2009.
Garza (pictured below) is a registered sex offender who was allowed to read to children at Freed-Montrose Library.
Weeks later, MassResistance uncovered the criminal history of a second drag queen: William Travis Dees was convicted of sex crimes against children ages 4,5,6, and 8.
Dees was allowed to greet Houston’s children as they entered the public library for “story hour.”
The Houston Chronicle newspaper reported at the time that Shannon and MassResistance filed public record requests about background information about the book-reading drag queens but the city denied the requests.
Shannon told the newspaper Garza’s past was uncovered via social media.
After confronting Houston leaders, MassResistance confronted city leaders including Flannigan, who is openly homsoexual, two weeks ago and shared the sickening criminal history of Garza and Dees.
“They were not interested in that information,” Shannon says of Austin’s city council members. “And I guess about a week after that, somebody from Austin discovered the criminal report for this drag queen --- that he'd had an actual criminal record in the past.”
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