Convicted prostitute repeat book reader in liberal Austin

Monday, November 4, 2019
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Bob Kellogg, Billy Davis (OneNewsNow.com)

'Kitty Litter' drag queen at Austin schoolA book-reading drag queen who was outed earlier this year for a prostitution conviction is still reading to children, this time at a Texas elementary school.

Blackshear Fine Arts Academy, located in Austin, allowed local drag queen David Lee Richardson (pictured in hat at left) to participate in “Pride Week Story Time” despite a past conviction for male prostitution and concerns from a conservative group he is still engaged in sex work. 

The revelation that Richardson was invited to the elementary school comes after “Miss Kitty Litter” read to children at an Austin public library and at a public library in Leander, an Austin suburb, earlier this year.

David Walls, vice president of conservative group Texas Values, tells OneNewsNow that Austin parents have no reason to trust a school district that welcomes a “sex criminal” into a school building.

Austin, well-known as a liberal Texas city, made headlines in August when a homosexual city councilman complained that conservative groups were spreading “misinformation” about the drag queen story hours.

Convicted drag queenOneNewsNow reported in an August 22 story that a second conservative group, Texas MassResistance, went to war with Texas liberals and uncovered two book-reading “drag queens” who were allowed access to children in a Houston public library despite being sex offenders. Albert Garza (pictured at right) was convicted of sexually assaulting an 8-year-old boy and the second man, William Travis Dees, was convicted of sex crimes against children ages 4,5,6, and 8. Dees reportedly worked as a library door greeter at the Houston event.

Despite uncovering those convictions, Austin Councilman Jimmy Flannigan told an August 8 public hearing that people protesting the story hours were lying and spreading “misinformation about my community.”

After feuding with the city councilman, and determined to uncover more wrongdoing, Texas MassResistance kept digging and soon found Richardson’s criminal conviction. The homosexual man’s social media posts, such as a “red light” meme, suggest that he is still selling himself for sex, the group has alleged.

Walls tells OneNewsNow that Austin’s school leaders are already at war with parents and community leaders over graphic sex-ed lessons, such as the “best way” to have anal sex and how to obtain an abortion without parental consent.

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