ACLU fights for right to 'groom' our most innocent

Thursday, January 3, 2019
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Steve Jordahl (OneNewsNow.com)

Drag queen at NY library 2A pastor who helped defeat perversion says it's no secret anymore why homosexual men are going to court to demand the right to read to children.

Last December, family advocates in Louisiana convinced Lafayette leaders to shut down Drag Queen Story Hour, where drag queens read perversion-affirming stories to young children.

Louisiana's chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union has now filed a lawsuit seeking to require the public library to host Dylan Pontiff dressed up as a woman, using some stage name, who is intent on not only reading stories but win over the next generation.

"This is going to be the grooming of the next generation," he said last year at a city council meeting. "We are trying to groom the next generation to not see the way that they just did."

Rich Penkoski, a pastor who joined a lawsuit to stop the story hour, tells OneNewsNow there was a legal agreement that the library would not host the reading while the case was in litigation. But the ACLU is demanding otherwise, he adds.

"Supporters of the Drag Queen Story Hour decided to try to deceive everybody," he warns, "and go behind the backs of the attorneys in the case and have one anyway."

Penkoski says he opposes the event because of what he calls the depth of perversion on display not only in public but in front of innocent children.

"Why do a group of 20-year old gay men want to specifically target three- to five-year-olds so badly that they're willing to go to court?" he asks.

But the pastor says he already knows the answer: Pontiff gave it away, in public, at the city council meeting.

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