Friday, March 22, 2019

Parents Cheer Drag Queen Perversely Spreading Legs in Front of 2-Year-Old While Singing Kids’ Song

“Baby Shark,” a children’s song that recently became a fixture of popular culture thanks to a South Korean version that went viral on YouTube, is about as wholesome as it gets.
The song is a mindless ditty about a family of sharks set to catchy music.
If you haven’t heard it, be warned — you’ll be humming the tune all week.

Believe it or not, the left’s continuous march against traditional values and common sense has found a way to turn this song against the very kids to whom it’s marketed.
During a “drag brunch: in New Jersey last week, Martini Gould Cummings, a self-described “gay man in a dress” noticed a 2-year-old boy among the participants and decided to approach him.
“I asked the little boy what he wanted to see performed, because he had been paying attention when I got to their table,” Cummings told NBC News, “and he asked for ‘Baby Shark.’ The DJ quickly found the song online, and we added it to the playlist for him.”
While the song was playing, Cummings decided to give the young boy a personal show by throwing his legs in the air as he hopped on the table. The video is now making the rounds on social media, where it has hundreds of thousands of views.
It’s true the leg spread was quick, but it’s impossible to believe it was unintentional. If you haven’t been paying attention to the left’s attempts to derail Western society, this is what it looks like.

The truly gut-wrenching part is the audience. This vile act received nothing but laughs and claps of approval. Many began recording on their phones, presumably to post to their own social media accounts, confirming to all what a tolerant and progressive crowd they belong to.
Cummings is adamant that drag should be performed in front of children, and that as “judgment-free beings,” they love the acts.
Anyone who thinks drag isn’t for children is wrong. Drag is expression, and children are such judgment-free beings; they don’t really care what you’re wearing, just what you’re performing.

A hundred years ago, doing this to a child in public would lead to an angry mob chasing the abuser out of town for good.
Fifty years ago, the “performer” would most likely end up in jail for indecent exposure and any other number of crimes law enforcement saw fit to slap on.
Even 10 years ago, it would have likely led to the drag queen being kicked out of the restaurant.
But in the brave new world of 2019, this act isn’t just tolerated, it’s celebrated.
To those on the fence, this may seem like a harmless bit of fun with a children’s song, but the overt sexualization of children is not something this community condemns. In fact, they actively embrace it.
The most innocent and defenseless among us are increasingly becoming targets for the left’s degeneracy and degradation. Every drag performer, passive bystander and clapping audience member at this event contributed to it whether they realize it or not.

For this to end, society needs to take a stand against this attempted perversion of children.

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