Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has announced that she is introducing a bill that would make it illegal for children to be exposed to drag queen performances.
Greene announced the upcoming bill in a Twitter post on Tuesday evening.
“I’m introducing a bill to make it illegal for children to be exposed to Drag Queen performances,” the representative wrote.
In her response, Greene wrote, “This needs to be illegal. What’s the difference in children stuffing cash in a drag queen bra and a strippers bra? Nothing. It’s wrong and it’s indoctrination.”
Greene has been outspoken about children being exposed to drag shows for some time.
On June 6, Greene had tweeted that “it should be illegal to take children into Drag Queen shows and strip clubs.”
“And there should be no federal funding for any school that intentionally confuses children about gender/sexuality,” Greene added. “Any teacher or school employee caught doing so should be fired and lose all benefits.”
The following day, Greene added, “I could care less what 2 consenting adults do sexually, nor do I judge, but when it comes to adults training children sexually, both mentally & physically, I do care. And so do MOST people. We must protect children from child grooming predators & abusers in every way possible.”
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Schools are adopting programs tied to “Comprehensive Sex Ed” and others that are teaching a hyper-sexualized narrative on gender and personal relationships. Behind these programs is a system that is pulling children from the authority of their parents, and exposing them to direct lines of communication with adults on sexual platforms. Children who refuse the new sexual and political narratives face various forms of racial and sexual discrimination, and parents who refuse to acknowledge the sexual narratives can be accused of “spiritual abuse.” According to Brenda Lebsack, a teacher of 30 years and a former school board member for Orange Unified School District, these programs equate to the grooming of children and are part of a broader agenda.