A federal judge appointed by President Donald Trump has temporarily blocked a ban on drag queen performances aimed at children, as public outrage mounts against LGBT satanic grooming of kids.
The law, signed by Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, was set to go into place on Saturday but will be held up at least temporarily due to the judge’s decision.
“At this point, the court finds that the statute is likely both vague and overly-broad,” U.S. District Judge Thomas Parker said as he blocked the enforcement of the law.
Lee signed the law to protect kids from being “potentially exposed to sexualized entertainment, to obscenity.” Judge Parker sided with Friends of George’s, an LGBT theater group that aims their content at children, in allowing the drag queen grooming events to persist.
Pro-grooming activists are widely celebrating the news:
Big League Politics has reported on how drag queens who perform at story hour events or are otherwise involved with children have been hit with child porn or pedophilia charges:
“A drag queen from central Pennsylvania who worked closely with LGBT youth has been charged with 25 counts of child pornography, according to law enforcement.
Brice Williams, a 26-year-old resident of Chambersburg, was allegedly found with at least 49 photos and 25 videos of nude, prepubescent boys that were downloaded between the months of May and December 2020.
The affidavit claims that some of the videos included boys performing sex acts on each other, or even being violated by an adult man. Their ages have not been specified by authorities. The illicit porno was allegedly downloaded by Williams under the handle “Ana D,” and his drag queen persona is “Anastasia Diamond.”
Williams had previously been celebrated by the fake news media and the LGBT community as a heroic organizer who concentrated on the youth.