A video on Twitter showing two underage girls receiving money from men in a drag queen show at a Los Angeles venue generated outrage among Twitter users.

The disgusting video is explained by a woman who recorded the moment:

“Why in the hell do these people got these [expletive] little bitty-ass kids at this [expletive] drag show, y’all?” the woman asks.

“It is 11:40 at night. These people have children in a [expletive] drag show in LA on the beach. I mean, look at this [expletive],” the woman continues to complain.

Then the camera focuses on the action on stage.

Two girls, one seemingly forced, do as the transvestite tell them. A man offers them money, and one of the girls takes it.

The transvestite shows them how to wag their tails, and they walk to the other end of the aisle.

The transvestite repeatedly tells the girls to pick up the money, a subtle form of prostitution.

There are no words to express the pain generated by watching two innocent girls being corrupted in this way.

Advancing the LGBT agenda

The LGBT agenda started its campaign by first trying to legalize gay marriage, claiming that they just wanted to have the right just like everyone else.

After legalizing gay marriage, they began attacking heterosexual marriage, demonizing traditional beliefs.

Under the guise of “inclusivity” and with the help of devious government officials, many schools and public bookstores began holding Drag Queen story hour.

Jan. 2020 reports in the Western Journal describe how transvestites attempt to brainwash children who at this young age are pure-minded and innocent and fundamentally accept the ideas instilled in them by parents or society:

“She will read to the students,” referring to the male performer, “all while teaching into ideas of inclusiveness, gender fluidity and gender roles, family structures, acceptance, empathy, and individuality.”

Another Breitbart report from Aug. 2018 exposes how during these frightening “cultural events,” transvestites attempt to instill ideas such as “there are no such things as boys or girls” or to “explore” how to dress without restrictions from moral standards.

Netflix, social media, mainstream media, the big enablers

In October last year, Netflix released a film called Cuties, based on underage girls who achieved fame by becoming dancers.

The film was heavily criticized because the sexualization of the girls bordered on child pornography to such an extent that a Texas judge charged Netflix with broadcasting explicit images of minors and fined it $20 million.

According to Lifenews, the company lost 2.5 million users who repudiated the attempt to normalize the sexualization of minors.

For the mainstream media, however, it was a different story. The film got an 86% approval rating from “critics,” and the mainstream media accused “the right” of being “obsessed” with pedophilia and “overreacting.”

Here, the victims are the people who use the mainstream media to inform themselves.

In 2019 Twitter changed its privacy and security policies to allow pedophiles to discuss their perversion without being censored.

“Discussions related to child sexual exploitation as a phenomenon or attraction to minors are permitted, as long as they do not promote or glorify child sexual exploitation in any way,” Twitter’s new rule says.

In 2014 the New York Times published an editorial titled “Pedophilia is a disorder, not a crime” and the progressive British media outlet The Independent “Not all pedophiles are bad people—we need to have a sense of proportion.”

Subtly and not so subtly, these platitudes are shaping the opinions of their readers and normalizing perversion.

In 2018, a TED talk stunned the world when the presenter slowly and nicely attempted to justify and normalize the perversity of pedophiles, asking the audience to empathize with those who have these twisted desires.

Everyday people, who use these media to “inform” themselves are being corrupted and made complicit in society’s moral decline.

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