Parents have hired a law firm to submit a public record request about the organization of “Boo Bash” and its connection to the school board.
Many pundits and politicos now predict a “Red Tsunami” this November 8th.
If that’s the case, then I assert the wave’s origin stems from the insidious trend of progressives to target America’s children with their gender justice antics.
One data point for my hypothesis is news of a recent event in my neck of the woods, the San Diego County city of Encinitas, California. Parents are thoroughly blasting its school board for distributing a flyer featuring a Drag Queen Show/Halloween event sponsored by a gay bar.
The “Boo Bash: Queerfest Family-Family Drag Show” is sponsored by Rich’s Gay Bay and Align Surgical Associates, a gender reassignment surgery center.
Parents of students in EUSD schools are outraged and have formed an alliance with other community members to organize a “Protect Encinitas Kids” protest outside the district office.
Once the school board refused to stop promoting the event and apologize, parents confronted the members directly at a public meeting. The result was a viral video that should spook the Encinitas school board members and others like them across the nation.
In a widely circulated video on social media, Brittany Mayer accused the Encinitas Union School District of acting as “groomers and activist pimps” after it invited community youth and families to a “queer” Halloween party featuring a “family-friendly” drag queen show.
In an interview on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Thursday, Mayer said that the Oct. 29 “Boo Bash” event angered dozens of parents who repeatedly asked the board to stop promoting the event and issue an apology. When they refused, Mayer and others showed up at Tuesday’s school board meeting to confront them.
“We asked the board again and again to reconsider and to issue an apology and an explanation, which they didn’t, which is why we decided to show up,” Mayer told the Fox News host.
In the clip posted on her personal Twitter account, Mayer noted that the purportedly family-friendly event was sponsored by a local San Francisco gender reassignment surgery center in collaboration with a popular gay nightclub.
Mayer verbally dissected the event and slammed everyone associated with its organization.
“I just want to know what it is that makes a drag show family friendly?” Mayer sarcastically asked the board, footage she posted of her blistering rant showed.
“What is it about a grown man costumed in a sparkly bra with augmented boobs busting out and wearing a miniskirt barely covering his twerking ass with duck tape on his front while spreading his fish-netted legs as he writhes on the ground, grinding his groin next to a minor, family friendly?” she demanded before demanding an apology.
“While we have a culture with a massive problem with child porn and child sex trafficking, you, a little school district board of adults made the decision to feature an event to hypersexualize your children,” Mayer raged.
The parents have hired a law firm to submit a public record request about the organization of the event and its connection to the school board.
Paul Jonna, one of the attorneys representing the parents, said ‘a lot of people are just generally not comfortable with the idea of pushing drag queen shows on little kids, but separate and apart from that I think the biggest concern with this event are the sponsors.’
The event was organized by a group called Trans Family Support Services, which helps families with trans members and is based in the San Diego-area.
The school district said in a statement that the event was promoted in an online hub for local events and opportunities and that its promotion on a school website did not imply an endorsement.
Parents across the nation are clearly seeing red over what is being done in the public schools, and chances are better than good they will be voting red in November.DONATE
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