Hide yo kids, hide yo wife, they molesting everyone out here at the Denton Library.
In November, local Christian advocate groups The Whitt Project and the American Family Association along with Don Huffines created enough pressure on the City of Denton to shutdown a Pedo Story Hour at a public library. It was a big win for children and families in Denton, but it wasn’t enough to groomer special interests from attempting to keep on grooming.
A local mom and her church walked into a bar and decided a controversial Denton library program wasn’t going to be canceled after all.
“Denton’s not going to stand for bigotry and hate, plain and simple,” said Denton resident Amber Briggle, the mom of a transgender son and a prominent proponent of transgender equality in Texas.
Citing safety concerns for the staff at North Branch Library and patrons who planned to attend Rainbow Family StoryTime this Saturday, Denton officials announced Monday afternoon that the event — which was to fall on Transgender Day of Remembrance — was canceled. Director of Libraries Jennifer Bekker said in an interview Monday that critics from Denton and beyond mistakenly believed the program was intended to indoctrinate its young audience — ages 2 to 8 — about transgender issues.
Briggle said the 2018 event was meant to raise awareness of transgender people for a general audience. – Denton Record Chronicle
“Basically, I asked something like 10 transgender people to come to the event and read their favorite children’s book,” Briggle said. “The library was wonderful and allowed us a place to do it.”
Not a single media outlet nor the library have published these supposed “safety concerns”. They just like to label anyone not onboard with their gross agenda as violent and hateful. Here at Current Revolt we were able to use our quantum AI to scan the web and create a composite image of the alleged threats:
You see Briggle likes to rely on taxpayers to fund degenerate programs that introduce local pedophiles to children from 2-8 years old. What could go wrong? Luckily, the library cancelled the event before any kids were scared for life, but that’s when a local bar stepped in to help:
Bobby Mullins, founder and head brewer of Armadillo Ale Works, contacted Briggle and told her to have the event at the brewery. At 11 a.m., the coffeehouse at the brewery serves coffees and teas, and Mullins said the staff is concocting some kids’ drinks.
“When I heard about what happened, I thought, ‘What a shame,’” Mullins said. “I felt like if there was a safe place to do it, that would be awesome. Then I thought, ‘Why not do it at our place? We’re an inclusive space.’”
Briggle said the brewery is perfect for an indoor gathering. There will be plenty of tables for kids to do crafts, which are being supplied by Denton Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, and stay socially distanced. Briggle noted that the event is aimed at ages 2 to 8, and children under 5 years of age can’t yet be vaccinated for COVID-19.
“It’s perfect. A non-Christian church is hosting it in a bar,” Briggle said.
Oh you’re not a Christian? You don’t say….
We echo Mullins’ statement above; if you’re looking for pro-pedophilia hangout, the Armadillo Ale Works is for you.
Keep fighting against evil, patriots. Even without the help of the Texas GOP.