DRAG-QUEEN DEMON READS TO KIDS AT MICHELLE OBAMA LIBRARY
‘It was one of the best experiences I’ve been given’
The Michelle Obama public library in Long Beach, California, has presented to children who are part of its young readers program a huge array of diversity and “inclusion” agendas.
In one shot.
It was when Xochi Mochi arrived for a visit.
That made the program pro-LGBTQ.
And drag queen-friendly.
And Satanist-approved, with the character’s red-tipped, demon-like horns.
All to read to children for LGBTQ History Month.
It happened at the Obama library for the “Drag Queen Story Hour,” a part of a collaboration between the LBPL, the LGBTQ Center of Long Beach, the Genders and Sexualities Alliance Network and the LGBTQ nonprofit Imperial Court of Long Beach, according to the Long Beach Public Library’s calendar.
The event description reads: “Join us for a celebration of LGBTQ History Month! All ages welcome! Celebration will include: Drag Queen Story Hour featuring Xochi Mochi at 12pm, a community art hour at 1pm and an LGBTQ History Timeline Workshop starting at 2pm. Brought to you by a collaboration between the Long Beach Public Library, The LGBTQ Center of Long Beach, the GSA Network and The Imperial Court of Long Beach.”
The “Drag Queen Story Hour” is one that aims to give young children “unabashedly queer role models,” according the program’s website.
“DQSH captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models. In spaces like this, kids are able to see people who defy rigid gender restrictions and imagine a world where people can present as they wish, where dress up is real,” the DQSH website reads. “DQSH happens regularly in LA, New York, and San Francisco, and events are popping up all over the world!”
The city of Long Beach, which is located in the district of Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., also promoted the event, using a graphic that is clearly targeted toward young children.
— City of Long Beach (@LongBeachCity) October 12, 2017
The Church of Satan tweeted, “Hail Satan!” in response to one parent’s criticism.
Hail Satan! https://t.co/ug7ut1qGWE
— The Church Of Satan (@ChurchofSatan) October 16, 2017
The drag queen, Xochi Mochi, posted the same photo to his Instagram account, boasting that his experience of reading to children while dressed as a demon was one of “the best experiences I’ve been given as a drag queen.”
His statement said: “I got to read to the children today and it was one of the best experiences I’ve been given as a drag queen. It’s so important to have representation and normalize all the letters in LGBTQIA+ in everyday lives. I saw so many excited faces it filled my heart with so much joy and hope to come back again soon! Thanks again to everybody who made this opportunity a reality and make such a successful LGBT event # #Repost @lbcitylibrary … Thank you to all who joined us today for a special Drag Queen Storytime with @xochi_mochi, celebrating #LGBTQHistoryMonth.”
Interestingly, the book page being read from in the Instagram photo states: “It’s okay to be proud of yourself.”
Mochi also commented on Twitter about the event.
I got to read to the children today and it was one of the best experiences I’ve been given as a… https://t.co/jX837YxPdu
— Xochi Mochi (@Xochi_Mochi) October 14, 2017
You should’ve been there! The excitement in the children’s eyes were everything
— Xochi Mochi (@Xochi_Mochi) October 15, 2017
He refers to himself as a “killer Klown” on his Twitter bio.
“Attention Earthlings: This is Xochi Mochi your resident killer Klown from outer space. I dress up in drags and love tacos,” his bio reads.
Libraries generally close at 5 or 6 p.m. But when WND called the Long Beach Public Library for comment at 2 p.m. Pacific Time, an answering machine said the facility was closed.
Long Beach GOP congressional candidate Omar Navarro, who is looking to unseat Waters, says he’s “outraged” with the children’s library.
“What are we teaching kids in school? Demonic teachings alive in Long Beach. I’m outraged they would allow this,” Navarro tweeted.
That warning came from experts of the “spirit world.”
Karl Payne, author of “Spiritual Warfare: Christians, Demonization and Deliverance,” told WND the entertainment industry is largely to blame for a clear rise in demand for exorcisms.
Hollywood and the media, he said, are programming the public to not only become more secular, but they are desensitizing society to evil.
“All you have to do is turn on your television or head over to the movies, and you are going to see something in your home or something on the big screen that glorifies the occult, glorifies Spiritism, glorifies demonism,” said Payne, who is also pastor of Leadership Development and Christian Education at Antioch Bible Church and the former chaplain of the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks.
He continued: “If you have more and more people who are watching programming on demonism, on Spiritism, on occultism, on Satanism, you are going to have growing number of people who get scared.
“The Bible, in particular the New Testament, is not bashful about the reality of the devil and demons. They do not talk about them metaphorically or allegorically. They very clearly say they were real. They spoke, and they controlled people.”