Houston, Texas: Alberto Garza, who calls his drag queen persona Tatiana Mala Nina, is a six foot, 200-pound male sex offender who was convicted in 2008 of sexually assaulting an eight-year-old boy. He was one of the readers in the Houston Public Library’ Drag Queen Storytime for young children, which is funded with taxpayer dollars. A group of parents, known as Mass Resistance, discovered the criminal background on Garza after the library failed to perform a background check. Mass Resistance sued the city to stop the program, claiming that the government sponsoring “secular humanism” which violates the Constitution’s Establishment Clause on religion, but the lawsuit was dismissed.
A registered child sex offender has been reading to children at Houston Public Library as part of its Drag Queen Storytime.
A group called Mass Resistance, which has been trying to put an end to the program, contacted KHOU about the child sex offender.
Mass Resistance claims it had been asking the City of Houston for months to disclose information about the drag queens, and when requests went unanswered, they did their own digging and made the shocking link.
A media spokesperson for the library confirmed one of the program’s drag queens, Tatiana Mala Nina, is Alberto Garza, a 32-year-old child sex offender. In 2008, he was convicted of assaulting an 8-year-old boy.
“Most parents would not allow that individual to sit in this library and be held up as a role model to our children. Shame on you, Mayor (Sylvester) Turner!” said Tracy Shannon with Mass Resistance.
In a statement, the Houston Public Library admits they didn’t do a background check on Garza and said Garza will not be involved in any future library programs.
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