44 Man Arrested at Drag Queen Story Hour
///Note: It appears that people are starting to wake up to the Drag Queen Storytime phenomenon and that they’re not very happy about it. The police, as a result, need to carefully guard these events and arrest anyone who shows up to object to what basically amounts to child abuse.///
A Millersville man was charged with assault and banned from county libraries after he was removed of a Drag Queen Storytime by police.
Scott Thomas Miller, 28, was charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace and second-degree assault after police said he pushed a man and disrupted the event at Severna Park Community Library on Saturday.
///Note: Charlottesville should have opened the eyes of the nation. This is what the future has in store for you:
Now the thin blue line has taken up its place in the rainbow. ///
Anne Arundel County Libraries spokeswoman Christine Feldmann said about 30 protesters prayed, carried signs and talked peacefully on McKinsey Road outside the 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Drag Queen Storytime sessions, which brought in about 300 parents and toddlers. Two protesters went into the second story time, where Feldmann said they began shouting at the performer, Balena Canto. Matthew Maisano, who performs as Balena Canto, said he was halfway through reading “Be Who You Are” when one of the men started shouting, “This is corrupting your children,” and “This isn’t right.” Maisano said he saw police drag the men out less than a minute later. Feldmann said Miller and the other man, who was not arrested, are banned from Anne Arundel County Public Libraries for a year. At its September meeting, the library’s Board of Trustees will consider banning the two for life.
///Note: This is a public library. They had every right to be there. Are they in trouble for raising their voices too loudly?///
Source : https://www.capitalgazette.com/news/crime/ac-cn-dqst-assault