Terrible depravity at elementary school in Texas

Terrible depravity at elementary school in Texas

There was a time when schoolteachers – especially in elementary schools – had to have moral integrity as well as academic knowledge in order to teach children. People of a certain age remember that. But those days are gone. Unfortunately, most parents either don’t realize it or don’t care.

The Blackshear Elementary School is a “magnet” public school in in Austin, Texas, that describes itself as a  “fine arts academy.”

Last year gave a disturbing tip from a local parent. The Blackshear Elementary School had invited an Austin-area Drag Queen, David Lee Richardson, aka “Miss Kitty Litter,” to read to the children in the school library.

Two months earlier, “Miss Kitty Litter” had been revealed to be a convicted male prostitute. “Miss Kitty Litter” had been doing “Drag Queen Story Hour” events in the Austin Public Library system. Tracy even held a press conference at the Austin City Hall about the exposé.

How did a “Drag Queen” who is a convicted prostitute also get into the Blackshear Elementary School? What is going on? Was there a background check?

A FOIA request yielded quite a bit of information. It was discovered that Roger Grape, the school librarian for the past seven years (who calls himself the “Guybrarian”) was the person behind inviting Miss Kitty Litter to the library.

It was also learned that Grape knew that Miss Kitty Litter had a criminal record. But he still wanted to take every step possible to get him into the children’s library anyway. (He also attempted to invite additional Drag Queen performers to read to the children, according to the FOIA material.)

In fact, the pair even exchanged numerous text messages about the situation. First, Richardson acknowledges to Grape that he might not pass a background check at all because of his prior conviction.

well-being of the children, Grape instead suggests that there might be a loophole for Richardson, which he is happy to do: "If you have been given a deferred adjudication, then a judge had not technically found you guilty."

Deferred Adjudication in Texas means that the defendant pleads guilty to the crime, but the judge "defers" a guilty verdict and instead gives him probation. It is technically not considered a conviction, even though the court agreed that the evidence was against him and he admitted that he did it.

Lo and behold, Richardson passed the background check, even though Grape knew about his prostitution past, and Tracy had publicly announced it at a City Hall press conference.

The Drag Queen library reading event was scheduled during “LGBTQ+ Pride Week” at the elementary school. The fact that an elementary school would have such an event reflects the mindset of the people running things. It was apparently a district-wide promotion in the Austin schools.

A letter to the Blackshear Elementary parents was sent (or emailed) by “Mr. Grape, Guybrarian” about the upcoming ”LGBTQ+ Pride Week” reading event. He invited the parents to come and join their children at the event at the school library.

Classes would be coming into the library for the reading. The letter did not mention that a Drag Queen would be involved, but simply said guest readers would be coming in to read to the children. 

It turns out that “guest readers from the LGBTQ community” referred to the two people who would be reading: (1) the Drag Queen and (2) an Austin School District Library Coordinatornamed Jenny Wren Pennington. Not surprisingly, Pennington is also an officer of the Texas Library Association “Queers and Allies Roundtable.”

We were able to get a list of the books that were read to the children that day. The books all normalized and promoted LGBT behaviors to children:

“Julian is a Mermaid” – About a boy who dresses in girl’s clothes to be a “mermaid”

“Red: A Crayon’s Story” –  Introduces the concept of sex-change to children

“They, She, He, Me: Free to Be!” – Introduces “gender fluidity” and “gender pronouns” to children

“Neither!” – Introduces LGBT concept of “not fitting in” to children

Roger Grape, the elementary school “Guybrarian,” certainly appeared to be a fairly aggressive LGBT activist. But it’s actually far worse than that.

Grape is a very prominent member of a local Austin BDSM (bondage and sado-masochism) and sexual fetish organization called Austin Gears.

Roger Grape is a major figure in the group. Here’s how the website describes him: "Roger...can often be found flogging men at Gear Night."

“Flogging men at gear night” at a BDSM fetish club? That’s a pretty interesting hobby for an elementary school librarian.

Should a person like this be working around children? (And why would he want to? The answer to the second question is in the larger issue of the homosexual movement's near-universal obsession with children and public schools.)

Shockingly, according to the FOIA material received, Roger Grape has been an elementary school teacher since 2004, and has been the librarian at Blackshear Elementary since 2013. Clearly, the school district would have been able to see his BDSM/fetish activities in any cursory background check. None of this is hidden.

The disturbing fact is that the school officials – including the principal, Superintendent, and School Board members – don’t really see his bizarre activities as a problem.

Final thoughts: It’s much worse than people realize

Most people don’t realize that this general problem has been in schools across the country for a long time. And it is far worse than anyone imagines.

Over the past few decades, many groups have exposed enormous amounts of graphic and explicit LGBT programs, assemblies, course material, and library books targeting schoolchildren as young as Kindergarten age.

As much as this horrifies and outrages parents, they soon discover that teachers and administrators support it and have no problem at all with it. In fact, parents who even criticize it are usually met with disdain, hostility, and methodical intimidation.

From top to bottom, schools have attracted a frightening generation of employees.