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Episode 363 – Moloch’s Minion, Lil’ Miss Hot Mess

 

Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – Would you believe there are now drag queens that are teaching children in kindergarten how to be drag queens?  [mocking] “Mitter Church, please, you’re making that up.”  No, I’m not.  Check out today’s transcript for the rest….

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Mike:  Here’s another one you would never believe in America.  Would you believe there are now drag queens that are teaching children in kindergarten how to be drag queens?  [mocking] “Mitter Church, please, you’re making that up.”  No, I’m not.  This is supposedly Channel 4 news.  I’m not sure what town this is in.  Mr. Jeff Johnson sent me this video yesterday.  I didn’t play it.  Let me describe the scene if you haven’t seen it.  This is a daycare somewhere, or a nursery school.  I don’t even know what they call it.  What do they call groupthink schools for three-year-olds, where you send them to be a good, little, obedient nanopods?

Male:  Pediatric penitentiary.

Mike:  I’m going to play the video audio for you.  “Drag Queen Story Hour is fantastic because it addresses all of these issues of gender fluidity.”  This is a hideously, disgustingly ugly man dressed as an even more hideously ugly, disgusting female.  There are children gathered all around in what is obviously a daycare or kindergarten or whatever kind of setting there.  You can see the bookshelves on the wall filled with very large books, meaning those are kids’ books.  There are parents gathered around.  You can see the parents holding infants in the background.  There’s one dad who’s got his child right in front of him and he’s doting over his daughter.  My old friend who writes for The Federalist, DC McAllister, got this right a year and a half ago.  This is child abuse.  This is flat-out, straight-up, 100 percent Grade A American USLGBTQ-certified child abuse.  If you didn’t believe the dentures clip –

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Rep. Louise Slaughter: I even have one constituent – you will not believe this, and I know you won’t, but it’s true – her sister died. This poor woman had no denture. She wore her dead sister’s teeth, which of course were uncomfortable and did not fit. Do you ever believe that in America that that’s where we would be?

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Mike:  Did you ever believe that in America you would hear this?

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Lil’ Miss Hot Mess: Who wants to be a drag queen when they grow up? [reading a book] I’m a girl. I’m a girl. [screen caption] “Lil’ Miss Hot Mess is reading to children at the Brooklyn Public Library.” [singing] The hips on the drag queen go swish, swish, swish. Swish, swish, swish. Swish, swish, swish.

Kat Savage [library employee]:  Drag Queen Story Hour is fantastic because it addresses all of these issues of gender fluidity and self-acceptance and all of these topics that are real, are very, very real.

Lil’ Miss Hot Mess: Do you get it? Everyone thinks that this girl is a boy because she’s a little bit of a tomboy. [screen caption] “Negative comments about the Brooklyn Library Programme have been posted online.” But those are people who think that gay people are sinful or evil or, you know, bad to begin with so we are sort of just starting from such different places that it’s kind of irrelevant to me. [screen caption] “Drag Queen Story Hour is popular among the parents and children at the library.”

Parent: It was great. So much energy. [speaking to child in arms] “Did you like it?”

Young Child: Yeah.

Parent: You know, that’s what I’m looking for in all of our outings, is to present different ways of being in the world and make that fun and available to my kid.

Lil’ Miss Hot Mess: [singing] The hands on the drag queen go jazz, jazz. All through the town.

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Mike:  Folks, if I had not seen this, I would never have believed it but there they were.  You can watch this video.  The video is in the chatroom.  Watch it for yourself.  Ladies and gentlemen, do you know what’s happening out there right now?  God is out in between – he and Our Lady of Fatima and Our Lord are hanging out in between Jupiter and Mars.  God the Father is saying to God the Son and to Our Lady: Which one of you wants to pick the killer asteroid?  Which one of you wants to pick the drag-queen-destroying asteroid?  Maybe Jesus is going: Ooh, ooh, pick me!  Maybe God’s going: When I destroy it this time, I want it to have a feminine touch.  Mother Mary, why don’t you pick?

Somebody reminded me the other day, why did God bring the flood?  Well, I’ll tell you why.  If you’ve read this, then you already know this.  I’m not breaking any news here.  It is recorded in the Book of Genesis that men were procreating with beasts.  There’s no description of beasts.  Some people think it was men procreating with demons, Nephilim.  I’m not sure that’s possible because angels – even though they can take physical form, they can’t take human form.  They may look like humans.  Man was monkeying around with the biological procreative process.  We do know that.  God said: I won’t have this.  No, Man, you’re not going to do this.  You’ve got to hear this one more time.  Again, this is Channel 4 news in Manhattan.

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Lil’ Miss Hot Mess: Who wants to be a drag queen when they grow up? [reading a book] I’m a girl. I’m a girl. [screen caption] “Lil’ Miss Hot Mess is reading to children at the Brooklyn Public Library.” [singing] The hips on the drag queen go swish, swish, swish. Swish, swish, swish. Swish, swish, swish.

Kat Savage [library employee]:  Drag Queen Story Hour is fantastic because it addresses all of these issues of gender fluidity and self-acceptance and all of these topics that are real, are very, very real.

[end audio clip]

Mike:  What do you see behind Lil’ Miss Hot Mess?  There’s a black guy back there with a camera smiling and taking video.  There’s one, two, three, four, five, six, seven adults looking on at Lil’ Miss Hot Mess, a drag queen, with a bunch of two- and three-year-olds gathered around at the Brooklyn Public Library.

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Lil’ Miss Hot Mess: Do you get it? Everyone thinks that this girl is a boy because she’s a little bit of a tomboy. [screen caption] “Negative comments about the Brooklyn Library Programme have been posted online.” But those are people who think that gay people are sinful or evil or, you know, bad to begin with so we are sort of just starting from such different places that it’s kind of irrelevant to me. [screen caption] “Drag Queen Story Hour is popular among the parents and children at the library.”

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Mike:  This is child abuse on parade.  These children are being told by Lil’ Miss Hot Mess the drag queen that they may reject their biological gift, male or female.  To add insult to injury – you know what’s amazing to me?  My daughter Madison, when she was little, her mother decided she was going to watch Stephen King’s It, the TV miniseries.  Maddie stumbled into the room one day.  Of course, the star is a clown.  She somehow watched part of an episode of It.  From that day forward she has been mortified by clowns, and many kids are.  Everybody doesn’t love a clown.  John Wayne Gacy dressed up as a clown.  When you see Lil’ Miss Hot Mess, what do you see?

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Parent: It was great. So much energy. [speaking to child in arms] “Did you like it?”

Young Child: Yeah.

Parent: You know, that’s what I’m looking for in all of our outings, is to present different ways of being in the world and make that fun and available to my kid.

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Mike:  Present different ways of being in the world?  I’ve got an idea.  Why don’t we present different ways of being in the world as a serial killer?  Why don’t we make that fun?  How about that?  I’ve got an idea.  I’ve got it.  Let’s make serial killing great again.  Come on, folks, we haven’t had a good serial killer in years.  There hasn’t been a Bundy.  There hasn’t been a Gacy.  There hasn’t been a Zodiac.  We haven’t even had a fiction novel written.  Where did the Silence of the Lambs guy go when we need him?  What America needs right now is to make serial killing great again, because we need to make all the things of the world great.  Some things cannot be made beautiful.  On the surface you look at them and see they’re not beautiful.

Let me describe for you radio listeners out there what Lil’ Miss Hot Mess looks like.  This is going to test all of my communication skills.  Lil’ Miss Hot Mess has a curly afro-style blonde wig that looks kind of like a clown wig.  The hair stands out about 12, 14 inches from its head.  Its eyebrows have been covered with a shade of glitter blue paint.  Fake eyebrows have been painted on top.  She’s wearing shimmering – it is wearing, he is wearing shimmering magenta lipstick.  He’s very well made up, airbrushed and everything.  He is also wearing a fake set of breasts.  I can tell because they are protruding very prominently from under the smock, if you will.  The silver glitter tunic is adorned with a ginormous, beautiful puffy cloud.  There are two of them side by side as a matter of fact.  Arcing in between the two beautiful, wispy, puffy clouds that all kids love is a rainbow.  There are little puffy cloud rainbows adorning the rest of Lil’ Miss Hot Mess’s superhero costume, transgender superhero costume.

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Lil’ Miss Hot Mess: [singing] The hands on the drag queen go jazz, jazz. All through the town.

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Mike:  Channel 4 News had to have known that this thing was going to go viral.  I can tell you that over 800,000 have now watched the video.  How many of them do you think actually got what’s going on here, which is children being trained to be good little soldiers of Moloch, the baby eater, and to, from the earliest age possible, learn to reject the natural order?  If you reject the natural order, what are you also then doing?  You’re rejecting the creator of the natural order.  We call him God.  The supernatural created the natural.  Straight-up, 100 percent child abuse.  Nothing short, nothing less.

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