A far-left transgender reporter was mocked and ridiculed after she inadvertently proved critics of Chelsea Clinton right after she criticized restrictions on controversial LGBTQ books in public schools.
Clinton waded into the contentious debate over inappropriate books about gender and sexuality in libraries meant for children, and a reporter from Media Matters for America came to her rescue.
"Over 50% of the attempted book bans last year involved books with LGBTQ+ characters & themes. Books are a vital way that children, adolescents and adults learn about themselves and our world. Bans such as these are nothing but harmful," Clinton tweeted with an article about the book restrictions.
In the thumbnail of the image was prominently displayed a controversial book entitled, "Gender Queer," a book that has been targeted by those opposing inappropriate LGBTQ books for children.
The book is described in the NBC News article as a chronicle of "nonbinary author Maia Kobabe’s journey of self-identity," but it doesn't mention a very graphic scene of oral sex in the book, a graphic novel.
The article does quote Kobabe as saying that the book's message is "vital" and "lifesaving" for some children, even though Kobabe admits that some parts are not appropriate for grade school children.
When Clinton was called out by Seth Dillon of the Babylon Bee, the Media Matters LGBTQ director reflexively defended her.
"Chelsea Clinton has come out in favor of porn for kids," tweeted Dillon.
"Weird way to tell us you’re yanking it to children’s books, Seth," responded Ari Drennen.
Dillon then posted a page of the very graphic sexual imagery from the book that Chelsea Clinton was supporting, and Drennen called it out for what it was.
"Imagine how sick and depraved you have to be to call this a children's book," replied Dillon.
"Hey Seth I think you meant this for my DMs, you just sent me an unsolicited drawing of a blowjob," Drennen tweeted.
"So your position is that you’re sexually harassing another man and you think *that* will go over better with your audience? Stop sending me this stuff Seth, it’s creepy," Drennen said in another tweet.
In 2021, the book was targeted by critics after it was found at the library of the Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia. The author defended the book by citing ancient Greek poetry and pottery art.
Here's more about the LGBTQ book controversy:
11-Year-Old SILENCES School Board As He Reads From DISTURBING Book Found In School Librarywww.youtube.com
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