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Children Desperately Try to Hide Faces as Parents Drag Them to Drag Queen Church Service Luncheon

by | Sep 10, 2022

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Last December, The Dissenter reported that an institution masquerading as a “church” allowed a drag queen to take the pulpit to indoctrinate children and then hold a “prayer time” with them. As the man dressed in risque flamboyant clothing sat with the children, he taught them all about how the Lord Jesus Christ lived a perfect life and died in their place on the cross so that they could live.

Just kidding, no he didn’t. Instead, he taught them how they could blaspheme God by rebelling against his design for sexuality and gender and then attempted to explain to them how God would be pleased by their behavior.

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The epidemic of parents handing their children over to sex perverts and calling it “church” is a growing problem in our society. In conjunction with Casper Pride, the United Church of Christ held a drag queen church brunch for families on June 13. At around the 2:00 mark below, you can see these kids trying to hide their faces, completely disinterested in what these circus clowns are trying to teach them, as their parents try to comfort them and keep them focused. Throughout the audience, there are several children.

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