Nevada State Senator Honors Drag Queen For His Work With Kids

Brittany M. Hughes | July 8, 2022
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A Nevada state senator presented an official award to a drag queen for his work with local children at a public library.

Because it’s not enough to allow this kind of degeneracy – now, apparently, we have to honor it with government commendations.

According to the Washington Free Beacon, Nevada state senator Catherine Cortez Masto, a Democrat, issued a “certificate of commemoration” to drag queen "Miss Ginger Devine," who once described himself as a "Broadway loving, Project Runway watching, rainbow scarf wearing, footlong Subway sandwich eating faglicious homo.”

Why the award? Well, because Devine – whose real name is Christopher Daniels – spends his free time reading books to little kids at the local library. In full drag regalia, of course.

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He also runs a blog called “Confessions of a Drag Queen,” in which he’s openly told parents concerned about sexually explicit discussions in public school classrooms to “get over it,” and once detailed getting into a verbal fight with a 10-year-old at a roller skating rink over a disagreement about Cyndi Lauper. Oh, and he also dubbed drag queens “God's sacred messengers on this earth.”

Interestingly, the Free Beacon notes Masto’s office issued the award about as nondescriptly as possible, sending a staffer to present the certificate and not acknowledging it on social media. Her office also reportedly didn’t respond to the Free Beacon’s request for comment on the matter, which might have something to do with Masto facing a tough reelection bid in November.

Guess the drag queen's outta the wig, now.

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