Posted @withrepost • @awaiting.the.king If it's okay for #dragqueens to host #storyhour, what about #prostitutes? At one #AustinTexas #elementary #school, students got both! In what some parents are calling "a sign of things to come" under the city's #radical new #sexed, the kids at Blackshear Fine Arts Academy had an unexpected visitor -- with an even more unexpected background.
But as shocked as #parents were to learn that "Miss Kitty Litter ATX" was a convicted #criminal, they were even more horrified to find out that the #schooldistrict knew it!
That's the most astonishing revelation from the open records request that #TexasValues filed. Thanks to internal communications between Miss Kitty Litter (real name David Robinson) and the school #librarian Roger Grape, moms and dads now know that not only did Blackshear expose their #children to this wild and #deviant ideology but to a #felon too!
In texts to Grape, David admitted that he might not pass the school #backgroundcheck. "the guidelines for submission automatically disqualify me if the deferred adjudication for prostitution is considered a conviction... so I don't know if [it's] #ethical to submit."
So either the school didn't go through with the background check -- or ignored it altogether. Either option is equally distressing. "According to emails sent to parents," Texas Values points out, "the reading event was scheduled to take place at 11 a.m. and all readers had been screened by Austin ISD." No one knows what that #screening could've possibly entailed, since an #arrest and conviction are the first things a basic search would uncover.
Or maybe Austin officials don't see the problem in bringing in a man who sells himself for sex as an acceptable guest speaker. Based on their latest #curriculum decisions, which are stunningly #pornographic, it wouldn't surprise us.
Just as startling, the records from the October 7th day when Robinson came to school show that neither he nor the school were in any hurry for him to leave. Dressed head-to-toe as a woman, he walked through the doors at 7:25 a.m. and didn't leave until the bell almost rang at 2:11 p.m.
Why was he there for so long? No one seems to know.