Gay Wisconsin Judge Who Ran Drag Queen Story Hour Arrested For Child Porn

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A homosexual judge from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, linked to the “Drag Queen Story Hour” in the city, has been arrested on child pornography charges.

Brett Blomme, a children’s court judge, was charged with seven counts of possessing child pornography on Wednesday. In the criminal complaint, Blomme, a gay man who lives with his husband and two adopted children, uploaded around 27 images and videos of sexual abuse of young boys to Kik, the messaging app notorious for being used by groomers and pedophiles.

Despite the fact that Blomme’s charges carry a mandatory minimum sentencing of 3 and a maximum of 15 years in prison per count, the judge was released on a $2,000 cash bail, on the conditions that he must not use social media or any file-sharing services, or have unsupervised contact with children, apart from his own. However, Child Protective Services are working to place his adopted children in another home.

Until August last year, alleged child pornography-consumer Blomme was the president and CEO of the Cream City Foundation, an organization that provides “Drag Queen Story Hours” to children in the city. Such activities involve men, dressed as flamboyant women, reading to very young children, and has been heavily astro-turfed and promoted by the left as a wholesome event in recent years.

The Cream City Foundation rapidly scrubbed Blomme from their list of past presidents following his child pornography charges, along with removing the page for the Drag Queen Story Hour. In a statement to the Daily Caller, the official Drag Queen Story Hour organization “condemned pedophilia” and said that they were “angry and outraged” with Blomme.

However, the events themselves are clearly linked to the sexualization of children. The official UK Drag Queen Story Hour Twitter was locked after posting “love has no age,” a pro-pedophilia message. In April 2019, two drag queens participating in the events in Houston were called out for being convicted child sex-offenders.

Despite these links, progressives aggressively shut down anyone who speaks out against them. In September 2019, a church in California was vandalized after their pastor criticized the events, while one Australian student in January of 2020 committed suicide following a mass online hate campaign after opposing the group.

Big Tech companies have also cracked down on criticism of Drag Queen Story Hour. National File reported last summer that a group for concerned mothers who were critical of the activity was removed from Facebook for alleged “transphobia,” while a Christian ministry with hundreds of thousands of likes repeatedly had their page removed after speaking out against it.