TEXAS Bill Would Pay $$$ Bounty To Drag Show Informants

Mess with TEXAS. PLEASE!

Via The Advocate: A Texas Republican lawmaker proposed a bill allowing everyday people to sue anybody who hosts or performs in drag where any child is in attendance. Critics say the measure will create a bounty-hunting culture that targets drag queens and transgender people. Houston-area state Rep. Steve Toth filed HB 4378 on Thursday. He seeks to define “a cause of action for drag performances performed in the presence of a minor.” A winning plaintiff can expect to be paid actual damages, attorney’s fees, and statutory damages of $5,000.00.”

The bill would uses the same tactics as controversial 2021 SB 8 in Texas, which gave private citizens the right to sue anybody they thought could have been involved with any part of an abortion after six weeks of pregnancy.

Rep. Steve Toth an extremist GOP member of Congress also believes that it was long past time for the United States to invade Mexico. In 2021, Toth tried to restrict lessons on historical racism. And in October 2020, Toth teamed up with a notorious anti-LGBTQ activist in a failed bid to throw out 127,000 Houston-area votes made through their new drive-thru polling stations.

Perhaps we should all sue our parents for letting us watch Bugs Bunny. John Travolta, Robin Williams, Katherine Hepburn, Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, Flip Wilson, Milton Berle and the list goes on and on.


3 thoughts on “TEXAS Bill Would Pay $$$ Bounty To Drag Show Informants

  1. I understood that there’s a move, but a foot in Texas to separate itself from the rest of the United States. Good. Let them leave. Bon voyage and vaya con Dios.

  2. The last comment in this article, also paves the way for charges of childhood serial abuse to be also filed in conjunction with passage of the bill. As a a person who isn’t inclined toward such performances, I do feel it would violate our right to freedom of expression, and removes the responsibility from the parents to raise them to be responsible adults. This bill is deplotible in it’s scop, and since there are already laws on the books that covers lewd behavior in front of children, it makes this bill redundant. My two cents

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