These Banks Promoted Drag Show Events For Children

( The Boise Pride Festival, which took place last week from Sept. 9-11, was sponsored by several banks and featured drag performances by children, according to Breitbart. The even a part of the festival was called “Drag Kids on Stage.”

“You have watched the queens and kings, now it’s time to see the kids,” the description of the event read. It reads that children aged 11-18 will be performing and that it will be a “drag show like no other.”

The event was sponsored by several notable banks, including Wells Fargo, Target, Hewlett-Packard, and CitiBank.

Wells Fargo has reportedly boasted of its support of transgenderism, saying that it has marched in over 50 pride parades. They have also offered customers the chance to get their credit cards illustrated with the pride flag or transgender flag. Their website notes that they have supported “key LGBTQ organizations through financial and volunteer resources, including HRC, Point Foundation, The Trevor Project, and Out & Equal Workplace Advocates.”

Banks were not the only institutions that sponsored the festival. Sponsorships also came from corporations such as T-Mobile, Zion Bank, the Blue Cross of Idaho, Gilead, Albertsons, and Intuit, and alcoholic companies such as Tito’s, Jack Daniel’s, Smirnoff, Mike’s Hard Lemonade, and Rey Azul.

“Come and cheer them on as they bring drag to the younger generation,” the description continues. The festival also highlighted a “drag story time.”

“Stories read by some of your favorite Drag Queens and Kings,” the description read. “Come gather up close to the stage and enjoy story time from Kenni The Doll, Celeste Lotsaheart, and Dante Diamante.”

The transgender ideology has infected both parents and children, sometimes even physically. Research by the controversial Twitter account LibsOfTikTok showed that Boston Children’s Hospital has been performing irreversible procedures on children, like hysterectomies, which is the permanent removal of a woman’s reproductive system.