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Biden Invites Drag Queen to White House Who Said, ‘Kids Are Out to Sing and Suck D!’


More has come to light regarding the past of the drag queen whom President Joe Biden invited to the White House for the “Respect for Marriage Act” signing this week, including a past tweet in which he said, “kids are out to sing and suck D!”

As Breitbart News reported on Monday, drag queen activist Marti Cummings celebrated being invited to the White House on Twitter and Instagram.

“To be a non binary drag artist invited to the White House is something I never imagined would happen. Thank you President & Dr. Biden for inviting me to this historic bill signing. Grateful doesn’t begin to express the emotions I feel,” Cummings tweeted while sharing a screenshot of the White House invite.


Since Cummings keeps his Twitter account private, his past statements had to be screenshotted by several users, one of which raised more than a few eyebrows.

“The kids are out to sing and suck D!” Cummings said in one tweet.

Another Instagram post featured Cummings posing with a child alongside several scantily-clad drag queens that featured the following caption: “he was so excited & said he wants to perform with us next year.”

Others pointed out several borderline pornographic videos that featured Cummings, one of which featured him talking about gay sex with as many as 52 men in a year (one per week).

On his website, Marti Gould Cummings bills himself as a “drag artist, television personality, and political figure.”

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“Throughout their nearly decade long drag career Marti has been a regular fixture in the nightlife world performing up to 6 regular shows a week,” his website states. “They have sold out concerts at 54 Below, Lincoln Centers Big Apple Circus, Dixon Place and regularly tour the world with Atlantis Cruises.”

“I love doing Drag Story Hour. Despite what conservatives say, this family friend event is a way to spread joy, teach acceptance & love,” he said in his Instagram post. “A way to bring people together. Kids just want to hear their favorite stories…keep spreading hate because I’m gonna keep spreading joy.”

In the wake of the Colorado Springs gay nightclub shooting, Cummings spoke at the Stonewall Inn where he hoped for a future when Drag Queen Story Hour would be allowed without fear of protest.

“We are living in unprecedented times and in historic times. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to live in unprecedented times or historic times,” he said. “I want to live in times where we can go to a queer space and not have to worry about a gunman showing up to take our lives. I want to live in a time when our kids can go to a library and see drag artists reading stories to them without the threat of the Proud Boys showing up to protest.”

Story cited here.

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