More information has emerged about the drag queen that President Biden invited to the “Respect for Marriage Act” signing last week, including a previous tweet in which he claimed, “kids are out to sing songs and suck D!”
Marti Cummings, Drag queen activist, celebrated her invitation to the White House on Instagram and Twitter on Monday.
“To be a non binary drag artist welcomed to the White House is something that I never dreamed would happen to me. Thank you for inviting me to this historic legislative signing, President Biden and Dr. Biden. Grateful doesn’t even begin to convey how I feel,” Cummings tweeted, with an image of the White House invitation.
Because Cummings keeps his Twitter account secret, numerous individuals had to screenshot his previous remarks, one of which raised many eyebrows.
“The youngsters are singing and sucking D!” Cummings stated in a tweet.
Another Instagram image showed Cummings standing with a child amid several scantily dressed drag queens, with the caption: “he was so delighted & said he would like to perform with us again next year.”
Others drew attention to a number of Cummings’ appearances in movies that were clearly pornographic, one of which showed him discussing homosexual sex with as many as 52 guys in a year (one per week).
Marti Gould Cummings has described himself as a “drag artist, political figure and media personality,” on his website.
Marti has been a constant presence in the nightlife sector for more than a decade, presenting up to six regular gigs a week. “They have sold out shows at 54 Below, Dixon Place, Lincoln Center’s Big Apple Circus, and travel the world with Atlantis Cruises on a regular basis.”
“I enjoy hosting Drag Story Hour. Regardless of what conservatives have to say, this family friendly gathering is a means to convey joy, educate acceptance, and love,” he said on Instagram. “A method of bringing people together. Children simply want to hear some of their favorite stories.”
Cummings spoke at the Stonewall Inn after the Colorado Springs gay bar shooting, expressing hope for a future in which Drag Queen Story Hour might be permitted without fear of protest.
“We are living in historic and unparalleled times. I do not want to live in historic or unparalleled times,” he remarked. “I want to live in times where we can go to a gay space and not have to worry about a shooter popping up to kill us. I want to live in a world where our children may visit a library and hear drag performers read to them without fear of the Proud Boys turning up to protest.”