A drag queen PRINCIPAL with a history of sex crimes?
This story is absolutely insane
As national outrage over the rising popularity of drag performances for children continues to rise, an Oklahoma elementary school principal has come under fire over his side gig as a drag artist and history of child sex crimes.
Shockingly, the board of trustees to Western Heights Public Schools was aware of Shane Murnan’s history when they hired him, and has staunchly defended doing so.
After the social media account Libs of TikTok exposed Murnan’s incredibly questionable personal history, the district defended his employment.
“We understand the situation may cause concerns and questions among parents, staff, and community members,” the district said in a statement, insisting that “usual hiring practices” were followed and that a felony background check had been performed.
Parents are now threatening to pull their children out of the school district.
Reduxx reports that while Murnan has been working in education for 25 years, somehow his arrest for possession of drugs and child sexual material, as well as separate charges of drunk driving, never effected his career in the public school system.
“This afternoon, the Board of Education approved the hiring of Dr. Shane Murnan for the position of Principal at John Glenn Elementary School. The district recently learned about previous office charges that were dismissed more than 20 years ago,” the school district wrote on Facebook in June when he was hired.
“Dr. Murnan has been serving the field of education for over 25 years and has an excellent reputation.. It is highly recommended by previous supervisors, colleagues and educators.”
This “reputation,” Reduxx explains, was somehow never marred by his 2002 felony charges over images in his possession that appeared to show children engaged in sex acts (the charges were later dropped, although a judge nonetheless confirmed he doubtlessly was in possession of child sexual abuse material). Murnan resigned from his position as a teacher at Will Rogers.
It was around this time that he began performing in drag under the stage name Shantel Mandalay.
The long-awaited sequel to Mel Gibson’s legendary film, Passion of the Christ is set to begin filming next year, according to reports.
This comes on the heels of Passion star Jim Caviezel’s smash-hit, Sound of Freedom.
Like Sound of Freedom, the original Passion of the Christ, which depicts the suffering and crucifixion of the Lord Jesus Christ, was a surprise success when it originally premiered in 2004.
Spurned by major studios, CBN News recounts, director Mel Gibson funded the film himself with just $30 million, yet the film would go on to bring in $612 million and become one of the most successful independent films of all time.
The sequel, The Passion of the Christ: Resurrection, has been in the early stages of development for 10 years but is now listed on IMDB as “In-Production: Expected 2024.”
The same Planned Parenthood in Illinois appears to have injured two women during abortion procedures in less than two weeks — and 911 tapes reveal the shocking reluctance of staffers to tell dispatchers what had happened or where the emergency was even located.
Live Action reports that the abortion facility in Flossmoor, Illinois was incredibly evasive when calling in the emergencies, which involved a woman suffering from seizures and severe bleeding, respectively, both following an abortion.
Operation Rescue obtained the audio from the calls, which were placed on July 13 and July 25.
In the first call, the 911 dispatcher managed to identify the facility as Planned Parenthood but when she repeated the address to the facility’s staffer that was placing the call, the staffer replied “Actually no, but that’s OK,” and refused to give the correct address.
“You don’t have any place to send?” the dispatcher asked, but received no reply. “Hello?” she prompted further.
Reluctantly, the Planned Parenthood staffer replied, “Yes, that would be correct.”
She then struggled to articulate the nature of the emergency, describing it as a “code abortion.”
“Uh, we do have a patient, that she, um, code, um, abortion,” the staffer said. “And I think she’s kind of having a seizure, but she thinks she’s OK. So, I’m not sure.”
In the call placed on July 25, another staffer used the same cryptic description for the emergency, “code abortion,” when asked by a dispatcher what was wrong with the patient.
After asking five times to elaborate on the nature of the emergency, the dispatcher finally got an answer from the abortion facility staffer.
“So, it’s post-abortion,” she said. “They’re having some uncontrolled bleeding from the cervix.”
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