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John MacArthur’s Grace To You Executive Director Kicked Off Twitter for Drag Queen Comment

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Phil JohnsonGrace To You’s executive director and Grace Community Church elder, shared earlier this week that he was kicked off Twitter for making a comment regarding a drag queen working as an elementary school crossing guard.

The drag queen, who goes by the name Dixie Krystals, was featured as one of Denver Public Schools’ celebrity crossing guards for their National Walk & Roll to School Day, which took place on October 12.

The school celebrated the drag queen by featuring an image of the 20-plus year entertainer handing out raffle tickets to young children.

“Meet some more of the Denver #CelebrityCrossingGuards that kept our students safe at our schools this morning for National Walk & Roll to School Day. Thank you! #PedestrianSafetyMonth,” the school tweeted.

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Johnson told his Facebook followers, “I got kicked off Twitter for saying that the stationing of drag-queen crossing guards at elementary schools is state-sponsored grooming.”

John MacArthur‘s fellow church elder uploaded a screenshot of the tweet that Twitter deemed as “hate speech,” which said, “…gr**ming your kids, actually,” and linked to a Libs of TikTok tweet. The post included a video of a teacher sharing “five things you can do to make spaces more inclusive for LGBTQ+ students this year” and included the caption, “These are the people teaching your kids.”

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“I’m refusing to admit that this constituted harassment or a threat of violence against anyone,” Johnson said. “It was a statement of my moral convictions regarding a news story.”

“This is the first time Twitter’s woke police have harassed me. But it will constitute a permanent ban from Twitter if they persist in demanding that I plead guilty to the charge of hate speech,” Johnson said to conclude his Facebook post.