Mom who paraded drag queen son all over media goes ballistic when critics post his picture

In 2018, a questionable mother started parading her 11-year-old son on the media circuit seemingly oblivious to what many consider child abuse until one conservative posted a screen grab of the child from YouTube causing her to meltdown.

Desmond Napoles (aka Desmond is Amazing) appeared on “Good Morning America” and “RuPaul’s Drag Race” as well as just about any other media outlet that would allow the child to be pimped to them. At the time “Good Morning America” got hammered for letting the young drag queen appear on the show. A year later, Reuters featured the boy on its “Best of 2019” list as an LGBT activist.

“Best of 2019: Eleven-year-old LGBT activist and runway model Desmond Napoles, also known as ‘Desmond is Amazing’, wants to inspire children to be themselves,” Reuters proudly tweeted.

The mother reveled in all the attention her confused son was getting until a conservative writer did a post using a screengrab image from a YouTube video. She suddenly became offended and screamed about copyright infringement on Twitter over the picture that featured Desmond with a drag queen joking about doing ketamine. The social media platform unbelievably removed the image.

An account on Twitter called Political Sock explained the whole stupifying ordeal.

“You remember the child who dresses in drag and performs under the name ‘Desmond is Amazing’? I have weird update. First, some background. This @BlueBoxDave article in @FDRLST from 2020. (Note, I intentionally removed the image associated w the link.),” he tweeted.

“Even before the young boy was seen with an adult drag queen who joked about doing ketamine, there was already obvious controversy about him, as reported by
@realDailyWire Note that the kid’s mom, Wendy Napoles is featured in this article,” Political Sock commented.

“Now, flash forward to June 2022. I sent this tweet. You might notice an image is now missing from my June tweet. That is because sometime recently, Napoles reported me to Twitter for alleged COPYRIGHT violation,” he asserted.

He went on to show how the image was redacted from his tweet.

“What was the offending, allegedly copyrighted image? Well, even I can’t see it now, but I’m all but certain it was a screenshot of the Federalist article title and featured image. Here it is, with the image redacted,” Political Sock noted.

“The image of Desmond was just a screen capture from videos previously posted to the internet, as Marcus reported: ‘The clips, first reported on by The Post Millennial, appeared on YouTube in July of 2018 and December of 2017,’” he stated, referring to the author, David Marcus, at The Federalist who first reported on the Ketamine incident.

Then he gets to the heart of the matter by reporting that the mom claimed the picture that originated on Facebook Live was her private work.

“But Napoles reported to Twitter that this photo is allegedly her private work. She puts her kid in drag attire and makeup on Facebook Live, but the a screen cap isn’t fair game for social commentary? (Actually, it is fair game.),” Political Sock contended.

“So, Desmond’s mom got me temporarily suspended from Twitter for the offense of posting an image from The Federalist. Which was from her own live video post. I now have a ‘strike’ against my account, and the only way to fight this w Twitter is to give Napoles MY name & info. Nope,” he went on to state.

Then he went on to vent over the absurdity of it all.

“But it gets better. You know who the CREEP is in this? Is it the hyper-gendered grown men joking about rape drugs with a hyper-gendered young boy? Is it the mom who seemingly markets her son to howls of applause at gay clubs? Nah. It’s us, for noticing,” Political Sock wrote.

“In fact, she called *me* ‘slightly perverted’ for linking to the video where her son mimics using drugs with an adult drag queen who just mentioned a sexual assault drug. I have to imagine she was there! Here is Ms. Napoles’ note,” he tweeted showing what she said.

He then explained that he would not fight her on the issue for numerous reasons.

“Because she filed the complaint, I now know her full name, address, phone number and the name of the LLC she started to profit (seemingly) off her boy. I won’t be sharing that information. No, Ms. Napoles, I won’t challenge your Twitter complaint & open my life up to your drama,” Political Sock continued.

“But damn, woman. Please stop parading your child around grown men like this. You are permanently damaging the young man. In a just society, the law would prosecute you and remove the boy to a loving foster home,” he concluded.

 

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