Milwaukee judge who was president of org that promotes Drag Queen Story Hour busted for child porn

Mar 18th

This guy is a Milwaukee judge, gay "longtime LGBT advocate" with a husband and two adopted children, and was the president of Cream City Foundation, an organization that promotes and funds Drag Queen Story Hour events, until just months ago.

If you haven't heard of Drag Queen Story Hour, those are events in which, yeah, men dressed as women read books to little kids at public libraries.

Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Brett Blomme was arrested Tuesday on tentative charges of possession of child pornography, the state Department of Justice announced.

Blomme, 38, was taken into custody by special agents with the state Division of Criminal Investigation "following an investigation into multiple uploads of child pornography through a Kik messaging application account in October and November 2020," according to a statement.

A 44-page search warrant filed Friday by a DCI special agent said investigators found Blomme, using the name "dommasterbb," uploaded 27 videos and images containing child pornography. Two of the files were uploaded at a Milwaukee County government building, the search warrant said.

Cream City Foundation quickly scrubbed any mention of Blomme and Drag Queen Story Hour from their website, but, as they say, the internet is forever.

Aaand their list of "programs" before they scrubbed it:

They also pulled Blomme off their "about" page where he was honored as "Past President & CEO of Cream City Foundation":

According to Blomme's LinkedIn, he ran the org until August 2020 β€” when he assumed his position as judge:

Who would've ever thought that a guy obsessed with indoctrinating small children by sending men dressed outlandishly as women to read them books would be a sexual deviant who's into child porn?


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