Question for Drew Marzullo: Could this transgender groomer/creature be barred from BSA leadership?

In view of Drew's support for the new transgender movement (he was in Hartford just last week testifying in favor of a new law criminalizing a therapist from helping a confused child sort out his or her "gender" — the law was whooped through, and as of today, the therapist is only allowed to support a switch to an opposite sex — the only honest answer he can give is "no".

Parents may differ.

Until a few years ago, Professor Rachel McKinnon was a Canadian, and was also a male. Rhys McKinnon attended the University of Victoria in British Columbia, where he got a bachelor’s degree in philosophy in 2005. Sometime thereafter, Rhys McKinnon decided he was a “she,” so that by the time he/“she” received his/“her” Ph.D. at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, the name on the diploma was “Rachel Veronica McKinnon.”
Well, when in Canada, do as the Canadians do, I suppose, but somehow Professor McKinnon got hired to teach . . . in South Carolina???
Do taxpayers in South Carolina know what’s being done with their money? Do they know that this professor at the College of Charleston used Mother’s Day as an occasion to label parents as “abusive” if they aren’t “supportive” of sex-changes for their children?
“A word to the kids — the trans kids whose parents maybe don’t support them as much as we would hope. Unfortunately, this is too common. I want to give you some hope, though. I want you to know that it’s OK to walk away from unsupportive or disrespectful or even abusive parents, and I want to give you hope that you can find what we call your ‘glitter family,’ your ‘queer family.’ We are out there, and the relationships that we make in our glitter families are just as real, just as meaningful as our blood families. Also, you can reach out to me. You can email me. You can call me. We can Skype. I’m happy to talk, if you need someone to talk to.”

[The author of this linked-to article adds:]

Permit me to say, as a parent of six children, that if a demented freak like Rachel McKinnon ever tried to talk to any of my kids — “You can call me. We can Skype.” — I would not hesitate to call the police. Yet here is this weirdo on YouTube inviting “trans kids” to contact him/“her” for “support” as a member of the “glitter queer family,” and doing this as a professor on the payroll of a state college in South Carolina.

[And I add]:

Unless he's a complete hypocrite, Marzullo has to support "glitter Scout Masters". Good luck with your campaign, fella. 

Here's the law our state has passed, which Marzullo testified in favor of.