Actor Kirk Cameron had no problem hosting drag queen stories for most children after more than 50 libraries rejected his attempts to visit and read his new faith-based book on Wednesday.
Cameron’s new book, Growing Up, “teaches children biblical wisdom through the seasons of life and the importance of cultivating the fruits of the spirit such as love, joy, kindness, patience, gentleness, self-control,” she said. “Tucker Carlson tonight.”
The Growing Pains star said a library in Alameda County, Calif., declined the offer and instead went ahead with planning what she described as a “gender reassignment clinic” over the weekend.
“I’m thinking, ‘Wow, if we’re committed to diversity, why am I being left out?’ Why can’t I use your facility to read my book? You are a library “”.
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She said the Providence, RI, library rejected another offer, while an employee told publisher Brave Books that they were “a very strange library; our messages don’t match.”
Cameron blamed left-wing, secular politicization for his experience with libraries.
“My understanding of history is that the family and the church are the two great pillars of Western civilization. “And those two things need to be removed and taken out of the way to fundamentally change the nation’s power structure and moral code of values.”
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However, the actor added that since news of his dozens of rejections surfaced, parents and other librarians have been contacting him or his publisher to request an appearance to read his book.
Cameron says that if parents have had a drag queen story hour, they should call their local library and demand that her faith-based book be given its own hour as well.
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“And if they say no, they may be breaking the law and they may be violating the Constitution, and they may be contacted by BraveBooks.com,” he said. “We give them free books and everything they need to turn that rejection into revitalization in the community.”
He later said that Christians should unite and oppose the secularization of society, where they are often told “no” in the public arena.
“We go home with our tails between our legs, crying at Chick-fil-A soup, waiting to be lifted, feeling bad about ourselves and saying, ‘Let’s invest in our kids and teach them the values we want them to have.'” rather than saying, let’s go home. learn.'”
Fox News’ Maureen Mackey contributed to this report.