(PartiallyPolitics.com) – On Saturday, August 5, the first nationwide “See You at the Library” book reading event took place inspired by Kirk Cameron, a writer who had spoken in more than 260 libraries in 44 states sharing stories that are focused on faith, family, and American patriotism. The event received a lot of pushback.
Cameron revealed to Fox News Digital during a phone interview that the point of the event was to have the people take the “baton.” He proceeded to argue that both Christians and Conservatives have repeatedly claimed that they no longer have a seat at America’s cultural table, but with this event, a seat was added for them.
Publisher Brave Books shared how the spaces for the library events had been booked by parents and grandparents, community leaders and pastors, and many others. The initiative is also supported by many elected officials and senators, including Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla.
As part of the event, Riley Gaines is going to be speaking up about protecting children’s innocence in sports, while Cameron is also scheduled to travel to different libraries for book readings. Riley Gaines is a former University of Kentucky swimmer who has become one of the leading voices against allowing transgender athletes to join women’s sports.
Cameron told Fox News Digital that the progressive groups were doing exactly the same to push their agenda through organizing the communities. He argued that it was now time for them to do the same. As he stated they had both the numbers and better ideas, which was why they were calling families to join local public libraries and read Brave Books and other books that had virtuous messages.
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