Drag Queens, Yes. Kirk Cameron, No. The Sad State of Our Country

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    Our children are having their heads filled with all sorts of confusing information. They’re being taught that gender is something that you can pick and choose. And they are receiving highly sexualized content because liberals think that drag queens are fun and entertaining.

    Our country is under attack and it’s as if no one notices.

    Drag queens are taking over reading hours in public libraries around the U.S. They’re allowed to read all sorts of inappropriate books to children under the age of 5.

    Okay, well, free speech and all. There just needs to be balance, right?

    Wrong.

    Kirk Cameron, the actor best known for his role as Mike Seaver on Growing Pains is also an evangelist. He has claimed, “We have to start fighting back.” He’s not wrong.

    And he’s been denied repeatedly when he’s tried to sign up at public libraries to read his new book.
    Are you confused? So are we.

    Drag queens are given the green light to read whatever they want to kids. It’s part of the LGBTQ indoctrination of our youth.

    The moment something wholesome and Christian tries to get introduced, public libraries are prickling.
    Cameron recently told Fox News Digital that at least 50 taxpayer-funded libraries have either ignored or denied his request to host a story hour for kids and their parents.

    All he wants to do is share a children’s book that celebrates faith and family.

    Nope. Perhaps if he was willing to go in drag to share the book, the responses would be very different.
    The fact that public libraries, funded by our taxpayer dollars, are denying Cameron’s request is more than a little unsettling. If we’re going to go far to the left with drag queens, we should be able to create balance by offering a Christian message, too.

    Even Tucker Carlson is asking the question…Why are libraries so scared of this book?

    One message that Cameron and his publisher received was from the Rochambeau Public Library in Providence, Rhode Island. They told him, “We are a very queer-friendly library. Our messaging does not align.”

    Hmmm. Do the taxpayers in that area know that is how the library identifies?

    A line has clearly been drawn.

    Only one type of message can be sent to our children. Drag queens are acceptable but Christians are not.

    It’s a dangerous message. I don’t know about you, but this is not the kind of message that I want my children to receive. No wonder the United States is such a mess right now.

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