Lawyers for Kirk Cameron told a public library in Alabama that it is running afoul of the First Amendment by canceling a children’s reading event just days before Mr. Cameron and female swimming and women’s sports activist Riley Gaines were set to appear at the reading.

First Liberty sent a demand letter to the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library asking for a response by Friday after the library said Saturday’s event had to be canceled due to security concerns. The library made its announcement Thursday — just two days ahead of the planned gathering.

According to First Liberty, the room at the library had been reserved for 250 people to attend the Brave Books event and canceling it at the last minute suggests there’s viewpoint discrimination being exercised against Mr. Cameron and his publisher Brave Books. (Excerpt from The Washington Times.)


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