REPORT: Activists in ‘disturbing’ outfits disrupt Kirk Cameron’s book event with children

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A group of drag queens and activists dressed in black and white showed up on Friday at the Fayetteville Public Library in Fayetteville, Arkansas, to protest actor-writer Kirk Cameron’s story time event for families and children, according to book publisher Brave Books, whose staff were present at the reading.

The drag queens blocked the views of some families and children and distracted others from the book reading and remarks from the stage, said Brave Books.

The publisher shared photos taken by staff on the scene.

Cameron told Fox News Digital, “The small group of protesters, which included some grown men wearing silly makeup, dressed in skirts and heels, pretending to be women, listened to the reading of a kids’ book about God’s view of gender called, ‘Elephants Are Not Birds.'”

“At the close of this sweet and funny story of a singing elephant named Kevin who was tricked by a vulture named ‘Culture’ into thinking he might be a bird, the reader then asked the 300 children, ‘Do you think elephants can be birds, even if they strap on silly wings and a beak?’

“In unison, and with great laughter, all 300 children confessed with gusto, No!'”

Cameron added, “I felt sad for the men in skirts. As it is written, ‘You have taught the little children to praise you perfectly. May their example shame and silence your enemies’” (Psalm 8:2).

Protestors were demonstrating due to the “hateful message” in the content of Cameron’s own children’s book, “As You Grow,” which, according to Fox News, “teaches kids about the fruits of the spirit, including love, joy, peace, patience, kindness and self-control.”

Brave Books, the conservative publisher of both books, told Fox News Digital in a statement, “It was such a joy seeing families and their kids enjoying such a great time with Kirk Cameron and his story hour.”

The publisher’s staff was “met with opposition from protesters who joined the story hour inside the library,” it said, adding that “some men dressed as women were wearing colorful outfits. Some had signs claiming we were spreading a hateful message.”

“Unfortunately, the little children in attendance were forced to see men dressed as women, men wearing bright rainbow colors and individuals with black and white paint covering their bodies,” the publisher added. “Many of these individuals were holding signs that were blocking the view of the kids and parents. It was a shame they decided to come out and disturb such a beautiful scene at the Fayetteville Public Library.”

Zac Bell, Brave Books’ chief of staff, said, “In coming to Fayetteville, Arkansas, we expected to get a ton of supportive Christian and conservative families to show up. What we did not expect was for a group of drag queens and activists to attend and walk up and down the event — giving the children in attendance the creeps.”

“What we did not expect was for a group of drag queens and activists to attend and walk up and down the event — giving the children in attendance the creeps.”

“Their dress was a weird sort of black gown clothing and they wore demonic-appearing face painting.”

Trent Talbot, the Texas-based CEO and founder of Brave Books, said, “We’ve been saying that the left is preying on our children, and they sheepishly try to gaslight us — calling us conspiracy theorists.”

“On Friday in Fayetteville, a group of drag queens dressed in demonic outfits showed up to a children’s book reading filled with conservative and Christian parents and their children.”

“All these drag queens wanted was to force disturbing views on these innocent kids. The left’s predatory behavior is just another conspiracy theory exposed as a fact.”

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  1. Amen…hopefully their parents just explained to them that those people just didn’t know elephants couldn’t be birds.

  2. One lesson these kids did learn from these Ringling bros and Barnum.& Bailey wanna bes is how SOME people are intolerant and disrespectful of others but these kids can use their OWN minds .Bless them.snd Cameron.


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