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The director of a Nashville area library has been removed from his position after his staff disrupted a kid’s story hour sponsored by actor Kirk Cameron, former college swimmer Riley Gaines, and “Duck Dynasty” personality Missy Robertson.
The Sumner County Library Board voted 4-3 on Wednesday to dump Hendersonville Public Library director Allan Morales from his job in the near northeastern suburb of Nashville, according to WTVF-TV.
Morales was removed after those involved in the event planned by Cameron and crew told fans and the media that the director’s staff walked around the area where the story hour was being held yelling, slamming books, playing loud music, and making purposefully disruptive noises during Cameron’s event which is a response to the hundreds of drag queen events being held in libraries across the nation.
Supporters of the left-wing library staff claimed that the accusations that they purposefully disrupted Cameron’s event spurred “harassment” and even “death threats” toward them after the event was concluded.
Sumner County commissioner Tim Jones, a Republican, also defended Morales saying that the director was not one of the staffers who disrupted the event. But Morales lost his job regardless. After all, he was the man in charge of the staffers who tried to ruin the event.
Still, the behavior of the staff was shockingly unprofessional, according to statements made after the event by “Duck Dynasty” cast member Missy Robertson.
Missy made her comments about the event in a podcast released on March 9 by her husband, Jase, and her father-in-law and famed “Duck Dynasty” cast member Phil Robertson.
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