The book banners are going after bookstores now.
Libraries weren't enough for them.
They want to censor your books, pure and simple.
According to a Facebook post, Virginia state Del. Tim Anderson, an attorney, and his client Tommy Altman, a congressional candidate in the district around Virginia Beach, are suing Barnes and Noble, a private business, in order to restrict your access to books that don't fit their political and religious beliefs.
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Of course, he stands to financially profit from his lawsuit as well as use it to politically grandstand for his client's campaign for public office. If elected, we're sure Tommy Altman will continue to use the government to dictate which books Americans like you are allowed to read.
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This should be an alarm bell for millions of Americans like you who support the First Amendment and believe that it is not the government's job to regulate private businesses based on religious or political ideologies. These attacks on reading and free expression are intended to make themselves a profit and simply score a few cheap political points.
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