Kirk Cameron is taking heat.
The 50-year-old “Growing Pain” Alum has taken ire from fans to host crowdfunding protests in Southern California, where cases of coronovirus are more epidemic.
Earlier this month, Cameron hosted what he called a “Christmas Caroling Peaceful Protest”, which drew large crowds in close quarters to sing Christmas carols together.
He planned the event in conjunction with Sing It Lauder USA to protest against the California government. Gavin Newsom’s order to stay at home that was put under the influence of the hospital’s intensive care units fell below 15% capacity.
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In an Instagram video, the actor claimed that “more than 500 people were gathered” for the first protests on December 6, before he held “protests” on December 13 in Thousand Oaks, California.
“If you love God, if you love Christmas and you love freedom, you don’t want to miss it,” he said in the video.
He also shared footage of Sunday’s protests during the incident, which showed a large crowd singing Christmas carols together.
In a video shared on social media, it appears that little was followed for safety recommendations such as social distance and face masks.
Two clips of the event attracted criticism from followers.
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“It’s one of the most irresponsible things I’ve seen lately,” one commented. “He knows that to do good and doeth not to do it, for him it is a sin …”
“Unbelievable,” the other wrote.
“No social disturbances and only a couple wearing masks? It’s so outrageous and depressing,” said a third. “This is not about your right to do so, it is currently crippled to death by Kovid-19 and an unwillingness to do what is right. It is a slap for health workers who treat everyone Trying to do that. Those who are at risk of it and they are doing the right thing. “
A fourth was added: “It’s too selfish. Looks like a super spreader party to me. Hopefully no one dies from it.”
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“Freedom and freedom are very fragile and they come with great responsibility,” Thousand Ox Mayor Claudia Bill-de la Peña told local outlet KABC-TV. “Continuing large ceremonies and ignoring all guidelines is, I think, unhhristian.”
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On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Times reported that fewer than 100 ICU beds are available in LA County.
Fox News has reached out to comment from Cameron’s representative.