As you just read, the state of Maryland is prosecuting me for an alleged Robocall I conducted in 2014 over an openly gay politician’s position on transgender bathrooms.

As a man of faith, I was fighting for my Christian values . . . and now I’m fighting for my literal freedom!

My legal fight is about more than me.  It’s about OUR constitutional, God-given right of freedom of speech!

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"Rights Watch International, the non-profit arm of Grass Roots North Carolina, has filed suit in Forsyth County Superior Court against the City of Winston-Salem. The case, Childs et al v. City of Winston-Salem et al, is seeking a declaratory judgment and a permanent injunction against Winston-Salem over the city's park carry ordinance on the grounds that it exceeded its authority, is unconstitutionally vague, and violates both the North Carolina and US Constitution.

The plaintiffs in the case are Rights Watch International and four individuals - David Childs, David Phillips, Shannon West, and Christopher Hjelm - who are claiming injury from the Winston-Salem park carry ordinance. The defendants in the case are the City of Winston-Salem, its Department of Recreation and Parks, Mayor Allen Joines, and Recreation and Parks Director Timothy Grant. The two individuals are being sued in their official capacities."


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