After nabbing Ann Coulter’s “How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must)” and Donald Trump’s “Crippled America,” he allegedly set them on fire in his backyard in December, live-streaming the blaze on Instagram, according to the Chattanooga Times Free Press.
Last week, the library fired him over the alleged incident, saying that he’d broken the rules by “improperly removing items from the Library’s collections.”
“The City of Chattanooga has policies in place to protect the public’s interest, and we follow those directives,” Corinne Hill, the Chattanooga Public Library’s executive director, said in a statement to The Washington Post.
Williams, though, maintains that he did not break any rules. Instead, he said, city and library officials pushed back especially hard on him due to his prominent role leading racial justice protests in Chattanooga.
“This is not the…