Kirk Cameron defied California COVID guidelines twice recently while helping to gather hundreds of people for in-person Christmas caroling.
Over the past weekend, the "Growing Pains" star teamed up with an organization called Sing It Louder USA to protest California's stay-at-home orders, which have been implemented to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Kirk first partnered with the org on Dec. 6. He was among several hundred people who gathered in a mall parking lot to belt out some holiday classics. Almost no one was wearing a mask. On Dec. 13, Kirk and the org did the same thing again, and more people showed up. Again, judging by social media videos, few of the carolers were wearing masks.
"Christmas in Community!" the actor captioned a video from the second event. "Peaceful Protest in Song!"
California is in the midst of the largest coronavirus surge the state has seen. The stay-at-home order will remain in place until a state region's projected ICU capacity meets or exceeds 15 percent.
In a video from after the first event, an unapologetic Kirk said, "Have you ever sung Christmas carols by candlelight at a time where your state governor has prohibited you from doing that? … People had such a great time. It lifted our spirits. Over 500 people gathered in our local community for this peaceful protest."
According to TMZ, police were notified of the gatherings that defied state ordinance, but officers simply educated folks on the importance of mask-wearing and left.
No arrests were made.