Moms for Liberty responds after being accused of getting 'Girls Who Code' books banned: 'Completely false'
Moms for Liberty accused an author of making a "false allegation" that they had helped an effort to get books from the "Girls Who Code" series banned from Pennsylvania public school libraries.
Moms for Liberty co-Founders Tina Descovich and Tiffany Justice denied the allegations in a press release.
"The allegations that Moms for Liberty has worked to ban ‘Girls Who Code’ are completely false," they said. "Furthermore, the Central York school district has confirmed the book is currently sitting on library shelves."
Pennsylvania's Central York School District, which was accused of banning the "Girls Who Code" likewise called the coverage "categorically false." The district provided Fox News Digital with the following timeline.