It's the usual we've seen so often. A lawmaker is trying to sideline books that are used to build a case against the Christian Western tradition and the American democratic experiment. Books that push radically leftwing and liberal ideologies, heavy on debauchery and decadence, narcissism and nihilism, are also in the crosshairs. Of course he's a baddy for that.
If he were trying to topple statues of abolitionists, Founding Fathers, or ban the latest books, movies or television shows called offensive by a growing number of people who see whites the way Germans saw Jews in the 1930s, he would be praised and adored. That's the old liberal 'we start every game with game winning points' tactic. If you're not with us, you're already Nazi. If you're with us, there is no wrong you can do.
For my part, I'm OK with not trying to limit books in schools, within reason. A book that actually said Hitler was a good guy would have no place in my library, just like a book showing adolescents the glories of gay sex, group sex, or any sex for that matter. But as for books that advocate CRT, global warming, or other leftwing agendas? Bring them on. Just make sure they allow other sides to be given fair say - which is all post-war liberals ever said they wanted in the first place.