Liberals Fume After Conservative Mamas Win Big & Are Saving America

It’s not the Republicans in DC saving the country it is conservative mothers around the country.

From sea to shining sea, conservative mamas are winning school board races with very little coordination and funding. As school push CRT, pronoun usage, furries, and co-ed bathrooms moms are mobilizing.

During the August primary vote in Florida, 13 school boards flipped to conservative majorities. Conservative pollster and one of the heads of the 1776 Project Pact that help communities dump liberal school boards touted their success.


If there was one good thing about the pandemic, it really woke up parents and gave them insight into what was going on inside the classroom.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis was also part of the effort noting that 25 of the 30 candidates he endorsed won.

It was stories like the ordeal father Wendell Perez told that have caused moms to mobilize. Perez said that Clay County School District secretly “transitioned” his 12-year-old daughter and never told him.

Social media companies have locked out groups like Moms for Liberty because they have been successful in rallying parents.

National Review reported:

Twitter suspended the parental-rights organization Moms for Liberty on Monday for posting a tweet that accused backers of a California “gender-affirming healthcare” bill of endangering children by facilitating out-of-state tourism for youth gender-transition treatments. The tweet, which is no longer visible on the site, read: “Gender dysphoria is a mental health disorder that is being normalized by predators across the USA. California kids are at extreme risk from predatory adults. Now they want to ‘liberate’ children all over the country. Does a double mastectomy on a preteen sound like progress?”

The group is refusing to delete the post and has not been allowed back on the platform.

Tiffany Justice, one of the leaders of Moms for Liberty, explained the school boards only have themselves to blame.

“Parents were not embraced. They went to school boards and spoke. They sent emails. And so people will ask me, you know, what was it that really ignited parents’ concern? All of these things made them worried,” she said. “But the biggest thing was going to elected officials and to these school board bodies and then being ignored, having mics cut off and parents saying, wait a second, we’re talking about the most important thing in my life, my child, and I’m telling you that I’m concerned about some things that are happening with them, and you’re ignoring me.”

School board flips have also been successful in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Tennessee, and Texas.