Founder of Moms for Liberty: 'We are fighting for the survival of America'

Moms for Liberty founder Tiffany Justice says that her organization is fighting to save America by teaching children actual American history.
Mask, school board meeting, Schoolcraft, Michigan, Aug. 23, 2021

Moms for Liberty Founder Tiffany Justice explains the importance of having parents involved in the education system due to all the indoctrination taking place when it comes to teaching American history. 

"The parent revolution in America is here to stay," Justice said on "Just the News, Not Noise."  "We are fighting for the survival of America. We believe a generation of children who can't read and can't think critically is a big issue for the future of this country and for our children and grandchildren. We're going to fight really hard to reclaim public education. Nothing really matters if parental rights aren't recognized in this country."

California made headlines recently when a teachers union was caught ''monitoring'' parents who wanted to reopen schools when they were closed due to COVID.

"I think the teachers unions have become more and more politically active," Justice said in response to the California story. "From 2004 to 2016, their donations grew from $4.3 million to more than $32 million. And that was with about 94% going towards Democratic candidates or liberal causes."

Justice went on to explain that many of these progressive teachers and unions are attempting to rewrite the history that students are taught, which is why it is important for parents to be involved. 

"I just want all Americans to understand that they're trying to rewrite history," Justice stated. "Parents, it's really important for you to have your voices heard."

Justice concluded by saying that moms are getting more involved with politics these days.

"I think that moms in general are paying a lot more attention to politics than they ever have before," Justice explained. "They're talking to their friends about the things that matter to them. They're talking about the school closures, they're talking about the mental health concerns that they have with their kids. And they're looking for candidates that are going to really listen and hear them and not be shills for the teachers unions."