Moms for Liberty co-founder Tiffany Justice went viral last weekend when her MSNBC interview with Joy Reid set off fireworks across social media.
LoopCast’s Erika Ahern sat down with Justice to discuss schoolboards, so-called book “bans,” institutionalized Marxism, and the genesis of Moms for Liberty.
Justice is a mother of four and entered into local politics in 2016 when she ran and was elected to the Indian River County schoolboard in Florida. “I’m not asking parents to do anything I haven’t done,” she quipped.
“All politics is local,” Justice stated as she discussed the beginnings of Moms for Liberty.
Justice explained that Moms for Liberty’s ultimate goal is the organization of people and local communities to support one another in the political fight for parental rights.
“We are engaging a whole new group of people into politics and getting involved in their community and that’s what winning looks like.”
But the fight for parental rights in the public school system and empowering parents serving on their local school board doesn’t end there.
“We’re building an army on the ground to support those candidates once they get elected into office.”
Justice also tackled accusations of “book banning” that the far left and institutionalized Marxists are using as a way to politically bludgeon parents and their rights.
“No one wants to ban books. Moms for Liberty is not interested in banning books,” Justice affirmed.