In light of all the transgender madness going on these days, including drag queen performances and other LGBT indoctrination going on at public schools, libraries, and other places where children go, advocacy groups like Moms for Liberty are popping up all over the place to fight the onslaught. And the SPLC is taking aim at them by labeling them "hate groups" on its infamous "hate map."
Moms for Liberty, a Florida-based child advocacy group, found itself on the SPLC's hate map along with 11 other parental rights organizations, including several out of Virginia. With the new inclusion of these groups, there are now 1,225 organizations across America that the SPLC considers to be "hate groups."
The SPLC has a whole subcategory of hate groups called "antigovernment extremist groups" where these parental groups have found themselves. It is apparently an "antigovernment" stance these days to oppose the transgender mutilation of children and the abolition of biological sex, natural gender roles, parenting, and anything else not found at a "pride" parade.
"Schools, especially, have been on the receiving end of ramped-up and coordinated hard-right attacks, frequently through the guise of 'parents' rights' groups," the SPLC wrote in a report about why it chose to categorize these groups as such.
"These groups were, in part, spurred by the right-wing backlash to COVID-19 public safety measures in schools. But they have grown into an anti-student inclusion movement that targets any inclusive curriculum that contains discussions of race, discrimination and LGBTQ identities."
(Related: Did you know that the SPLC works hand in hand with ANTIFA to terrorize conservatives, Christians, and other left-wing targets?)
The SPLC singled out Moms for Liberty because it considers the group to be at the "forefront of this mobilization." The SPLC warns that members of Moms for Liberty "can be spotted at school board meetings across the country wearing shirts and carrying signs that declare, 'We do NOT CO-PARENT with the GOVERNMENT.'"
Founded in 2021 to fight "for the survival of America by unifying, educating and empowering parents to defend their parental rights at all levels of government," Moms for Liberty came to be in response to various school administrations' response to the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) "pandemic."
After witnessing forced school closures, forced masking, and remote learning being pushed on children, resulting in their being terrorized – and in some cases developing mental illness – Moms for Liberty decided to take up the cause of fighting for children's rights so nothing like this ever happens again.
The group, which now boasts over 100,000 members, is also at the forefront of stopping public school employees from destroying children's innocence through forced LGBT curriculum, including exposure to graphic materials that teach them how to "transition" into "another gender," among other gross perversions.
"The best way to get plugged in and to know what to look for is to visit MomsForLiberty.org – look for your local chapter," explained Tina Descovich, the co-founder of Moms for Liberty, in an interview last year. "If there's not a chapter, you can click another link and ... start a chapter."
At the end of this month, President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis are slated to speak at Moms for Liberty's annual summit in Philadelphia. If you live in the area or are interested in traveling there to attend, you can learn more at the Moms for Liberty website.
More related news coverage about the SPLC and other anti-white hate groups can be found at Libtards.news.
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