Moms for Liberty leader turns out to be a convicted sex offender

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True. I don't support those folks but it is a really slanted headline.

It'd be like if a local pastor got in some fukkery and the headline reads "Leader of Christian faith arrested for..."
Running cover for a pedo who quite literally got involved with this group to most likely be near children and on school campuses :francis:
 

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that nikka was head of an organization of people that looked like this?
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Fisher blames his conviction on a political action committee for perennial presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche, which he had worked for but was trying to break free of what he now calls a "cult."

Now that is interesting, The LaRouche movement was all about fukkery
 

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Even Moms for Liberty Are Tired of Moms for Liberty

GOOD RIDDANCE

A Pennsylvania chapter dwindled from 200 members to three, who decided to disband—and no one stepped up to take over.


Michael Daly

Special Correspondent

Published Feb. 07, 2024 9:46PM EST

OPINION

Moms for Liberty


Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/Getty/Moms for Liberty​

The last three members of the Lehigh County chapter of Moms for Liberty met on Tuesday at the Starbrite Diner in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

The membership had dwindled from a high of 200 in the feverish days of 2020, when Janine Vicalvi first formed this local branch of what the Southern Poverty Law Centerdescribes as an extremist hate group that grew out of heedless opposition to COVID mask and vaccine mandates.

She decided she had reached an end point.

“Between homeschooling and working two jobs, it’s just a lot,” she said. “And I guess there wasn’t as much willingness to do the work that’s required to propel the movement forward.”

The other two at the meeting felt the same and they voted unanimously to dissolve the chapter. She posted an announcement on the group’s Facebook page:

“So we had our meeting this evening and are going to dissolve our chapter.”

She added that the chair was vacant if anybody wanted to take over.

“Please let me know. Thanks!”

As of Wednesday evening, there were no takers.

Post-pandemic, Moms for Liberty has sought to keep its nationwide ranks fired up with bogus calls for parental rights. The leaders claimed that schools were indoctrinating and sexualizing children with “woke” ideology. They decried the teaching of critical race theory, which was never actually taught in public schools. Moms purporting to champion freedom called for banning books and declared LGBTQ+ acceptance to be unacceptable.

Vicalvi shared the organization's views on book banning, in particular Push, a 1996 novel by Sapphire about a 16-year-old in Harlem who is pregnant with her second child. Vicalvi—who says she is not anti-LGBTQ or racist—was more conflicted when it came to Moms for Liberty’s opposition to gender-neutral bathrooms. But that was not out of compassion for transgender or gender non-conforming students; her 12-year-old son is severely autistic and she accompanies him into public bathrooms.

“I don't know who’s in the men’s room and he can’t speak for himself,” she explained.


Janine Vicalvi

Janine Vicalvi, chair of the now defunct Moms for Liberty Lehigh County chapter.


Courtesy Janine Vicalvi​

As other members lost interest and drifted away from the chapter—the war on woke apparently not grabbing them the way the fight against COVID mandates had—Vicalvi stayed on as chair.

“I think that most successful political movements are one-issue movements,” she said. “And unfortunately, parental rights is kind of amorphous. Everyone has a different idea of what parental rights looks like.”

The national organization preached that the way to power was through the local school boards, and Vicalvi’s chapter endorsed a like-minded woman named Laura Warmkessel for a seat on the Parkland School Board. But there were just not enough haters, and Warmkessel lost badly in the November election.

That didn’t help morale. At the chapter’s holiday gathering in December, 20 moms showed up.“[But] January was low turnout. February was low turnout,” Vicalvi said.

By Tuesday, the chapter was down to just the three who voted to call it quits.

We can hope that the whole organization collapses under the weight of its own monstrousness. But a chapter-by-chapter dissolution would also be welcome.

Among those cheering the disappearance of the Lehigh County chapter was Jennifer Jenkins, a school board member in Brevard County, Florida, who was harassed, vilified, slandered and generally terrorized by Moms for Liberty for her science-based approach to the pandemic.

“Another one bites the dust,” Jenkins posted.
 

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Never fails with folk that hide behind a faith

man culprits of degenerate shyt


it's a he btw
It's part of the reason they're obsessed with groomers but get really quiet when someone points out the coverups that happen in churches they attend.

They don't want kids to know that religious leaders can hurt children and then hide behind their spiritual authority.
 
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