Trump pledges to protect Americans from left-wing indoctrination and discrimination

by Summer Lane

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President Trump held nothing back on Friday afternoon while addressing the Moms for Liberty: Joyful Warrior National Summit in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

He said that Moms For Liberty had left an indelible mark on America. “You have taught the radical left communists and Marxists a lesson they will never forget: DON’T MESS WITH AMERICA’S MOMS!” he declared.

He called out left-wing discrimination against the American people, noting that the Biden administration and the “Department of Injustice,” along with the FBI, had targeted “patriotic parents at school board meetings.”

Trump continued, “The radical left is even slandering Moms for Liberty as a so-called ‘Hate Group…’ But Moms for Liberty is no ‘hate group’—you are ‘JOYFUL WARRIORS’ you are fierce, fierce patriots. YOU’RE not the threat to America— you’re the best thing that’s ever happened to America. Joe Biden and the Democrat Communists are the threat to America. And together, we are going to throw them out of office on Election Day 2024.”

Trump also vowed to “totally obliterate the Deep State” and “fire the rogue bureaucrats who weaponized our Justice System – starting with every corrupt official who targeted Moms for Life.”

The president promised that as president again in 2025, he will sign an executive order that would cut federal funding from schools that are pushing divisive Critical Race Theory, transgender “insanity,” and “other inappropriate racial, sexual or political content on our children.”

Notably, Trump scorched the radical left for indoctrinating children with Marxist beliefs by engaging in “militant practices.” He called Marxism a “cult.”

“Instead of taking children to church, they believe in taking children to drag shows…Instead of teaching them to say their prayers, they teach them to recite their pronouns,” he said.

Trump said that he would direct the DOJ to pursue any public schools engaged in teaching children these polarizing ideas as violations of the Establishment Clause and the Free Exercise Clause of the Constitution.

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