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America’s Greatness is With the Strength of its Moms
Moms have the ability to shape and control our culture with the values they pass on to their children. Children should always be a priority in our lives, for they are our future. Kimberly Fletcher is a woman of faith who believes moms should get involved and stay involved in their children’s lives. The founder of Mom’s for America tells “After Dark With Rob and Andrew” that she wants to “educate and inspire mothers to realize their worth and powerful influence on society” through their children.
She cautioned moms to be watchful of socialist and communist agendas seemingly creeping into school curriculums. In addition to speaking with “After Dark” about Moms for America, she also shared her first-hand account of the events of January 6, 2021. Fletcher, who was there, spoke with the FBI and volunteered to be interviewed. As of now, she said, they have yet to interview her.
Kimberly Fletcher is the mother of eight and wife of a retired Air Force officer. She founded “Moms For America” in 2004. She is the author of “WOMEN: America’s Last Best Hope.” Aside from being a mom, she is a frequent guest on Fox News, Sinclair Broadcasting, Townhall, and columnist for The Blaze and Breitbart. She has over 17 years of experience in grassroots activism, including working with two presidential campaigns.
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