Tiffany Justice, Co-Founder of Moms for Liberty, expressed her concern about the alleged attack on the constitutional rights of parents to direct the upbringing and care of their children in a recent interview with Fox & Friends. Justice is scheduled to testify before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution & Limited Government on Thursday, March 23, 2023, at 2:00 p.m. EST.
During the interview, Justice rejected the Biden Administration’s claim that the Department of Justice had no legitimate basis to use counterterrorism resources against parents protesting at school board meetings. She argued that the National School Board Association and the Biden administration were attempting to silence parents who had legitimate concerns about the education system.
“The report that just came out that was released by the House Judiciary said that law enforcement officials across the country and attorney generals said there was no evidence for this action to have been taken,” Justice said. “This is the NSBA (National School Board Association) being captured by ideologues and the Biden administration and the DOJ doing their bidding, trying to silence parents who had very legitimate concerns at that time about school closures, mandates, lockdowns, forced masking and literacy proficiency that’s just been plummeting across the country.”
Justice emphasized the importance of parental involvement in the education system and the need for school board members to listen to parents’ concerns. She expressed her hope that steps would be taken to prevent the weaponization of law enforcement against the people.
“We have the right to petition our government to make them aware of different things going on that we’re concerned about. That’s the very best of our constitutional republic, representative government,” Justice said. “And this is really, you know, the NSBA awoke association, and the Biden administration doing their bidding for them.”
Justice is set to testify before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution & Limited Government, which aims to investigate the alleged suppression of free speech and expression and ensure that parents can exercise their constitutional right to direct their children’s education without government interference.
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