MFA Group Happenings Top Head California

Moms for America Groups

California

On April 6th, 2023, Barbie George (California Moms for America State Liaison) attended the Lincoln Club Freedom Forum in Newport Beach, California. There, she met Tulsi Gabbard who was a guest speaker at the event. Barbie quoted, “I was incredibly honored to meet and discuss Mom’s for America with Tulsi Gabbard.”​

Meeting Tulsi Gabbard - Moms for America Group Happenings

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On July 18, 2023, Barbie George (Moms for America California State Liaison) attended the Garden Grove school board meeting, where the decision of Sean Redmond’s career was on the line. Sean Redmond taught as a teacher for 34 years, and his career was in jeopardy for refusing to survey his class about pronouns and what children identify as. Barbie and a whole group of individuals were there to support him. Unfortunately, the support and ten public comments could not save his career.

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On August 5, 2023, Barbie George (California State Liaison Moms for America) attended a “See You at the Library” event hosted in Newport Beach, California. At the event, members of the surrounding community came out to support this delightful event. Barbie is thankful for all that participated.

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On August 5, 2023, State Liaison Barbie George (California Moms for America) attended and supported a community block party outreach event at El Dorado Park in Long Beach, California. Barbie was able to network with other local organizations and promote Moms for America. Some of the other groups that were involved were BLEXIT, Precincts Project, Long Beach Freedom USA, Freedom Angels, Leadership Institute, and Stand-Up Sacramento. Also, at this event, Steven “Maga Hulk” Davis of Turning Point USA/BLEXIT was able to share his great insights and message to all the fellow organizations in attendance. 

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On August 17, 2023, State Liaison Barbie George (California Moms for America) attended the Orange Unified School District Board Discussion, where a policy was being discussed that would require certain school officials to notify parents if their child is requesting to be identified or treated as a different sex or gender. The attendees and the board were divided over whether it was a parental right to be notified. At the end, Rick Ledesma (Board president) stated that the policy will be further reviewed to address concerns, raised by trustees, and a final version would be discussed and probably voted on at the next school board meeting on September 7th, 2023.