• Moms for Liberty: A Conversation On Parental Rights

    J.Cherry (left) and Manju (right)

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    This Saturday, Moms for Liberty, Hartford County Chapter, will host a symposium to discuss parental rights. How have the basic rights of parents come to this place, where the government, via the public school wants authority over your children? Parents must stand up and take action. Take a listen to my conversation with Manju.


    See the flier below for more details about the event.

    Just I was uploading the interview, I was tagged with this article, Connecticut Needs A "Let Parents Parent" Bill - Join Zoom Meeting On October 18th To Learn More”.

    Our Connecticut Attorney General Tong has demanded in a lawsuit brief that a Connecticut mom defer to school officials and her children must be socially transitioned against her and their father’s will and even without their knowledge. In response, FIC and our allies are working to pass a “Let Parents Parent” bill in Connecticut. And you can help by contacting your legislator by e-mail, phone or in person before October 31 and asking them to support a parental notification bill next session. Join us for a ZOOM conversation on Wednesday, October 18 at 7pm.”  

    It blows my mind that the Attorney General of Connecticut thinks it is okay to transition children behind backs of their parents!

    Mom for Liberty: https://www.momsforliberty.org/chapters/harford-county-md/

    Connecticut Needs A "Let Parents Parent" Bill - Join Zoom Meeting On October 18th To Learn More

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    Jennifer Sparks aka J.Cherry

    Jennifer Sparks aka J.Cherry is an independent journalist, radio host, and producer. On the airways she was known as J.Cherry where she produced a popular local radio show, VOICE of the CITY, airing on WESU 88.1FM. There she conducted in depth and candid interviews with artists, politicians, authors, activists, scientists, and community leaders. In 2020 Jennifer left WESU to pursue an independent podcast where she could freely talk about controversial subjects. A mother and wife before being a journalist, she felt compelled to break free and dig into medical freedom, government policy, parental rights, public health, corruption, and big pharma. Over the years Jennifer has been published in local newspapers as a freelance writer. Frustrated with being censored and not being able to publish the stories she felt were important and under reported, she began her own blog. Her work can be found at jcherrrypresents.com and on Substack https://jcherry152.substack.com/.

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    David Ortiz

    Moms of Liberty are bored, unemployed housewives with nothing better to do in between their Zumba classes. Suggestion: get a job and stay offline.

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