Moms for Liberty co-founder torches SPLC's 'extremist' label: 'We're not going to stop'
Moms for Liberty co-founder Tiffany Justice tore into the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) for labeling the self-described parental rights organization as an "extremist" group.
The SPLC’s 2022 Year in Hate and Extremism Report added the label to the Florida-based non-profit Tuesday, saying it can be "spotted at school board meetings across the country wearing shirts and carrying signs that declare, ‘We do NOT CO-PARENT with the GOVERNMENT.’"
The report said the group "hijacks meetings, preventing officials and parents from conducting their normal proceedings." The SPLC refers to Moms for Liberty as a "far-right" and "anti-government" organization that engages in "anti-student inclusion activities."