Moms for Liberty members doxxed and threatened by protesters ahead of summit

"Can’t wait for someone to unalive you and your f*cking kids."


As the Moms for Liberty summit begins in Philadelphia, members of the group have reportedly experienced doxxing and having their life threatened by trans activists who recently vandalized the American Revolution Museum.

Kit Hart, chairwoman of the Carroll County, Maryland, Moms for Liberty chapter, appeared to be threatened when a Twitter user said that she looked like a “walking candy apple,” and then proceeded to publish her address with the words “wanna play” in a tweet, per The Washington Examiner.

Hart told the outlet: “We are very blessed to live in a country with freedom of speech. People can say whatever they want, but of course, that doesn’t make it true.”

“I used to get upset by the comments people made to or about me, but I’ve learned from so many others who have been vilified to let it roll right off my back. I no longer get offended by people from whom I would never take advice. Our detractors understand that we are making massive headway, and so they’ll say whatever they think will intimidate or dissuade us.”

It appears that Moms for Liberty co-founder Tiffany Justice was also threatened, with a social media user sending in a message: “Your whole f*cking inbred family needs to be f*cking shot, f*cking NAZIS,” the message read. “Can’t wait for someone to unalive you and your f*cking kids.”

The report also noted that there was a Facebook user “trying to publicize” a link between a Moms for Liberty member and the board of education in a Maryland school district. The Examiner noted that the goal was to get the board member fired for supporting the group.

The Facebook message read: “I also want their names to become public so everyone knows who is a part of M4L besides the usual suspects.”

The apparent threats come after the American Revolution Museum was vandalized by protesters ahead of the Moms for Liberty summit.

The summit is set to feature prominent speakers over the weekend, including former President Donald Trump, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, and Nikki Haley, all of whom are running for president in 2024.

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I've noted he scrubbed his FB account, but did not delete it and he's still there, not banned.

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