Parents Group Gives Most Lawmakers ‘F’ On Report Card

Parental rights advocacy group ‘Moms for America’ has issued a congressional report card, and has given a majority of lawmakers “F” marks.

Moms for America graded the members of Congress on what it classified as “12 key issues that matter most to moms,” which included how they voted on issues such as critical race theory, abortion, defunding police and COVID restrictions.

The group’s founder and president, Kimberly Fletcher, released a statement about the report card.

“We are excited to release our first-ever Congressional Report Card, and are more excited to distribute our report card to the hundreds of thousands of mothers who are headed to the polls in a few short months,” the statement read.

“Moms represent a key voting bloc, and they are typically responsible for providing for their children’s education, their diets, their healthcare, and their safety,” the statement continued. “From Medical Mandates to Mask Mandates, from radical Critical Race Theory to Gender Equality, from the right to keep and bear arms to School Choice, our 2022 Report Card finds both political parties lacking the will to take necessary steps to protect the interests of America’s moms.”

Fletcher has described Moms for America as a “national movement of moms working to reclaim our culture for truth, family, freedom, and the Constitution,” and noted that the group has “over 500,000 moms across the country” from “all 50 states.”

“We’re in the midst of a mom-led revolution,” she said. “That revolution is about reclaiming our culture, and we’re going to start by doing it in our homes by promoting those principles of liberty that matter to us and made us the freest, most prosperous nation on Earth.”
Moms for America shared a tweet containing a link to download the report card and see how every member of Congress is rated on the issues that are important to the group’s members.

Only two congressional lawmakers received “A” grades — Rep. Billy Long (R-MO), and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA).

Over half of lawmakers in both the House and the Senate received “F” grades.

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