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Women for America First is a coalition of millions of women who have joined together to support the America First Agenda. The group has a mission of electing new leaders, draining the swamp and exercising the power of the women’s vote in addition to supporting the America First Agenda.

The day after the Nov. 2020 election, Women for America First started the “Stop the Steal” Facebook group that went viral. The group grew to more than 365,000 people in 22 hours prior to Facebook deleting it.

“This is the moment Women for America First realized a movement was building of Americans across the country concerned about their voices being heard and the foundation of our country,” the WFAF website states. “Other Big Tech censorship followed in an attempt to silence Women for America First and millions of like-minded patriots who questioned the integrity of the 2020 election.”

Women for America First launched two cross-country March For Trump bus tours. They hosted protests on Nov. 14 and Dec. 12 in Washington D.C. It all culminated with the group’s event on Jan. 6 at The Ellipse in the President’s Park outside of the White House.

We “liked” the Women for America First Facebook page not too long ago. And, for the first time, we received this warning:

Author: Jacob Hall