On July 4th, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was adopted—and thus, America was born. American citizens from all walks of life celebrate America's birthday with fireworks, barbecues, and other festive activities.
A group of conservative women influencers decided to celebrate America's independence a little differently this year. Conservative influencers, Emma Jimenez, Kira Boranian, Amber Nichole Miller, Alison Steinberg, Sabrina Jane, and Donna Morley decided to use their platform to take a public stand this past Fourth of July by encouraging others to do away with the masks once and for all.
Amidst the covid-19 pandemic, mask mandates became the forefront of political discourse.
Throughout last year and this year, masks were being mandated by churches, businesses, cities, and entire states throughout the country. Those that refused to comply with the mask mandates were not only scrutinized but publicly ostracized by members from within their society.
The argument regarding mask mandates stems anywhere from fostering a false sense of security to not preventing someone from catching the coronavirus.
Regardless if you agree with mask mandates or not- the 4th of July is an invitation to reflect on how blessed we are as a country to be vocal on such controversial topics. Americans from all walks of life have the privilege to express their definition of freedom the best way they see fit.
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Emma Jimenez is the founder of Red Liberty Media. She is also a freelance political blogger, conservative political advocate, and managing editor for Politifix News. She is best known on social media under the name “The Conservative Latina.” Jimenez is also a published children’s book author. Her books educate children on the beauty of coming from a multiracial and blended family and on self-awareness and appreciation. Mrs. Jimenez lives in Louisiana and has worked in continuing education as a Spanish instructor. She has assisted various local churches in her city, teaching ESL and citizenship classes to immigrants. Jimenez has appeared as a guest on multiple social media platforms and political events to discuss issues facing the Hispanic community today. She is currently publishing her first political children’s book, America the Great; it is about what it means to be an American.