Moms for Safe Neighborhoods (MOMS), founded by former White House aide Jessica Anderson, has decided to invest $3 million in an advertising campaign aimed at suburban mothers across the United States. MOMS seeks to show the significant advance and danger of violent protestors and the willingness of Democrats to defund police forces.
The 30-second spot, recently reported by Politico, will air on NBC’s Today, A&E, Bravo, Lifetime, E!, Oxygen, and selected Fox News programs.
The images show the violence that took place in the United States during the protests in recent months. And remember that both Biden and other Democratic politicians in different states lent their support to these movements and gave in to their demands for defunding the security forces, harming above all, the suburban areas that were left completely unprotected.
The final objective is to warn that if Biden becomes president, this tendency will surely increase.
The ad focuses on a mother who turns off the light in her son’s room and then goes to bed. She watches a series of video images of rioters in the United States, destroying, stealing, and setting fire to buildings. She later confronts these troublemakers as she drives in her car with her son and then wakes up from what seemed to be a dream.
“Don’t let this nightmare come true,” the ads say, highlighting the words, “Vote against Biden Harris. You’re not safe with them.”
MOMS for Safe Neighborhoods, founded by Jessica Anderson, arose from concern about the growth of violence in social protests, which puts children and neighbors across the country at risk.
Anderson said in a statement: “MOMS is a group of mothers horrified at violence and see President Trump as the only candidate who can keep their families safe.”
Their website allows donations of various amounts of money, and according to Politico. Those donating more than $200 will be mentioned at a campaign finance filing on Oct. 15.
MOMS comprises influential female Republicans, including Penny Nance, CEO and president of Concerned Women for America; Jenny Beth Martin, co-founder of Tea Party Patriots; GOP lawyer Cleta Mitchell; and former Rep. Nan Hayworth (R-N.Y.). Three notable politicians’ wives are also on the board: Debbie Meadows, who’s married to White House chief of staff Mark Meadows; Kristen Short, the wife of Marc Short, Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff; and Susan Allen, who’s married to former Virginia Gov. George Allen.
Heritage Action is a conservative, non-profit organization that defends the values of freedom, free enterprise, American tradition, and the defense of a strong and secure nation. This association also is currently led by Jessica Anderson.
Anderson, executive director of Heritage Action, is doing this in her own time. She previously worked at the White House in the Trump administration as associate director of intergovernmental affairs and strategic initiatives in the Office of Management and Budget.
The initiative comes in the wake of Trump’s historic message to always maintain and prioritize law and order. Public safety and the condemnation of violent protests have always been a cornerstone of the Trump administration and its officials.