Conservative superstar Riley Gaines headlines 'bootcamp' for saving the nation

 January 12, 2024

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

Riley Gaines, a superstar conservative who was thrust into the public when she was forced to compete in a women's college swimming event against a man, who despite the science that confirms men cannot physically change into women, claims to be a woman.

For that, she was named a "Problematic Woman of the Week" by the Daily Signal.

That announcement revealed, 'In 2023, many problematic women fought for the unborn, spoke out in support of education freedom, and advocated the privacy and protection of female-only spaces. Although it’s hard to pick just one, few female leaders acted with more integrity and reached more Americans with a message of common sense than swimmer Riley Gaines. Gaines, a 12-time All-American and three-time Southeastern Conference champion gained national attention in 2022 after she tied with male swimmer Lia Thomas, who says he identifies as transgender, in the 200 freestyle at the NCAA Division I Women’s Championships."

Because of her strong stand for traditional family, she has endured death threats and verbal and physical assaults.

Gaines, whose name is on the Riley Gaines Center organization, oversees its effort to train individuals "to fearlessly, relentlessly, and eloquently defend America’s founding principles and to become powerhouse leaders who work in positions of influence to keep America true to those principles."

Now some of that training is going to be appearing at a "Bootcamp for Boomers," with the goal of "Saving the Nation."

The Association of Mature American Citizens, a surging organization that provides an alternative to the leftist American Association of Retired Persons, is holding the "bootcamp" on January 20 at the Brownwood Hotel in The Villages, Florida.

The goal is to provide training for individuals, "not just to educate, but to inspire and empower each attendee to make a meaningful difference."

The seminar is also being supported by the American Constitutional Rights Union, and in addition to Gaines, will feature Col. Allen West, the chief of the ACRU and former member of Congress, and Byron Donalds, of Florida's 19th congressional district.

Topics addressed that day will include protecting vulnerable voters and safeguarding elections, engaging in federal and state advocacy, and understanding the impacts of the radical transgender agenda on our grandchildren."

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