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Riley Gaines says the 'silent majority must speak up'

In Virginia on Tuesday, Riley Gaines announced the launch of the Riley Gaines Center at the Leadership Institute, designed for the training and support of women “targeted by the left.”


On Twitter, Gaines called her readers to “join the fight to protect the female identity, defend freedom of speech, and restore sanity in the US.”


The non-profit organization of the Leadership Institute said the center’s purpose is to “protect the female identity, affirm the basic biological truth that men are men and women are women and defend freedom of speech.”


Gaines’ initiative for the center is focused on the need to speak up against the left, which has “used all its power to destroy the distinctions between women and men,” according to the Riley Gaines Center website.


The opening page for the center’s website reads, “When they want you silent — Speak Louder.”


Gaines made a similar declaration in her Twitter post announcement.


“The silent majority must speak up if we want to get America back on track,” Gaines wrote.


Gaines spoke up against the left this month when she sat with Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt as he passed the Women’s Bill of Rights, which defines the distinction between men and women.


“Establishing common language by way of the Women’s Bill of Rights is a way of saying enough is enough: Oklahoman women deserve equal opportunity, privacy, and safety, and this order will help deliver it,” Gaines said about the bill.


This week, Gaines also attended a celebratory signing of the Save Women’s Sports Act with Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Protesters of the legislation spat at and harassed Gaines and other activists for taking a stance against leftist gender ideology.


“Over the last year, I’ve been honored to fight with everything I have to save women’s sports,” Gaines is quoted on the Riley Gaines Center website. “Now, through the Riley Gaines Center, you and I have the opportunity to build a movement to stand up for women’s sports and common-sense American values.”

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