Debbie Meadows: "Where are our conservative female voices in Congress to answer AOC and the socialist squad?"
Rallying conservative women to run for office.
Debbie Meadows: "It seems a wave of women are feeling called to answer that question and be that conservative female voice in Congress speaking up for liberty."
Debbie Meadows, wife of U.S. Congressmen Mark Meadows, spoke to an eager crowd at CPAC in Washington Wednesday night.
Meadows is founder of Right Women Political Action Committee, a group whose aim is to get pro-life, pro-Constitution, pro-America women elected to Congress.
According to the group, there's "a desperate need in the U.S. House of Representatives for bold, unflinching conservative women."
And the numbers bear that out. Currently 101 women serve in the House of Representatives, with Republican women vastly outnumbered — only 13 Republican female representatives as opposed to 88 Democrat women.
Many of those Democratic women owe their political careers to the group Emily's List, an organization dedicated to getting pro-abortion women elected to as many offices as possible.
The outfit has been extremely successful, and Meadows hopes her group can even the playing field, and make a dent in the numbers — with a little divine assistance.
Debbie Meadows: "Prayerfully find your niche, your God-designed piece of the puzzle that you can only fill with His divine help, and begin."
With the Democratic Party increasingly radicalized and candidates pushing a more openly socialist agenda, the need for more conservative women in Congress is more urgent than ever.