Deborah Flora, U.S. Senate Candidate Joins The Kim Monson Show

October 21, 2021,

Deborah Flora, Candidate for U.S. Senate and founder of Parents United in America, explains why she is looking to defeat Michael Bennet, the "Invisible" Senator in November 2022. She is a business owner, mother and wife and is fully aware of how destructive national policies are for Coloradans.

Policies are crushing the economy and families through inflation and unnecessary programs incur debt for future generations who have no say in today's political arena. Bennet's praise of Biden on Biden's Afghanistan withdrawal is telling. Bennet supports the FBI targeting parents attending school board meetings while he calls the Taliban a great partner.

We need change in D.C. and Deborah is promising to do it.

Deborah joins Kim Monson at 13:50

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