In case you missed the final round of questioning at this years Miss America competition let me sum it up quickly. “Contestant, please succinctly and with using as many liberal buzz words as you can, bash the President of the United States, Donald Trump.”
Of the five finalists, 4 answered the liberal dog whistle and regurgitated the equivalent to the MSNBC daily talking points.
Little wonder that the winner was Cara Mundi of North Dakota who apparently read from the Climate Change Cultist manifesto before taking the stage slammed the decision to leave the Paris Accords despite the lack of evidence that the economic cost that the US would front would do ANYTHING to change the climate for the better.
But this article isn’t about Climate Change, or the liberal rigged system of the Miss America contest or even the Miss America contest itself. It’s about a woman who would fearlessly answer whatever garbage question that the progressive swamp threw at her, whose talent could very well be target shooting, whose poise and affability would make her a great Miss USA because apparently Miss America is now a domain for swamp monsters.
I refer to, if the title didn’t all ready give it away, Texan gunslinger Antonia Okafor who is striving to become the next Miss Texas USA.
I had the pleasure of meeting Antonia this summer when we met up in New Jersey to take Joy Villa out to the gun range for her first time shooting. (That article will be coming once video editing is done).
Antonia Okafor is beautiful, well spoken, talented intelligent and friendly. If there are more things that a future Miss USA needs to be I don’t know them. Antonia is also tough as nails and a lover of both this country and the 2nd Amendment that protects the liberties and freedoms we enjoy. Being a certified Safety Range Instructor and NRA up and comer, her 2nd Amendment bona fides are legit.
Beyond that, Antonia is a success story in her own right and a champion in the empowerment of women. She is the CEO and Founder of emPOWERed that fights for women to have the right to protect themselves on college campuses around the nation. As she says: “Real feminism is about empowerment and taking our safety into our own hands.”