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Outcast: How The Radical Left Tried To Destroy A Young Conservative

Outcast: How The Radical Left Tried To Destroy A Young Conservative

ISBN-13: 9781662879739
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IT CAN'T HAPPEN HERE - BUT IT DID Stevie's term as Belmont University's Student Body President was going along nicely in early 2020 and he was looking forward to the upcoming semester at this "Conservative Christian University." He didn't know that in these troubled times, a student, who dares to declare his love for America on the Fourth of July, may be risking his life and future. After Stevie declared his love for America, students fought to ensure that Stevie had no future. His peers turned into social justice activists wielding any authority they had against him, desperate to prove their allegiance to the Black Lives Matter organization. They seemed determined to destroy anyone who disagreed with them, regardless of the cost. Stevie would no longer be judged by the content of his character. Instead, he would be judged by his refusal to bow to the woke mob. "...a riveting, thought-provoking exploration of the troubling erosion of free speech and open discourse in our contemporary society." - U.S. Representative Andy Ogles "Gloria Giorno is as bold as a lion, and her story 'Outcast' explains her righteous stand against the wicked, the liberal left, BLM, and wokeism. Outcast is moving, compelling, and most importantly, a truthful account." - Linda Lee Tarver, Ed.D., Th.D. "Gloria Giorno's compelling tale of her son Stevie's devastating sojourn as president of Nashville's Belmont University should serve as a warning of how bad things have become practically everywhere for America's conservative youth. Don't miss this important and enlightening book!" - Roger L. Simon, award-winning author, Oscar-nominated screenwriter, editor-at-large of The Epoch Times "Gloria Giorno has exposed what is an enduring example for this generation as conservatives continue to stand with courage in their commitment to God and Country." - Tamra Farah, National Senior Advisor of FreedomWorks "'Outcast' should remind us that we don't need to bend the knee to those who yell the loudest to accomplish what we set out to do- character and truth will always prevail." - Alexis Wilkins, Country Music Artist "Gloria Giorno's story is the epitome of the lengths that the liberal higher education institutions will go to silence anything that goes against the liberal narrative." - Paige Kuczek, United Women Foundation Contributing Member Gloria Giorno is a conservative Christian wife, mother and Gigi. She is the Founder and President of United Women Foundation, a 501c3 non profit, empowering conservative young women to success through mentorship and scholarships. Gloria is a first generation American who spent her early years living under a Communist dictatorship. A graduate of Loyola University Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Gloria is also an entrepreneur. In her spare time, Gloria enjoys spending time with her family, especially her granddaughter, walking with her senior dogs and reading on the beach.


  • | Author: Gloria Giorno
  • | Publisher: Liberty Hill Publishing
  • | Publication Date: Aug 01, 2023
  • | Number of Pages: 184 pages
  • | Language: English
  • | Binding: Hardcover
  • | ISBN-10: 1662879733
  • | ISBN-13: 9781662879739
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