• on January 7, 2021

Tell your senators, vote to convict!

On January 6th, we saw domestic terrorists and insurrectionists attack the United States Capitol while Congress was engaged in their constitutional duty to count the votes of the Electoral College.

This attempted coup was incited by President Trump, his associates, and sadly many Republican members of Congress. While Trump is scheduled to leave the White House on January 20th, he can do tremendous damage to this country with his remaining days in office.

On January 13th, the House took action and voted to impeach the president in the most bipartisan impeachment vote in our nation’s history — now, he must be removed from office.

Donald Trump must be held accountable. Tell your Senators, vote to convict.

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