This evening it was reported by the Washington Post, and then confirmed by the New York Times, that Donald Trump gave code-word classified information to the Russians last week when he met with them in the White House. Now the Republican Party majority in the House of Representatives must decide whether it’s willing to begin impeachment hearings against Trump as a matter of national security. If they refuse, here’s what we do next.
Donald Trump is the Republican Party’s Frankenstein monster. If they refuse to use their Constitutional power to end him, we use our Constitutional power to end them. Every single Republican in the House, and several in the Senate, are up for reelection in November of 2018. That’s too long to wait, considering the immediate danger that Trump now represents to the United States. So we move on the Republicans now.
We take over every town hall that every Republican in Congress holds from here on out. When it comes to the cowards who refuse to hold town halls, we peacefully march on their offices in Washington DC. We occupy the National Mall out front of the Capitol, or wherever else we can get permits. We use every legal means possible to take over DC, to the point that nothing happens until these coward Republicans realize their careers are over in 2018 if they don’t do something about Trump now.
If you can’t go out and protest right now, call the U.S. Capitol Switchboard at (202) 224-3121 and start by asking for the House Republican who’s closest to your district. Then call back and ask for the next House Republican. Light up all of their phones, nonstop, until they understand that there is no American priority other than dealing with Donald Trump – and that if they don’t act now, we’ll act in November 2018 to make sure that there is no more Republican Party.
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