TweetSheetTuesdays: I Can See Russian Interference From My Porch

Tuesday, February 14

(Adapted from TweetSheetTuesdays and Daily Acts of Resistance)

Keep the pressure on Congress to investigate 45’s ties to Russia: 

The overnight resignation of National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, highlighting his private discussion of U.S. sanctions against Russia with that country’s ambassador in the month before 45 took office, shows how important it is to continue to investigate 45’s ties to Russia.

US investigators have now corroborated some of the communications detailed in a dossier containing allegations that Russian operatives have compromising personal and financial information about 45.

Action you can take today

  • Tweet members of the Senate Intelligence Committee and tell them to investigate.

  • Thank NY Rep. Jerry Nadler for pushing for an investigation of Trump's conflicts of interest and ties to Russia.

    1. You can call him at: (202) 225-5635, (212) 367-7350, (718) 373-3198

      Here's your script:

      "Hi, my name is NAME and I'm calling from TOWN/CITY/STATE. I don't need a response, I just wanted to tell Rep. Nadler how grateful I am for the leadership he's showing in calling for an investigation into President Trump's conflicts of interest and his ties to Russia. Thank you so much."

    2. You can tweet him at https://twitter.com/RepJerryNadler

      Sample tweet (via Eve Fox of Daily Acts of Resistance):

      Thank you @RepJerryNadler for your leadership on this. Trump's conflicts threaten national security - there must be a thorough investigation https://t.co/SmdKVDMllO — Eve Fox (@evefox) February 10, 2017

  • Urge Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), the chair of the House Judiciary committee to launch an investigation per Nadler's request.

    1. You can call him at: (202) 225-5431, (540) 432-2391, (434) 845-8306, (540) 857-2672, (540) 885-3861

      Here's your script:

      "Hi, my name is NAME and I'm calling to urge Rep. Goodlate committee to launch an investigation into President Trump's unprecedented conflicts of interest and his ties to Russia without further delay. This is not a partisan issue, it's a matter of dire national security that requires immediate attention. Thank you for taking the time to pass along my comments."

      They'll probably ask where you're calling from - you can just say you're not a constituent but are calling with regards to the Representative's role as Chairman of the Judiciary committee.

    2. You can tweet him at https://twitter.com/repgoodlatte

      Sample tweet (via Eve Fox of Daily Acts of Resistance):

      @RepGoodlatte you MUST launch a full investigation into Trump's conflicts of interest & ties to Russia. It's a matter of national security. — Eve Fox (@evefox) February 10, 2017

  • Contact the House Judiciary Committee to urge the same.

    1. You can call them at: (202) 225-3951

      Here's your script:

      "Hi, my name is NAME and I'm calling from TOWN/CITY/STATE to urge the committee to launch an investigation into President Trump's unprecedented conflicts of interest and his ties to Russia without further delay. This is not a partisan issue, it's a matter of dire national security that requires immediate attention. I am very grateful to Rep. Nadler for his leadership on this topic and urge the committee to act ASAP. Thank you for taking the time to pass along my comments."

    2. You can tweet them at https://twitter.com/HouseJudiciary

      (via Eve Fox of Daily Acts of Resistance):

      @HouseJudiciary why aren't you investigating Trump's conflicts of interest & his ties to Russia? Please do so immediately. @RepJerryNadler — Eve Fox (@evefox) February 10, 2017

WHEN
February 14, 2017 at 7am - February 15, 2017
WHERE
Everywhere on Twitter