Tell Congress: Robert Mueller Must Be Allowed To Investigate
contact your members of congress: tell them to protect the special counsel's investigation!
Money laundering. Obstruction of justice. Collusion. These are just some of the questions known to be under consideration in the special counsel’s office.
Call to your members of Congress at (202) 224-3121 and ask them to support bipartisan legislation to prevent Donald Trump from firing the Special Counsel.
Some brave Republicans and Democrats have come together and introduced legislation that would stop the White House from interfering in the investigation and getting Trump off the hook.
The bipartisan legislation would require a federal judge’s sign off before they could act and gives the special counsel the ability to challenge his dismissal in federal court.
But this legislation needs our support.
JOIN THOUSANDS ACROSS THE COUNTRY WHO ARE CALLING THEIR MEMBER OF CONGRESS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11TH AT(202) 224-3121 TO DEMAND THEY PROTECT SPECIAL COUNSEL MUELLER FROM DONALD TRUMP.
Republicans and Democrats need to know that you expect them to stand up to Donald Trump and to allow the investigation to continue no matter where it leads.
We have to find the truth.
That begins with demanding our members of Congress protect special counsel Robert Mueller from a President only interested in protecting himself — no matter the cost.
CALL CONGRESS TODAY AT (202) 224-3121. A SAMPLE SCRIPT IS BELOW!
My name is NAME from CITY/TOWN and I’m a constituent of REPRESENTATIVE/SENATOR.
I’m calling today to request that REPRESENTATIVE/SENATOR to protect the Russia collusion investigation by supporting the new, bipartisan legislation to stop Donald Trump from firing special counsel Robert Mueller.
FOR HOUSE MEMBERS: The House bill is H.R. 3771 authored by Republican Rep. Walter Jones and Democratic Rep. John Conyers.
FOR SENATE MEMBERS: The senate bills are S.1735 authored by Republican Senator Lyndsey Graham and Democratic Senator Cory Booker; and S.1741 authored by Republican Senator Thom Tillis and Democratic Senator Chris Coons.