House Inquiry into Trump's Ties to Russia
Morning! Today at 10 am the House Judiciary Committee will vote on H. Res 111 - a resolution that would compel Trump to disclose his potential conflicts of interest and ties to Russia (tax returns, anyone?).
Representative Nadler and Jeffries, sponsored this resolution, hoping to bring it to a floor vote. House Republicans sent it to committee, hoping for it to die there.
This is a quick phone call to make before 10 am today. Let these Rep's know you support this resolution of inquiry!
1. CALL any of the Majority members if they represent you:
Bob Goodlatte, 202-225-5431 Virginia
Jim Sensenbrenner 202-225-5101 Wisconsin
Lamar S. Smith, 202-225-4236 Texas
Steve Chabot, 202-225-2216 Ohio
Darrell Issa, 202-225-3906 California
Steve King, 202-225-4426 Iowa
Trent Franks, 202-225-4576 Arizona
Louie Gohmert, 202-225-3035 Texas
Jim Jordan, 202-225-2676 Ohio
Ted Poe, 202-225-6565 Texas
Jason Chaffetz, 202-225-7751 Utah
Tom Marino, 202-225-3731 Pennsylvania
Trey Gowdy, 202-225-6030 South Carolina
Raúl Labrador, 202-225-6611 Idaho
Blake Farenthold, 202-225-7742 Texas
Doug Collins, 202-225-9893 Georgia
Ron DeSantis, 202-225-2706 Florida
Ken Buck, 202-225-4676 Colorado
John Ratcliffe, 202-225-6673 Texas
Martha Roby, 202-225-2901 Alabama
Matt Gaetz, 202-225-4136 Florida
Mike Johnson, 202-225-2777 Louisiana
Andy Biggs, 202-225-2635 Arizona
2. CALL the minority members of committee, and make sure they are voting for the resolution.
USE THIS SCRIPT (feel free to ad-lib, of course)
I am calling Rep _____ to let him/her know that I fully support Representative Nadler's Resolution of Inquiry directing the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with any and all information relevant to an inquiry into President Trump and his associates’ conflicts of interest, ethical violations—including the Emoluments Clause—and Russia ties. This is information that should have been made public months ago. If you vote against this resolution, you are complicit in the conflicts that will be revealed sooner or later. If there is nothing to hide, then letting the inquiry go forward should not be a problem.