We Can't Confirm A New FBI Director Without This
The scandal over Trump and his campaign’s ties to Russia gets weirder and more disturbing by the day. As this sequence of events unravels, we will be taking you through the next actionable steps.
Assistant AG Rod Rosenstein has a reputation for being non-partisan. The letter attributed to Rosenstein recommending FBI director James Comey, on which basis Trump claims to be acting, seems very suspect. This means one of several things: Rosenstein either isn't as non-partisan as he previously appeared; he's taking the fall; or there's something else going on.
All of this means we need to hear Rosenstein's testimony as well as Sessions. Immediately.
Every new odd turn in this story gives you an opening to call your MoCs to repeat your requests. See our steps below for what to do right now.
1. CALL YOUR MEMBERS OF CONGRESS at 202-225-3121 and tell them you want them to publicly insist that Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who recommended James Comey's dismissal, testify before Congress and explain why they felt he should be fired, and why now. Tell them you want their testimony under oath, under penalty of perjury, as soon as possible.
BONUS : CHECK THIS INCREDIBLE LIST for every Senator's reactions to Comey's firing. Keep calling these reps yourself to express your concerns and your opinion on their public position.