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We Must Protect Swing District Dems With Impeachment Actions. You In?

In solidarity,  Mike Fox for Alan, Mike H., Dan, Janis, Deb, Dr. Bill, Kimberly, and Bryan—your PDA national team.

Let’s Outnumber The Crowds At Republican Pro-Trump Rallies!

 

There is no question that President Trump believes he’s above the law.  The recent revelations from the whistle blowers and the Trump administration’s cover up are sad indicators that we must put an end to this out-of-control executive’s reign.

Public support for impeachment is rising — 51% in a recent Fox News poll, and already higher than it was during the Nixon process 25 days out from his resignation — and the Republican Party sees the writing on the wall.  In a last gasp to turn this tide, they’ve put together a campaign they’re calling Stop The Madness (which is exactly what we’ve been saying for literally years about this administration) where they’re targeting Democrats in the House in swing districts who have publicly stood for rule of law and attacking them for their stand.

We must respond to protect these swing district Dems.

We did so in St. Petersburg, FL with an event outside of Charlie Crist’s office where we so overwhelmed the Trump side’s numbers of participants that Trump Poster Boy and Fox news fave Rep. Matt Gaetz cancelled his planned press conference to avoid looking pathetic.

There are events going on nationwide right now and with an additional goal of massive one-day marches on Oct. 13, in not only the swing districts, but all across the country.

If you’re willing to show your support at one of these events, let us know now.

We’ll connect you with a local event.

Can’t join us in the street?  Then please support our efforts financially, so we’re sure to have enough materials to make a real splash.

Not party.  Not politics.  Rule of Law and constitutionally-mandated oversight combating an over-reaching executive.

PS:  Stay tuned for hot off the press Impeachment signs, buttons, bumper stickers and more from the PDA Store

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