Tell Your Senator the Facts: Whistleblower Complaint
Get the facts about the whistleblower report and then call your U.S. Senators
The Washington Post Reports: “Four debunked talking points used to discredit the whistleblower complaint”
Get the facts about the whistleblower report and then call your U.S. Senators -- since apparently many of them haven’t read the report.
The Trump Administration is sharing false information about the corruption in the White House and it’s vital that we understand what really happened. Call your U.S. Senators and ask for their opinion on the Whistleblower report and set the record straight.
- Trump froze bipartisan military aid to Ukraine and asked for a “favor” from the president. Quid pro quo does not have to be stated expressly.
- The intelligence community inspector general found his or her complaint to be credible. The acting DNI said he believes the whistleblower had no political motivations.
- The whistleblower’s second-hand knowledge was acquired from numerous people who had firsthand knowledge. We now also have the original source material to back up what the whistleblower said.
- The complaint is not built on biased media reports, but that of an intelligence officer doing their part to protect our democracy.
We know the facts and it’s time the U.S. Senate does too. Call your senator today.
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