Call your two Senators and voice your support for the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump, which began on February 9, 2021.
While Trump is on trial in the Senate, we at OTYCD ask you to call your Senators daily and voice support for proceedings, and for convicting him of the single count of inciting insurrection.
We expect to devote daily posts to this topic until the Senate trial ends, which could happen as soon as today (Saturday, February 13, 2021).
For this one, you should call your Senators only. The House of Representatives’ role was drawing up and delivering the impeachment charge. The Impeachment managers, who have come over from the House, are the only Members of Congress from that chamber involved in the current trial.
Once you have called your Senators, please ask friends and family to call their Senators and ask them to vote to remove.
Before placing your call, please check the social media feeds and press release sections of your Senators’ websites to see what they’ve said, or failed to say, about the trial.
It’s also worth Googling your Senators’ names before calling, in case one or both did something that isn’t headline-worthy but might have been noted in the text of a news story.
Find your Senators’ contact information, and help others find their Senators’ information, here:
“Hello Senator [Lastname], I am [Firstname Lastname] from [town, state, and giving your zip code helps too].
I am calling to voice support for the ongoing Senate trial of Donald Trump.
I ask you to continue to view and hear the evidence, despite how difficult that might be. When the time comes–and that time might come as soon as today–I ask you to weigh the evidence and please vote to convict and remove Trump on the single count of inciting insurrection.
I believe Trump is guilty, and I believe that holding the trial and acting to remove him is vital to protecting and preserving democracy in America.
Thank you for taking my call.”
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