Join Millions in Calling for Trump’s Impeachment

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Tom Steyer, the billionaire environmentalist behind the $20M ad campaign calling for Trump’s impeachment sent this out through the Need to Impeach political action group. The goal is to get millions of people to all post on social media at the same time calling for Trump’s impeachment.

By using Thunderclap you can schedule your social media posts ahead of time and then they will be automatically posted at the same time as everyone else. Read below to learn more:

Nineteen years ago this Tu‌esday, Republicans in Congress started impeachment proceedings against President Clinton. Yet today, they refuse to do the same for Donald Trump, a president who has brought us to the brink of nuclear war, obstructed justice, and taken money from foreign governments.

On Tuesd‌ay, we’re going to send congress a message! By signing up now, we will automatically post your tweet at the same time as everyone else calling out Congress to impeach Trump now — demonstrating the powerful impact of our movement.

Please join our Thunderclap now and let Congress know that you expect them to hold all presidents accountable regardless of party affiliation.

Millions of Americans have already signed our petition. And a new poll shows the majority of Americans now favor impeaching Donald J. Trump. Now, Congress must hear us loud and clear that we, the American people, support the impeachment of this dangerous president.

There’s no time to waste.

Need to Impeach

Thanks to Mel for sending this my way!

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