Reject The Cover Up Rallies Wednesday!

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Graphic by Cris Palomino.


Trump’s enablers in Congress led by Mitch McConnell are about to acquit our lawless president. This was never a trial. It’s a cover up. 

This Wednesday, thousands of Americans will mobilize with a simple demand: Reject the Cover Up

That means holding accountable every member of Congress who voted to cover-up Trump’s wrongdoing. It means making sure that Trump can’t take further action to interfere with a free and fair election in 2020. And it means mobilizing like we never have before — to clean up our democracy and make sure something like this can never happen again.

DemCast has joined up with Common Cause, Public Citizen, Stand Up America, Women’s March, Indivisible, March for Truth, By the People, Sierra Club and dozens of our allies to come together to protest this decision in every community. 

Together, we’ll march to demand:

  • Accountability — Trump and the Senators and members of Congress who voted to cover up his crimes will be held accountable by their constituents.
  • Democracy — Now more than ever, we need to ensure a free and fair election in 2020, which means real election security reform and and end to voter suppression.
  • Reform — Like after Watergate, we demand structural reforms to end the corruption and abuses of power that allowed Donald Trump’s criminal behavior in the first place.

It’s up to each of us to speak up for what’s right:

Then let’s get to work making sure we electing those to office that will restore accountability, transparency and democracy back to this country.

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