YOUR RESISTANCE NEWSLETTER
WHEN WE DIDN’T KNOW HOW IT COULD GET WORSE. . .IT DID!
BUT, IT WASN’T THE WHOLE STORY!
THE SILVER LINING IS THAT BOTH OUR GEORGIA SENATORS WARNOCK AND OSOFF WON THEIR RACES–THANK YOU STACY AND THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO WORKED SO HARD TO GOTV!
WE DID IT!
Disappointed in Rutherford – Topic and Talking Points Indivisible St Johns
Rep. John Rutherford (St. Johns), Rep. Kat Cammack (Putnam)
U.S. House, Washington, D.C. 20515 FL04JRima@mail.house.gov (Rutherford)
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Capitol operator: 202-224-3121
I am disappointed you supported reversing the election even after the storming of our Capitol!
Please publicly affirm the validity of this election and the electoral process.
Please support a new Voting Rights Act to protect all citizens’ right to vote.
Thank Rep. Michael Waltz, for voting against the Objection to certify election results. Warren Clark, D.Min.,Postcard/ Telephone Advocacy FacilitatorIndivisible St. Johns
and from Indivisible Action:
First, we are urging all Indivisibles to call on their member of Congress to support Trump’s immediate removal. The House Judiciary Committee is now preparing impeachment articles in the event Trump’s own cabinet doesn’t remove him using the 25th Amendment. If impeachment is successful, we could bar Trump from every holding public office again, and we need to move quickly ad push every single MofC to speak out unequivocally in support. Impeachment votes are also in Congress’s control, unlike the 25th Amendment approach, which must come from Trump’s cabinet–meaning that we can use our power as constituents right now to demand an impeachment vote. Moving forward now on impeachment will force every representative to take a stand and clarify who continues to enable Trump’s terrorism. Indivisible groups were instrumental in last year’s push for impeachment, and we will be again. Here is the call page to share with your members to get your Members of Congress to support impeachment–please share this far and wide with your members to call right now.
OUR LAST DITCH EFFORT TO GET RID OF “HIM” IN DISGRACE!
. . .and on the positive side:
John Pilecki, Chair of the Democratic Environmental Caucus, led a terrific meeting on Thursday, Jan. 7. Many of the Dem candidates who ran for office and won and two who ran and did not win gave their impressions of their races, as well as introducing important messages for our future, environmentally and politically.
“People are passionate about local environmental issues as they affect their daily life, and they will cross party lines.” Nicole Crosby
Action Item: We need to write letters to our St Johns County commissioners to request that the Land Acquisition & Management Program (LAMP) be revived. This program allows for the purchase of private properties that have environmental significance. It would be great if you could attend the Jan. 19th meeting of the County Commission to support the reinstitution of LAMP.
Email all 5 Commissioners
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- Jan. 19 Meeting 9:00 am in the St. Johns County Auditorium located at 500 San Sebastian View, St. Augustine, FL. The Board reserves the right to cancel and or change the meeting schedule as needed.
GENERAL INDIVISIBLE ST JOHNS MEMBERSHIP MEETING
SCHEDULE TO BE ANNOUNCED
We have a new state coordinator, Abby Tannenbaum, who we’d like to invite to discuss where Florida goes from here. The date for this general meeting will be announced mid month. We hope you will all join us as we need your input! We anticipate many changes especially as we look to unseat DeathSantis, Rubio, Rutherford and Waltz. WE CAN DO THIS!
Email us anytime with your ideas, critiques and concerns. Stay masked, stay heathy. We need all hands on deck. firstname.lastname@example.org
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King envisioned Beloved Community as a society rooted in justice, equal opportunity and love for one another. He said this requires a qualitative change in our souls and a quantitative change in our lives.
Dr. King’s message is particularly resonant today. Please join us on Monday, January 18, as our local faith leaders explore Dr. King’s legacy from various faith perspectives. Beloved Community: An Interfaith Gathering 6:30 PM Monday, January 18, 2021 — ML King Day
Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/82120514879?pwd=eWZOeUt2bHRPNW10WTR0UHU1eG95dz09
Meeting ID: 821 2051 4879Passcode: 928087Or by phone: +1 312 626 6799
All are welcome!
EVERYONE — CONTINUE TO HUNKER DOWN AND STAY SAFE AS THE COVID VIRUS CONTINUES TO SURGE. IF YOU DO GET VACCINATED, REMEMBER YOU CAN STILL BECOME INFECTED. CONTINUE MASKING, HAND WASHING AND SOCIAL DISTANCING!
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