YOUR RESISTANCE NEWSLETTER
WEEK OF JANUARY 24, 2021
NEW YEAR, NEW PRESIDENT, NEW CONGRESS
MEET OUR NEW INDIVISIBLE COORDINATOR, ABBY, FOCUSED SOLELY
ON NORTH FLORIDA
This is your chance to find out first hand what is on the agenda for 2021 and beyond! Leadership opportunities abound as we work to get rid of Rubio, Rutherford, Waltz, Renner, Stevenson, and…..DEATHSANTIS.
INDIVISIBLE ST JOHNS GENERAL MEETING
January 28, 2021
Join us to hear what Abby has to say and tell her what she needs to hear
to help us. Her bio is HERE. Next week our email will only consist of a short survey
of your interests and strengths and what roles you can take going forward.
Your leadership team is exhilarated but exhausted. This is your chance to shine and we are
here to help you! Without YOU, we may end up dissolving our local group which would
be a shame after all our success:
NO PARDONS – NO AMNESTY – FOR DONALD TRUMP
Donald Trump committed numerous crimes during his 4 years as President. But Republicans are demanding pardons–or amnesty–for Donald Trump.
Let Congress know what you think about this!
Join us to advocate for democracy reforms
Florida House Bill 1–Need to ask to Vote NO!While many Republicans across the nation have condemned the Capitol riot, Democrats insist that the convenient timing is just leverage to get the bill passed, saying that there were ‘no similarities’ between the BLM protests and the Capitol protest
Email or call your Representative using the contact information below or text the word LOWER to Resistbot on iMessage, Messenger, Twitter, Telegram, or to 50409 on SMS and follow the prompts. Copy and paste the following in the text of your message.
HB 1 is on the Wednesday, January 27, meeting agenda of the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Subcommittee.
I urge you to vote NO on HB 1.
HB 1 Combating Public Disorder Fernandez-Barquin SB 484
Enacts heavy-handed punishments designed to curb free speech and silence dissent. Preempts municipalities from funding initiatives to maintain law and order with social workers trained in substance abuse, domestic violence, mental health and homelessness.
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