Donald Trump is a clear and present danger to the safety and stability of our country. He
incited an attack against our country and against us.
On January 6, Trump incited a right-wing mob to storm Capitol Hill to disrupt the electoral college vote count that resulted in at least one death.
While he is now scheduled to leave office on January 20, we cannot predict what Trump may try to do before he goes. Trump is a threat and he must be removed immediately.
We have options laid out in our Constitution that ensure Trump’s removal involving the Vice-President, Trump’s Cabinet, and Congress.
The cabinet and the Vice President can and should invoke the 25th Amendment: Section 4 of the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution makes it clear that a President can be temporarily removed from office, if the Vice President and a majority of Cabinet members inform Congress that he is incapable of serving his duties.
If that is not accomplished, we demand Congress return to work and immediately impeach and remove Trump from office, where articles of impeachment have been drafted
and are waiting for introduction.
Sign if you agree: All federal officials with the power to remove Trump from office--Congress, the cabinet, the Vice President--must immediately do so through the means offered them in the constitution.
314 Action Fund
Alliance for Gun Responsibility
The Alliance for Retired Americans
Arab American Civic Council
Beyond the Bomb
Blue America Project
Coalition on Human Needs
Consumers United for Fairness
Democratic Strategy Institute
End Citizens United
Endangered Species Coalition
Expand the Map
Free Speech For People
Friends of the Earth Action
Go for Broke for Veterans
Guns Down America
Newtown Action Alliance
Ocean River Institute
Progressive Democrats of America
Progressive Reform Network
Student Debt Crisis
Congress, Vice President Pence, and Trump's Cabinet
Donald Trump provoked an armed riot of right-wing militants to storm Capitol Hill and disrupt the electoral college vote count. He is clearly incapable of serving his duties for the final two weeks of office. All federal officials with the power to remove Trump from office--Congress, the cabinet, the Vice President--must immediately do so through the means offered them in the constitution.