Tell the Senate: Don’t let Donald Trump topple our democracy

U.S. Senate

Donald Trump will stop at nothing to topple our democracy.

He recently went after his former Vice President for not illegally throwing out President Biden’s 2020 victory – adding: “Unfortunately, he didn’t exercise that power, he could have overturned the Election!” [1]

And that’s not all. He also told the crowd at a Texas rally that if he retakes the White House in 2024 – he might pardon the insurrectionists who led a deadly attack at our Capitol last January.

Congress needs to respond to these unprecedented threats immediately. Our representatives have a duty to ensure that no future president, including Trump, can abuse their power to undermine our democracy.

If a president can have election results they don’t like thrown out – and pardon those who try to overturn the votes of millions of Americans through violence and intimidation – then our democracy will crumble.

That’s why the Senate needs to pass the Protecting Our Democracy Act. This bill, which passed in the House with a bipartisan vote last year, would go a long way to make sure presidents can’t abuse their power – especially their pardon power.

Protecting our democracy from relentless, self-interested politicians – who will go so far as to enable insurrectionists if it means keeping their power – should not be a partisan issue. Every senator should recognize the importance of and support this bill.

If you agree that the Senate must pass the bipartisan Protecting Our Democracy Act to prevent White House corruption, add your name today.


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Donald Trump recently said that if he is elected to the White House in 2024, he will consider pardoning the rioters who attacked our Capitol on January 6th, 2021 – an attack that left five people dead.

The Senate must act now to prevent Trump and any other president from abusing their pardon power and enabling insurrectionists. We urge our senators to pass the Protecting Our Democracy Act immediately.