Thank Lt. Col. Vindman for his service

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman has been strong-armed out of the military after more than 21 years of service -- and right now, he needs to know that he has the American people’s support.

Back in February, Trump fired Vindman from his role as the top Ukraine expert on the National Security Council -- and had Vindman escorted from the White House, along with his twin brother.

Why? Because Vindman gave explosive testimony during the House’s impeachment inquiry -- and revealed shocking details about Trump’s call with the Ukrainian president, where he tried to extort Ukraine into investigating the Bidens.

But Trump’s vengeful crusade didn’t stop there. Even after leaving the White House, Vindman has reportedly been subject to a “campaign of bullying, intimidation, and retaliation” spearheaded by the president. And the White House even allegedly sought to block Vindman's promotion to the rank of colonel.

Now, this Purple Heart recipient is leaving the US Army altogether -- because he believes his future in the armed forces “will forever be limited” by political retaliation from Trump and his allies.

Vindman is a patriot. He felt, in his words, a “sense of duty” to tell the truth -- and no matter what Trump or his Senate enablers do, nothing can change the important truth that Vindman shared.

Right now, we need thousands of concerned Americans like you to send Lt. Col. Vindman your support -- and thank him for standing up for what’s right, even when it cost him his livelihood.

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To: Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman
From: [Your Name]

After enduring months of “bullying [and] intimidation,” Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman -- who courageously testified about President Trump and the Ukraine scandal in the House’s impeachment inquiry -- is leaving the US Army.

Trump and his administration have stripped Vindman of his job, his career, and his privacy -- all in childish retaliation for speaking the truth. The American people stand with Vindman and thank him for doing this country a great service.