For Immediate Release
Stand Up America Implores Lawmakers to Impeach Donald Trump
WASHINGTON - Following a vote in the House Judiciary Committee to move articles of impeachment against Donald Trump forward, Stand Up America Founder and President Sean Eldridge released the following statement:
“On this historic day, the House Judiciary Committee did its duty by voting to uphold the Constitution and by approving articles of impeachment against a lawless president.
“Donald Trump has shown time and again that he is willing to abuse the power of his office and conceal the evidence of his high crimes for his own gain—and unless he is removed from office, Trump’s corruption will only become more brazen.
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“Republicans in Congress have no substantive defense of Trump’s actions, just a blind loyalty to their party and an allegiance to a corrupt president. If GOP lawmakers fail to put their country first by refusing to hold Trump accountable, they will be accomplices to the subversion of our democracy.
“We call on every lawmaker—Democrats and Republicans—to show their loyalty to our country and our Constitution by voting to impeach Donald Trump.”
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Stand Up America is a progressive advocacy organization with over two million community members across the country. Focused on grassroots advocacy to strengthen our democracy and oppose Trump’s corrupt agenda, Stand Up America has driven over 600,000 phone calls to Congress and mobilized tens of thousands of protestors across the country.