Trump supporters taking action

Tuesday, October 8, 2019
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Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com)

U.S. Capitol 3A Tea Party Patriot says the country should expect to see a lot of Trump supporters at their local congressional offices this Thursday.

Tea Party Patriots Action has organized what it is calling a National Day of Action on October 10th to tell members of Congress, "Don't impeach President Trump!"

"Basically what you do is you walk in and say, 'I'm John Doe, and I'm a constituent of Congresswoman Jane Doe, and I want to make sure that you understand I don't want the representative to vote to impeach President Trump,'" Jenny Beth Martin of Tea Party Patriots Action told AFR Talk's "Sandy Rios in the Morning" program.

She continued to encourage listeners to find out what their representatives will vote if an impeachment vote comes up and why they are going through an impeachment inquiry without actually having a formal vote on the floor of the House.

An online petition is also available at TrumpDefenseTeam.com, where those who cannot participate in the Day of Action can learn where all of the states' congressional offices are. Martin went on to implore voters to find the office closest to them and "go talk to your member of Congress."

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