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Congress survey Part II
Please give ONE of your representatives a call on Monday and record what they say in our handy dandy form. These questions are a bit harder than the softball question they got the first time.
OK, I have a small ask. Make just ONE phone call for me on Monday. Please!
Use this Form to get their numbers. Pick one to call.
Check for the district office number. Locals are far more responsive than staff in DC.. most district offices have an open day when you walk in and ask questions. Also messages from District are sent nightly to DC.
Identify yourself as a constituent and also mention that you are doing volunteer work for a survey that will be published in TrialSiteNews.
Ask them to answer the following questions (i.e., what is Senator/Representative X’s position on these 3 issues):
Should RFK Jr's book The Real Anthony Fauci be banned in America?
Will you meet with COVID vaccine injured in your district? (e.g., Zoom call)
How many children under age 16 have to be killed by a COVID vaccine before you call for that vaccine to be halted?
Use this Form to report their response.
You may have to call back. Keep calling until you get an answer. One phone call. If you want to call all three of your representatives, that’s OK too, but just one call is all we need.
I’ll publish the results and then we’ll take the next step.
It will be very interesting to see how they answer these questions.
They may say they will need to get back to you. Ask them when you should call back. Keep calling till you get an answer. That’s key.
Thanks for helping out!
Here are the results so far.
The results are meaningful as we found at least one member of Congress that is open to listening. There may two pending an answer to the third question.
Unfortunately, only 21 people out of over 68,000 that read this article took action to make a single phone call.
Please, if you want to stop what is going on, we need to have everyone who reads this make a single call to your representative. Don’t assume someone else is going to do it.