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Tuesday's D3 Daily Action: What question would you ask Jeff Sessions?


Attorney General Jeff Sessions goes on the record before the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday. 


Senators are taking input from the public on what to ask.


Take this survey from our friends at the ACLU to get your questions in the mix!


Bonus mission: Curious about the origins of Lady Justice and her depictions in Western culture? Learn about her history as an Egyptian, Hellenic, and Roman goddess of fairness and truth. 

Stay Strong America!






D3 Daily Action

D3 Daily Action

Friday's D3 Daily Action - Attend a D3 Event in Pueblo, Ridgway or Telluride TODAY! 


What: Town Hall with Senator Cory Gardner
Date: Friday, October 6th
Where: Pueblo Convention Center
Address: 320 Central Main Street - Pueblo, Colorado
When: 9:30 - 11:00am

Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) will hold a town hall meeting on Friday, October 6th in Pueblo. Constituents are encouraged to arrive early, as space is limited. The event is open to the public and the media. If you are a member of the media interested in attending the event, please RSVP by sending an email to Senator Gardner’s Press Secretary, Casey Contres, at: NOTE: Date and time are subject to change per Senate vote schedule. Gardner’s office will make an additional announcement if the schedule changes.


What: Meet + Greet with CO Attorney General Candidate Joe Salazar
Date: Friday, October 6th
Where: Cimarron Coffee + Books
Address: 380 Sherman Street - Ridgway, Colorado
When: 1:00 - 2:00pm

Please stop by to connect with Joe Salazar for Attorney General. According to his campaign, "Joe intends to take the AG's Office out of the hands of corporations and special interests and return the People's Lawyer back to the People. Serving in the Colorado House of Representatives since 2013, Joe is the only candidate with the track record of fighting for communities and the health of Colorado's environment."


What: D3 ACT Telluride
Date: Friday, October 6th
Where: Wilkinson Public Library Program Room
Address: 100 W Pacific Ave - Telluride, Colorado
When: 12:00 - 1:00pm

In just a few minutes, take several important actions and learn how to become involved and productive in a way that suits your personal passions, talents and availability. Let's keep the momentum going by getting more organized and effective in our efforts!


D3 Daily Action

D3 Daily Action

Tuesday's D3 Daily Action

Call for Jeff Sessions to step down as Attorney General.

Call: Senator Cory Gardner, Senator Michael Bennet & Representative Scott Tipton to demand Jeff Sessions' resignation.

Script: Hi. I’m from _ZIP_ calling with concerns about our leadership’s integrity. Jeff Sessions failed to reveal meetings with Russian diplomats during his security screening process. I would like _NAME_ to join Senator Schumer (D-NY) and Representative Lieu (D-CA) in calling for his resignation. Thanks.

Additionally, watch this quick video from that summarizes some of the policies that are rapidly changing under the Trump/Sessions regime.

First on CNN: AG Sessions did not disclose Russia meetings in security clearance form, DOJ says - CNN

Sessions Was Advised Not to Disclose Russia Meetings on Security Forms - NY Times

With thanks to Jen Hoffman's Activism Checklist for this D3 Daily Action.



Friday's D3 Indivisible Action - Recusal is not Enough!

Call Colorado Senator Gardner, Senator Bennet and Representative Tipton to tell them that they should join Congress Members from other states who have already called for the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Recusal is not enough! Ask that they make a public statement calling on Sessions to resign. If they won't, your next question is: why not?

Sessions lied under oath about his contacts with the Russian ambassador during the Trump campaign to which he acted as Foreign Policy Advisor.  Tell your Member of Congress that Sessions' successor must appoint a special prosecutor to lead a comprehensive investigation of the Trump campaign and the Trump administration's ties to the Russian government. 

A little more background...

During his confirmation hearing, when asked by Senator Al Franken “if there is any evidence that anyone affiliated with the Trump campaign communicated with the Russian government in the course of this campaign, what will you do?," Sessions replied, “Senator Franken, I am not aware of those activities … I didn’t have – did not have communication with the Russians.” 

The only way for Americans to be able to trust that our government can act with integrity -- to know that our top leaders aren't compromised by a foreign power, and to trust that the nation's top cop follows the law that he is duty-bound to enforce -- is for Attorney General Sessions to resign his post immediately and for his successor to appoint a special prosecutor to begin a comprehensive investigation of Donald Trump, his campaign, and his administration. 

Anything short of that  puts our country's security, our free and fair elections, and our justice system at grave risk.

And for your viewing pleasure, here is a video from 1999: A younger Jeff Sessions stating the importance of prosecution for perjury. 


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