Saturday, July 22, 2017

Shameful

With a vote expected next week, this may be our last chance to stop Trumpcare.

Dear MoveOn member,

Let's talk about Trumpcare.

Trumpcare, at its heart, is not a health care bill. It's a bill to take away health care from the middle class, the elderly, the sick, and the poor—and hand the money to special interests such as insurance companies and Big Pharma.

It's a moral atrocity. And, with a vote now expected next week, this may be our last chance to stop it.1

If just three Republicans vote no, Trumpcare is dead. And if the bill doesn't pass before Congress leaves town for its August recess, then even Senate Leader Mitch McConnell himself admits that Trumpcare is probably dead for good. When that happens, he'll have to (gasp!) work with Democrats to shore up the health markets under the Affordable Care Act.

We have to make the next few days count. I can tell you from my years in Washington that votes can flip on a dime, and party pressure can be so intense that it feels as though the walls are closing in on you from every direction.

And Mitch McConnell is editing the bill every day to try to find the votes. He's trying to bring the holdouts on board with policies that are micro-targeted at their state—effectively bribes (even though these offerings are virtually meaningless compared to the pain and suffering that will be caused by the massive loss of health care and vicious cuts to Medicaid). He even took the unheard-of step of keeping senators in D.C. for two extra weeks—until August 11—to try to force a vote.

It won't be easy to stop Trumpcare for good, but I believe in MoveOn's ability to do it. They are organizing events to pressure on-the-fence senators (including, recently, huge rallies with Bernie Sanders that were all over the news), flooding those same senators with calls, making compelling videos with heart-wrenching stories, helping lead daily rallies in Washington, D.C., to focus national media on the grassroots opposition to this bill, and more.

Please, click this link to chip in $3 to help MoveOn organize rallies, flood lawmakers with phone calls, run ads, and do everything humanly possible to stop Trumpcare in this final stretch.

Thanks for all you do.

—Robert Reich

Source:

1. "'I don't even know what we're proceeding to next week.' Obamacare vote nears with key details still missing," Los Angeles Times, July 21, 2017
http://act.moveon.org/go/11306?t=3&akid=186633%2E10220574%2EP4YehK

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Friday, July 21, 2017

Quick signature needed: NO fossil fuel development in the Giant Sequoia National Monument

Will you join me in protecting the Giant Sequoia National Monument by signing my petition?

Dear MoveOn member,

Earlier this summer, Donald Trump signed an executive order threatening the Giant Sequoia National Monument with fossil fuel development.1 That's why I started a petition to Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke, calling on him to protect this national treasure. Will you join me in protecting the Giant Sequoia National Monument by signing my petition?

No drilling, mining, or logging in the Giant Sequoia National Monument.

Tell the Department of the Interior: No fossil fuel development in the Giant Sequoia National Monument!

Click here to add your name to this petition, and then pass it along to your friends.

Thanks!

–Peter Stocker, Friends of the Earth

Source:

1. "Here are the national monuments being reviewed under Trump's order," Los Angeles Times, May 5, 2017
http://act.moveon.org/go/11240?t=17&akid=186632%2E10220574%2EOOZ-ew

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Yes, I'll chip in $5 a month.

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Thursday, July 20, 2017

Brooklyn: Sign up to attend a Neighborhood Listening Project Canvass

Will you attend ?

 

YOU'RE INVITED!
Neighborhood Listening Project in Flatbush
 
WHAT: Neighborhood Listening Project in Flatbush
When: Sunday, July 23, 1:30 PM
WHERE:

Victorian Flatbush
(in Brooklyn)

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS.

Whether you’re a first time canvasser or a seasoned pro, we need your help getting out in your community, talking to your neighbors to connect with them on a human level about what’s on people’s minds surrounding healthcare in this country. Not only can we stop the repeal of the Affordable Care Care but we can also push for a system that guarantees healthcare for all. 

That's why between July 18 and July 30, Mobilizers from MoveOn’s Resistance Summer are taking to the doors to have thousands of conversations about health care in our country—and the solutions we need to fix it. These trained MoveOn Mobilizers will be organizing hundreds of door knocking events across the country, including one near you!

Will you join a Mobilizer near you and sign up to canvass with them in your community? Click here to RSVP today.

Can't make it? Click here to search for another Neighborhood Listening Project event near you.

A person holding a sign! YES, I'LL BE THERE! People holding signs!

 

Want to support our work? The MoveOn community will work every moment, day by day and year by year, to resist Trump's agenda, contain the damage, defeat hate with love, and begin the process of swinging the nation's pendulum back toward sanity, decency, and the kind of future that we must never give up on. And to do it we need your ongoing support, now more than ever. Will you stand with us?

Yes, I'll chip in $5 a month.

No, I'm sorry, I can't make a monthly donation.


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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

How to access the Ready to Resist call on Sunday, July 9

Dear MoveOn member,

Thank you for signing up for the Ready to Resist call series. 

Calls will be held monthly in July and August. If you selected the recurring subscription checkbox, you will be informed of each call when it is scheduled. 

To access the call, you have two options. To join by phone, answer the call you will receive at around 8 p.m. ET/5 PT on the evening of the call. To join online, visit moveon.org/readytoresist to stream the call live and view the accompanying slideshow. You can also find recordings and slides from past calls at that page.

Get a few friends together to listen, and then discuss and plan!

Can you also let your friends and family know about Sunday's Ready to Resist Call? Pass on the link moveon.org/readytoresist and invite them to RSVP. 

Thanks, and talk with you soon!

—Victoria

Want to support our work? The MoveOn community will work every moment, day by day and year by year, to resist Trump's agenda, contain the damage, defeat hate with love, and begin the process of swinging the nation's pendulum back toward sanity, decency, and the kind of future that we must never give up on. And to do it we need your ongoing support, now more than ever. Will you stand with us?

Yes, I'll chip in $5 a month.

No, I'm sorry, I can't make a monthly donation.

 

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Huge milestone. Let's keep it up.

Thanks to you, the latest GOP proposal to repeal the Affordable Care Act and gut Medicaid is collapsing.

Dear MoveOn member,

Thanks to you, the latest GOP proposal to repeal the Affordable Care Act and gut Medicaid is collapsing.

Over the past few days, the momentum has shifted radically against the GOP's attack on health care. We could be on the verge of a historic victory, if we keep the pressure up.

On Monday night, enough Republican senators came out against the Trumpcare bill to kill its chances in the Senate. Then Mitch McConnell changed tacks, announcing that he'd hold a vote on a repeal of Obamacare without a replacement.1

By this afternoon, three Republican senators—Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, and Shelley Moore Capito—announced that they'll vote no on that, too.2 If they do, the vote will fail.

McConnell announced tonight that the vote will be held one week from now, and Senate Republicans are meeting with Trump tomorrow.

As we've seen, GOP plans can change at lightning speed—so it's vital that we keep up maximum pressure, demanding as many commitments to vote no as possible. We can't let down our guard.

But right now?

We're winning.

The passage of time has a way of making events seem inevitable in retrospect. If the repeal effort does, in fact, grind to a halt, people will say that it was doomed all along. But when Trump was first elected and Republicans said they'd repeal the Affordable Care Act "immediately" and "on Day 1," a huge loss seemed all but certain.3 A situation like this was barely imaginable.

Let's take a moment to remember what really happened. It's an extraordinary story of transforming the seemingly impossible into the inevitable. That's what social movements do. And that's what we've got now: a movement.

Think of all the twists and turns.

MoveOn's first national day of action against Trumpcare came on December 20, 2016. Protests in dozens of cities nationwide, with thousands participating. Then we started hitting the phones, with tens of thousands of appeals from constituents to elected officials.

Next came January 15, 2017: "Our First Stand," as they called it, a wave of public demonstrations on health care sparked by Bernie Sanders. By then, the GOP was already growing wary. Then came the unforgettable Women's March. And then that first congressional recess in February—the first "Resistance Recess"—when 100,000 people flooded town hall meetings and told their senators and representatives that their lives were on the line, and they were ready to fight to defend them.

The House Republicans' response to the February Resistance Recess was to come home and schedule a vote on their hideous bill at breakneck speed, with no hearings or consultations. Protests multiplied. Republicans balked—on both the hard-right and moderate wings of the GOP caucus. MoveOn members and allies lit up the phone lines.

On the day of the vote, MoveOn members alone made 30,000 calls to House Republicans. In Washington, D.C., we gathered to protest the bill's passage—and suddenly, moments before the rally began, Paul Ryan canceled the vote. "Obamacare is the law of the land for the foreseeable future," he announced.4 It was hard to believe. Joined now by Nancy Pelosi, we literally jumped for joy:

Nancy Pelosi victory jump

That was the 24th of March, a wonderful day. But, as it turned out, it was too good to be true.

Paul Ryan was lying. As the news media moved on to other stories, the ultraconservative Freedom Caucus was busily negotiating an amendment to make Trumpcare drastically worse. Suddenly, the bill was back on track. And a group of so-called Republican moderates, rather than rejecting a bill that had grown even more cruel to their constituents, utterly lost their backbones and caved.

In that moment of crisis, MoveOn members pulled out all the stops—massing in protest, funding planes dragging anti-Trumpcare banners over Republicans' home towns, frantically flooding Republicans' offices with calls. It wasn't enough. On May 4, 219 Republicans voted to pass Trumpcare, casting a vote that will haunt them for the rest of their political careers. Many will lose their seats because of it (we'll help see to that!).

As they left the Capitol, MoveOn protestors were waiting outside, chanting "SHAME! SHAME! SHAME!" as House Republicans boarded a bus to sip champagne and celebrate with Trump in the Rose Garden.

That's when the die-ins began. The resistance had entered a new phase. If the bill passed the Senate, the consequences would be lethal.

Working with a unified array of allies—from Indivisible and People's Action to Planned Parenthood and Ultraviolet, from unions like the SEIU and AFSCME to nonpartisan groups like AARP, and with coalition efforts like Protect Our Care and Health Care for America Now, MoveOn turned the pressure up as far as it could go. Alongside progressive movement allies like CREDO, the Working Families Party, and Our Revolution, we pressed Democrats to stand and fight—to shut down business as usual in the Senate as Republicans negotiated their bill in secret. As Democrats ramped up their opposition, the media, which had once more fallen asleep at the switch, finally perked up and took notice that insurance for 22 million Americans was on the verge of incineration. McConnell vowed a vote on his bill by the end of June—so we went on the road with Bernie Sanders, drawing crowds of thousands for last-minute protest events in West Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.

Bernie Sanders rally to stop Trumpcare

We joined partners for relentless demonstrations outside of district offices. We cheered for disability rights activists from ADAPT as they parked wheelchairs in McConnell's office and refused to leave—chanting "No cuts to Medicaid!" even as they were dragged out by police officers—and then repeated the tactic in other GOP offices in D.C. and around the country. On the night before the voting was to begin, a group of Democrats and activists gathered for an impromptu conversation on the steps of the Capitol that turned into a roaring rally. And then, fearing a loss, McConnell—as Ryan had done before him—yanked the bill, delaying the vote.

But we'd collectively learned our lesson from the House—and didn't pause for a second.

Over the Fourth of July recess, activists drove home opposition to the health care bill every time a senator appeared in public. As senators returned to Washington, D.C., doctors, patients, and activists from the Center for Popular Democracy, HousingWorks, and other groups staged simultaneous sit-ins in more than a dozen GOP Senate offices. Calls poured in, ads aired on television, and medically fragile children—dubbed "the Little Lobbyists"—walked from office to office in the Senate to tell Republicans not to take away the care that kept them alive. Citizens and Democrats rallied and spoke out, and Republicans tried to dodge cameras and constituents to avoid answering for the cruel legislation they were poised to pass.

And then, at last, the wheels came off the GOP bus. Just as in the House, they moved the bill to the right to please the Ted Cruz conservatives. But even that wasn't enough for Rand Paul and Mike Lee.

Today, they moved it further right, attempting to repeal the Affordable Care Act without a replacement. This time, it was the moderates—subject of an avalanche of pressure for six solid months—who refused to go along. And suddenly, just like that, the bill appears dead.

Republicans promised to repeal the Affordable Care Act for seven years. They gained total control of the House, Senate, and White House. They have enough House and Senate seats to keep their promise. But they don't have the people.

And, as the saying goes, the power of the people is greater than the people in power.

It doesn't always work this way. We can't expect to win every fight of the Trump era. Even in this fight, something could still suddenly change. But especially given how rare these moments are, it's important to mark and celebrate the times when our fight is succeeding.

So what comes next?

First, we need to make sure zombie Trumpcare stays in its grave. Remember, McConnell is still insisting on a vote next week on repealing the Affordable Care Act, even though he doesn't have the votes to pass it—apparently because he wants to be able to say he tried before moving on to tax cuts for billionaires. We need to make absolutely sure that vote goes down in flames. But even after that, even if Republicans can't repeal it legislatively, Trump will keep trying to sabotage it through executive action. And Trump’s budget calls for hundreds of billions of dollars in cuts to Medicaid. We still have to resist with all our might.

And it's also time to look ahead. We must hold accountable everyone who voted for this hideous bill or came close to supporting it—and prepare to throw dozens of Republicans out of Congress next fall. And it's time to rally Democrats in support of the visionary step forward that America still desperately needs: Medicare for All. 

Defending health care has taken millions of dollars over the past six months. Now we must hold Republicans accountable and fight for a better system for everyone. If you can contribute, please help out with a $3 donation now.

Yes, I'm in! I'll chip in now to help win the final vote, hold Republican lawmakers accountable for Trumpcare, and rally Democrats to embrace Medicare for All.

These fights await us. Stay tuned for opportunities to take action.

But until the next battle comes, let's take a moment to share a deep breath. On behalf of the tens of thousands of people whose lives, so far, have been saved, the tens of millions whose coverage has been preserved, and the hundreds of millions of Americans whose protections themselves have been protected ... thank you!

Thank you for fighting.

Thank you for believing this was possible, for not giving up hope.

Thanks for all you do.

–Ben, Emma, Anna, Justin, and the rest of the team

P.S. Join me this Sunday, July 23, for the next Ready to Resist mass movement call, where we'll talk about the very latest on health care and the path forward. We'll be joined by leaders from the Working Families Party, Center for Popular Democracy, and People's Action to prepare for the August congressional recess. Click here to RSVP for the call this Sunday at 8 p.m. ET (7 CT/6 MT/5 PT), and you'll receive a phone call to join, or you can stream live online at moveon.org/readytoresist.

Sources:

1. "Senate Republicans are in denial that repeal without replacement is dead," Think Progress, July 18, 2017
https://act.moveon.org/go/11232?t=5&akid=186457.10220574.-e563f

2. "'Let Obamacare Fail,' Trump Says as G.O.P. Health Bill Collapses," The New York Times, July 18, 2017
https://act.moveon.org/go/11233?t=7&akid=186457.10220574.-e563f

3. "It’s true Trump didn’t pledge Obamacare repeal in 64 days. He pledged it in one." The Washington Post, March 24, 2017
https://act.moveon.org/go/11234?t=9&akid=186457.10220574.-e563f

4. "Ryan: 'Obamacare is the law of the land' for foreseeable future," Politico, March 24, 2017
http://act.moveon.org/go/11235?t=11&akid=186457.10220574.-e563f

Want to support our work? The MoveOn community will work every moment, day by day and year by year, to resist Trump's agenda, contain the damage, defeat hate with love, and begin the process of swinging the nation's pendulum back toward sanity, decency, and the kind of future that we must never give up on. And to do it we need your support, now more than ever. Will you stand with us?

Click here to chip in $3, or whatever you can afford.


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Monday, July 17, 2017

Democrats keep losing elections. Here's how we can finally win.

Our candidates need to change the playing field—from campaigns driven by high-priced consultants and cautious poll-testing to ones built on genuine, one-on-one conversations with voters.

Dear MoveOn member,

It's not enough for progressives to just be anti-Trump.

The special elections that we've lost already this year have proven that. We must address the forces that helped create Trump in the first place, including inequality, stagnant wages, the shrinking middle class, and appeals to racism. Otherwise, we'll just keep losing.

To win, our candidates need to change the playing field—from campaigns driven by high-priced consultants and cautious poll-testing to ones built on genuine, one-on-one conversations with voters.

That's why I'm so enthusiastic about MoveOn's new Neighborhood Listening Project. MoveOn is training 1,000 emerging community leaders—a massive effort that's at the grand scale that this political moment and our country's future demand.

These MoveOn-trained organizers will knock on doors all over the country to connect with voters and understand, at a personal level, what's on people's minds. Along the way, they'll talk about a positive vision for our country, recruit volunteers, and build grassroots power. Crucially, many of these canvasses will take place in the swing states and districts that are going to be the most critical in next year's midterm elections.

This is just the kind of long-term organizing that we need to undertake to lay the groundwork to win control of Congress next year and secure more legislative and electoral victories in the years after. But this kind of organizing and movement building is incredibly intensive work, and I know that MoveOn has taken a big risk in launching this program before they'd recruited enough monthly supporters to fund it and then to sustain what they build.

That's why I'm writing you today on behalf of MoveOn. Eddie, will you chip in $5 a month to help support MoveOn's game-changing organizing?

Yes, I'll chip in monthly right now to help support MoveOn's long-term organizing to lay the groundwork to win control of Congress next year.

No, I'm sorry, I can't make a monthly donation.

Donald Trump and his cronies are still trying to push through one of the most destructive and unpopular agendas in history, and they have no interest in hearing what their constituents think, want, or need. They've stopped answering their phones, and they've refused to hold town hall meetings. If Republicans won't listen to the American people, MoveOn will.

Starting this week, the 1,000 community organizers that MoveOn is training (and who will, in turn, train thousands more progressive activists on how to canvass their own communities) will hold hundreds of listening canvasses that will reach tens of thousands of Americans at their doorsteps by the end of July. MoveOn is going to give participants the tools to continue canvassing this summer and beyond and share what they're learning, so we can lay the foundation for winning elections in 2018 and 2020.

MoveOn is thinking strategically—big and long-term—and, Eddie, I want to ask you to do the same. Can you chip in $5 a month to help MoveOn build organizing capacity in communities across the country to fight the Republican agenda now and kick Republicans out of office in 2018?

Yes, I'm in! I'll chip in monthly to start building right now to win back power in 2018.

No, I'm sorry, I can't make a monthly donation.

This is so important that I'm going to say it again: It's simply not enough to just be against Trump. Progressives will win back power by listening to, connecting with, empowering, and bringing the American people together to fight for an economic and political system that works for all of us, not just the wealthy and the political elites. Let's do this—together.

Thanks for all you do.

–Robert Reich

Want to support MoveOn's work? The MoveOn community will work every moment, day by day and year by year, to resist Trump's agenda, contain the damage, defeat hate with love, and begin the process of swinging the nation's pendulum back toward sanity, decency, and the kind of future that we must never give up on. And to do it MoveOn needs your ongoing support, now more than ever. Will you stand with MoveOn?

Yes, I'll chip in $5 a month.

No, I'm sorry, I can't make a monthly donation.


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Sunday, July 16, 2017

When they come for___, will you stand up?

MoveOn is looking for people in every state to respond immediately in moments of national crisis. MoveOn is looking for people in every state to respond immediately in moments of national crisis.

Dear MoveOn member,

We know that Donald Trump is erratic and dangerous. In the aftermath of North Korea's recent ballistic missile test, it's not hard to imagine him responding to international conflict—or an attack within the U.S.—with a dramatic military escalation or an assault on Americans' civil liberties.1
 
At such a moment, MoveOn members will be called on to mobilize rapidly and strategically to disrupt a domestic crackdown or block a march to war. Let's not wait to prepare the sharpest, most effective response.
 
Eddie, MoveOn is assembling a group of trained MoveOn members in every state who will be ready to jump into action and help respond within a matter of hours in the event of a national or international emergency.
 
Are you someone who could take action to stop a rush to war or help stop an unconstitutional domestic crackdown? If you're raising your hand, then click here to help your community respond in an emergency.
 
MoveOn's goal is to assemble a team of volunteers within the next two weeks. Then, if there is a moment when Trump attempts to rush us to war or attacks our communities, we will be ready to spring into action with events around the country that will send a clear message to Trump, Washington, and the world: Not on our watch! 
 
MoveOn will join with allies to offer trainings and equip community volunteers to mobilize together quickly. This network will take on local organizing all over the country, share plans and ideas, and be visible in standing together for peace, diplomacy, and civil rights and liberties.
 
Are you or is someone you know interested in helping your community respond in an emergency? Then click here right now! We can't afford to wait another day.

Look: There's reason to believe that this type of escalation could come, and, possibly, quite soon. 
 
As the investigation into Russia's interference with our 2016 election pushes Trump deeper into a corner, he may be actively looking for an emergency that can be exploited to turn the country's attention away from his misdeeds. That's just how he thinks; remember, he once tweeted that Obama might launch a strike in Iran or Libya to boost his popularity.2

What's more, Trump has made repeated threats to use massive force—even nuclear force—in response to national and global problems.3 And he's making good on his threats already.4 He's on his third attempt to implement a Muslim ban.5 He approved the use of the "mother of all bombs" in Afghanistan.6 He asked Congress to increase the current $611 billion military budget by another $54 billion.7 And his escalation of armed conflicts in Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan has been both erratic and deadly.8 

We're campaigning against Trump's agenda every day. And on some fronts, we're winning. But we'll need MoveOn members to respond at an unprecedented scale and with incredible speed during an emergency moment—these teams of trained volunteers will help lead local efforts to respond peacefully, lawfully, and effectively, whether that's bringing community members into the streets, organizing vigils or rallies, standing in solidarity with a targeted community, or promoting alternatives to knee-jerk militarism and authoritarianism.

Click here to sign up to be trained to help your community respond in an emergency.

Thanks for all you do.

–Jo, Jessica, Alex, Gabby, and the rest of the team

Sources:

1. "U.S. Confirms North Korea Fired Intercontinental Ballistic Missile," The New York Times, July 4, 2017

2. Tweet by Donald Trump, October 9, 2012
https://act.moveon.org/go/11085?t=19&akid=186326.10220574.AzndEt

3. "9 terrifying things Donald Trump has publicly said about nuclear weapons," ThinkProgress, August 4, 2016
https://act.moveon.org/go/11108?t=21&akid=186326.10220574.AzndEt

4. "Reckless Endangerment: President Trump and the Use of Military Force," Center for American Progress, May 1, 2017 https://act.moveon.org/go/11109?t=23&akid=186326.10220574.AzndEt

5. "Trump Asks Supreme Court To Reinstate Travel Ban On 6 Majority-Muslim Nations," NPR, June 2, 2017

6. "Air Force drops non-nuclear 'mother of all bombs' in Afghanistan," The Los Angeles Times, April 13, 2017
http://act.moveon.org/go/11113?t=27&akid=186326.10220574.AzndEt  

7. "The US spent $611 billion on its military in 2016 — more than the next 8 countries combined," Business Insider, May 1, 2017 http://act.moveon.org/go/10949?t=29&akid=186326.10220574.AzndEt

8. "Trump Weighs Sending as Many as 5,000 More Troops to Afghanistan," NBC News, May 9, 2017

Want to support our work? The MoveOn community will work every moment, day by day and year by year, to resist Trump's agenda, contain the damage, defeat hate with love, and begin the process of swinging the nation's pendulum back toward sanity, decency, and the kind of future that we must never give up on. And to do it we need your ongoing support, now more than ever. Will you stand with us?

Yes, I'll chip in $5 a month.

No, I'm sorry, I can't make a monthly donation.

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