How to Talk to Your Congressman about the Violence at the Capitol and the Assault on Civil Liberties

When I was a little girl growing up in California, my parents were in the Senate, which meant I had access to everything that they cared about.

I remember having an entire section dedicated to my parents’ careers and accomplishments.

I vividly remember sitting with my family and reading about how they were instrumental in making sure that the United States was not hijacked by a foreign dictator or a madman.

The year of the revolution was the year of my father’s passing, and as a boy I knew that his legacy would be a huge part of my own.

I was fortunate enough to live a life filled with these values and those who were proud of them.

But the violence at the hands of the Republican Congress and President Trump has robbed me of the memories that my parents held dear, and they’re not going to let me forget that.

I have been fighting back with a new, bold, and powerful strategy: I am calling for a Congressional Caucus of the People, an all-out civil disobedience movement to bring attention to the crimes of the Trump Administration.

I am using the tools that my platform as a member of Congress and my grassroots organization have been able to harness to make my case.

I believe that the voices of millions of Americans have been silenced and silenced often enough by the actions of a few.

I’m asking you to join me.

This is a fight that has to be waged.

But it has also to be fought in the streets.

We have the power to change the future, and I believe we have the strength to win.

The people of California and across the nation are united in our call for Congress to listen to the people of the United, not just the people in Washington.

We are the people who will not allow the current Administration to hijack the next election, we are the ones who will continue to fight for civil rights, we will not be intimidated by the rhetoric and threats of the White House, and we will continue our fight for equality and democracy.

We will not give in to the threat of political violence or the threats of authoritarianism.

We need you to continue to stand up and demand that the Republicans, not the President, take the lead on defending civil rights and for protecting the rights of our citizens.

We can only succeed in bringing these issues of the Capitol to the forefront of American consciousness by putting forward a united front, standing up together and standing together for what’s right.

The People’s Congress of the U.S. Senate is currently running for Congress, and it’s important that the Democratic Party recognize that they have a chance to win the House.

They have a great chance of taking the House in 2018, and that is why we are here today.

We’ve been here before.

We know how to fight.

We understand how to rally.

We’re in this together.

So we are asking for your support to help us take the fight to the next level.

Please join us.

We just need your help.

Together, we can win this fight.

Thank you.

I’m in a lot of pain, but I’m also in love.

And we can’t stop until we get rid of Donald Trump.

I can’t imagine how hard it must be for someone like me who’s never been in a fight to feel so helpless.

And I know what you’re going through.

It’s heartbreaking to see how much of your life you’ve had to take for granted.

But I know that you know what’s best for you, and this is what you’ve been waiting for.

I know you want to continue doing the best for your family, and you want that to be a reality.

So if you want more time with your family now, we have some great opportunities waiting for you.

The United States of America, by the grace of God, is blessed to be at this point.

This moment will be long, but the rewards are long-lasting.

As I look back, I see the United State of America as an optimistic and hopeful nation, but one that has the strength and courage to do whatever it takes to fight back against those who would destroy our country.

Thank God for the Americans that you have chosen to protect you and your family.

Thank You, God Bless You, and God Bless America.