Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Phone Bank From Home for LGBT Equality
From our friends at Freedom For All Americans
President Trump’s nominee for the United States Supreme Court is Judge Neil Gorsuch, whose history of rulings prioritizing religion over all other civil rights raises significant doubts that he will fairly serve LGBT Americans on the nation’s highest court.
We need to mobilize national action against this nominee by helping thousands of Americans easily contact their legislator and express their concerns.
We’re partnering with the National Equality Action Team – and we need you to volunteer. Click here to sign up to make calls from home.
Here’s how it works: You make calls to constituents who support LGBT equality in several key states, explain to them the importance of ensuring Neil Gorsuch is denied confirmation to SCOTUS, and connect them directly with their Senators’ offices.
We’re currently recruiting for shifts on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings. If you can’t make any of these shifts, tell us you’re interested in volunteering for a future action by clicking here.
Neil Gorsuch is a man best known on the national stage for his commitment to prioritizing personal religious beliefs over all other freedoms, making him a top choice for anti-LGBT activists who want to be able to use religion as an excuse for anti-LGBT discrimination. He doesn't believe LGBT civil rights are worth fighting for in court. He has indicated that he believes the freedom to marry is part of a frivolous “liberal social agenda” rather than a vital protection for families. He has ruled that a transgender woman must remain in an all-male prison, despite recognizing her female gender identity.
This is not the resume of a person who should be confirmed for a lifetime position on the U.S. Supreme Court – we need to block this nomination. Click here to sign up for a remote phone bank with NEAT and help direct action from constituents in key states.
Together, we can make a difference for decades to come.
Freedom for All Americans