First of all, there are better ways to get the attention of Congress than storming it. Email me at email@example.com or the current manager of Baltivist, Madelena@Baltivist.com, if you would like to participate in a Baltic Advocacy Day. You will be guided with expertise on how to best influence members of Congress to support the Baltics with personal meetings with Congressional offices.
Members from all ends of the political spectrum are invited. Action this way is peaceful, effective, and encouraged by Congress. (Plus – this year we plan on going virtual)
Highlights from previous Baltic Advocacy Days
Right before the election, I released a post here on Baltivist.com that called President Trump tyrannical and called for Baltic-Americans to vote for President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
This week, President Trump called his supporters to Washington for a ‘Save America’ rally, called for his supporters to march on the Capitol, then managed his followers on Twitter as they stormed the building of another branch of government – the US Capitol.
Obviously, I stand by my words associating Trump with tyranny.
Yesterday on the radio, I heard the new Republican co-chair of the House Baltic Caucus, Rep. Don Bacon (NE), call for US leadership. He asked for leaders to step up and proclaim our pride that we are the greatest nation in the world.
As a strong country that has supported strong democratic governments in the Baltics, the United States is indeed a great nation of the world. After all, we descendants of Baltic nations know the horrors of tyranny.
So I call upon members of the House Baltic Caucus and the Senate Baltic Freedom Caucus from the Democrat AND Republican Parties to please invoke the 25th amendment now. Impeach and convict Trump.
The United State of America is better than having a tyrant President who calls his supporters to invade other branches of government.