Will Congress Act?


Our democracy has been attacked.

Russian operatives conducted a far-reaching influence operation to interfere with the 2016 election, spreading disinformation and infiltrating our election infrastructure. Special Counsel Robert Mueller was tasked with investigating this breach — and whether Donald Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia or obstructed justice to cover it up.

After two years, 37 indictments and guilty pleas, and countless attempts to derail the investigation, Mueller’s inquiry finally came to a close in March 2019. The final product? A 448-page report, proving the Russian attacks on our election system to benefit then-candidate Trump — and riddled with shocking evidence suggesting that the President of the United States had committed obstruction of justice.

Mueller left it to Congress — the men and women elected to represent us — to take further action. But in order to fully understand Mueller’s findings and fight for the accountability we deserve, each and every member of Congress must read the report cover to cover.

Will Congress act? Find out if your members of Congress have taken the crucial first step towards uncovering the truth by reading the Mueller report in full.

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