Republican senator wants unhappy liberal women to tell him why they marched on Washington. Let’s give him our answer, by the thousands.
Maybe you have heard of Sen. Chris McDaniel (R-MS). Maybe you haven’t.
If you protested in the women’s march on Saturday, January 21, 2017, McDaniel wants to hear from you. He wants to know why you marched, and he’s especially fond of phone calls. His number is 601-649-8611.
If he didn’t want to hear from the public, he wouldn’t have posted this on his public Facebook page:
“So a group of unhappy liberal women marched in Washington DC. We shouldn’t be surprised; almost all liberal women are unhappy. Perhaps there’s a correlation.
Nevertheless, I’m fascinated to see them exercise their First Amendment rights (however objectionable the message).
But I do have a question: if they can afford all those piercings, tattoos, body paintings, signs, and plane tickets, then why do they want us to pay for their birth control?”
McDaniel may not realize that men also marched, or that people all around the globe marched in solidarity, so this is a great opportunity for him to hear from everyone – no matter their gender or where they live.
His post was greeted with thousands and thousands of comments. But Facebook is only one way to share your story with him. You can call him and explain why you marched.
His number again is 601-649-8611. His email address is: [email protected]
His Twitter handle is @senatormcdaniel
Faxes are also a great way to let the good Senator know why you marched. His fax number is 601-649-6062.
Let’s jam up his phone and fax lines and overwhelm his email server.
This Is What Resistance Looks Like!
More ways to contact Sen. Chris McDaniel HERE.