Sunday, April 7, 2019

Indivisible Groups Join "Nobody Is Above The Law" Day of Action to Call for the Release of the Mueller Report

  NOBODY IS ABOVE THE LAW—RELEASE MUELLER'S REPORT demonstrations will be taking place around the country on Thurs., April 4.  Here are some local protests. 

At 5:30 PM gather at the War Memorial Plaza- Baltimore City Hall, Baltimore, MD 21202.  At 5 PM gather on the sidewalk on Little Patuxent Parkway next to the American City Building and in front of Whole Foods, Columbia, MD 21044. At 4:30 PM gather in Silver Spring, MD 20906 at the corner of Georgia Ave. & Rossmore Blvd. This is near the Leisure World Globe. Bring anything to show support for the Release of Report. At 5 PM be at the White House (Lafayette Park),
WDC 20001.  Chair of the House Judiciary Committee Jerry Nadler and other members of Congress will attend the D.C. protest . See

Attorney General William Barr had until Tuesday, April 2, to send the full Mueller Report to Congress. That's the deadline set by six House committee chairpersons, after which they will consider Barr to be noncompliant and will put the pressure of the law on him with a subpoena to #MakeItPublic.1 His refusal to co-operate is shielding the Trump administration from public accountability, and the Nobody Is Above the Law rapid-response network has been activated for a national day of action,  The Mueller Report was released almost two weeks ago. Out of approximately 400 pages, AG Barr has responded with a 4 page opinion without any credible Mueller sourcing. Barr claims he will release a report mid-April after heavy redaction. Congress must have the report in its entirety. The people will demand to have the facts Mueller has presented. Go to

Indivisible Groups Join "Nobody Is Above The Law" Day of Action to Call for the Release of the Mueller Report
For Immediate Release
Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Contact:  Emily Phelps |

WASHINGTON - On Thursday, April 4, Indivisible will mobilize for the “Nobody is Above the Law” Day of Action to call on Attorney General William Barr to release the full, unredacted Mueller report. Alongside coalition partners — including MoveOn, Public Citizen, People For the American Way — Indivisible will hold more than 300 events across the country on Thursday to make it clear that people want the report to be made public. Most protests will start at 5 pm local time. In Washington D.C., a flagship rally will be held in front of the White House.

   “Barr and the Trump administration have drawn unverifiable conclusions from a report no one else has been allowed to see while ignoring the overwhelming majority of Americans who want it to be made public,” Indivisible’s national policy director Angel Padilla said. “On Thursday, the people will make it clear that they want the report and they want it now. We hope Barr listens.”

  Despite Democrats and Republicans voting in unison to demand that the Justice Department publicly release the report, Barr is still keeping the public in the dark. He has offered an alternative timeline for releasing a redacted report, but the public deserves to know the whole truth. Democrats are ready to issue a subpoena for the report and Indivisible groups will stand with the coalition to demand transparency in government.


The Indivisible Project is a registered 501(c)(4) nonprofit. Our mission is to cultivate and lift up a grassroots movement of local groups to defeat the Trump agenda, elect progressive leaders, and realize bold progressive policies. Across the nation, thousands of local groups are using the Indivisible Guide to hold their members of Congress accountable. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate committee.

Donations can be sent to the Baltimore Nonviolence Center, 325 E. 25th St., Baltimore, MD 21218.  Ph: 410-323-1607; Email: mobuszewski2001 [at] Go to

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