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Tell your Senator: Vote NO on Chad Wolf for DHS Secretary

Trump’s morally bankrupt acting Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Chad Wolf, has reportedly ignored or twisted basic information used to make life or death security decisions — seemingly to appease Trump’s vanity. It’s the stuff of authoritarian dreams.

So it should be no surprise that Trump has nominated Wolf to this role permanently. But this nomination simply CANNOT proceed as business as usual. Because what do the failure of the Trump administration to hold the Russian government accountable for interfering in our elections, deployment of DHS agents in Portland, family separation at the southern U.S. border, and now, horrific reports of forced sterilization in immigration detention centers ALL have in common? Chad Wolf.

Wolf’s nomination hearing is in just DAYS so we have to act fast — by adding our voices, we’ll give Senators the political support they need to act on misgivings they likely already have about Wolf’s fitness for this role, and end his reign at DHS by voting NO on ANY move to confirm him as DHS secretary.

Tell your Senators: Refuse to confirm Chad Wolf for Homeland Security Secretary.

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To members of the U.S. Senate:

In his role as acting Homeland Security Secretary, Chad Wolf has repeatedly politicized the most basic functions of the job. A new whistleblower complaint indicates he sought to bury intelligence reports of Russian election interference because they were making the president “look bad.”

As the person who has overseen the deployment of secret police against protestors and Russian government election interference, and forced medical procedures on immigrants in detention centers, Wolf has no business being head of the Department of Homeland Security.

These actions prove his inability to protect the United States and the safety of its people. Trump has nominated Wolf to be confirmed as DHS Secretary, and I urge you to speak out against his nomination and vote NO if his confirmation comes to a vote in the Senate.

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