Feminist -vs- Fascists: Justice Can't Wait!

Join our Noise Protest so the Supreme Court will hear us loud and clear:

📣 📣 📣 JUSTICE CAN'T WAIT! TRUMP IS NOT IMMUNE!

On April 25, defendant Trump will argue to the Supreme Court that he shouldn’t face prosecution for his January 6th insurrection attempt. His rationale: because he was President. We disagree. Presidents should not given a free pass for attempting to overthrow our Democracy. Period. Ever.

The Supreme Court’s MAGA majority has already interfered in the 2024 presidential election, handing Donald Trump the massive gift of delays as he seeks to run out the clock to avoid accountability for his crimes. We cannot allow justice delayed to become democracy destroyed.

Our demand is simple:
The Supreme Court *MUST* issue its immunity opinion by May 20th at the absolute latest.

📣 WHY IT MATTERS
• Accountability: Being president doesn’t mean you can attack our freedoms and democracy without consequences.

• Public Opinion: Most US Americans believe Trump must face the music for his actions on January 6th, regardless of his former role.

• Action: We’re responding with a clear message: Justice Can't Wait.

📣 JOIN US
We need everyone who believes in freedom over fascism. Here’s how...

• Be There: Join us at the Supreme Court to show our strength and our resolve.

• What to Bring: Your instruments, pots, pans, or any other noise-makers.

• Support: If you can’t make it, make a contribution to our grassroots organizing.

• Spread the Word: Use this toolkit to amplify the #JusticeCantWait talking points and demands https://docs.google.com/document/d/19nApcAjbXtvv-QRMgcGQZpxs1rKgmvnV5eyWnd3PLLQ/edit

See you in the streets on April 25th!

📣 HOW TO GET THERE:
Need a lift to DC? Carpool with fellow feminists: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/im9ach

📣 ACCESSIBILITY
Women’s March is committed to making this action accessible. We are also dedicated to our goal of making all participants feel welcome, safe, heard, thought of, and cared for.
If you have any specific accessibility needs or questions, please email [email protected]
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Thursday, April 25, 2024 at 9:30 AM EDT
Supreme Court of the United States
1 First Street Northeast
Washington, DC, 20543
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