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Jack Smith vs. Trump showdown

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Massive showdown: Jack Smith takes on Trump and his Supreme Court Look {NAME}, this is not a drill:

Massive showdown: Jack Smith takes on Trump and his Supreme Court [Jack Smith / Donald Trump and Brett Kavanaugh]( [25,000 SIGNATURES NEEDED: DEMAND THE SUPREME COURT TO DENY TRUMP IMMUNITY FROM HIS JANUARY 6TH CRIMES:]( [ADD YOUR NAME TO THE PETITION ➡︎]( Look {NAME}, this is not a drill: – The Supreme Court’s delay on deciding Trump’s immunity is slowing down Jack Smith’s case. – And worse they might rule in Trump’s favor! – Brett Kavanaugh assumes folks like you aren’t paying attention – but we know you are, {NAME}. So we’re sending a petition to the Supreme Court: [DEMAND THEY DENY TRUMP IMMUNITY FROM HIS JANUARY 6TH CRIMES:]( [ADD YOUR NAME TO THE PETITION ➡︎]( They need to know New York Progressives are paying attention. MFA This message was sent to: [{EMAIL}](#) [Click here to receive fewer emails.]( | [Click here to unsubscribe.]( [Medicare For All]( Paid for by Medicare For All. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate committee. www.passmedicareforall.org [Medicare For All is driven by one simple mission statement: health care is a fundamental human right.]( Every American should have access to high quality health care regardless of their income. Every year, American families see their premiums rise while their quality of care declines. Patients are dying because they are putting off medical visits they can’t afford. People are splitting prescription pills so they can make their outrageously high-priced, life-saving drugs last a little longer. We've had enough. Medicare For All isn’t just the best path forward -- it’s the only path. Greedy insurance companies, drug manufacturers, and special interest groups have been standing in the way of real progress for too long -- we’re here to fight back. [Click the button below to support our work:]( [CHIP IN $5 TO PASS MEDICARE FOR ALL >>]( This email was sent to [{EMAIL}.]( We know we email you a lot, but we’re up against Big Pharma and wealthy special interest groups. The only way our work is possible is through grassroots activists like you. But if you'd like to receive fewer emails from us, please [click here](. If you’d like to unsubscribe entirely, please [click here](. With your help, we can make unbelievable progress for a healthier and just America. And we’re so glad you’re on our team. [CHIP IN $5 TO PASS MEDICARE FOR ALL >>]( We're so glad you're in this fight, thanks for being on our team!

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