Congress is set to vote Friday on a bill that gives immunity to telecom companies that broke the law and contains vacuum cleaner style surveillance that sweeps up the phone calls and emails of Americans. Already, we know it’s blatantly unconstitutional. Things are moving so fast and so secretively that the ACLU only got a copy of this bill this morning.
Even if you’ve emailed, called or visited your members of Congress about FISA, we need you to contact them again today.
When you call, say something like this:
I am a constituent calling about H.R. 6304, the Hoyer/Bush FISA Deal. I urge you to vote "NO" because:
1. The Hoyer/Bush FISA deal allows for mass and untargeted surveillance of Americans’ communications.