The Senate Judiciary Committee plans to vote on the Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court nomination today, so you can find contact information for those members right here, on Judiciary's website; just hover over the member's name, and you can navigate to their website, which will have their phone numbers. Be prepared to call more than one number for each Senator; Senatorial staffers haven't liked answering their phones for a few years now. There are many reasons to oppose the Barrett nomination, but today you'll want to address Ms. Barrett's almost pathological refusal to answer questions put to her by the committee. Not just the standard of-course-I-can't-rule-on-that-until-I-see-it sort of refusals, either -- she refused to commit to Supreme Court precedents as settled law, which even previous Republican nominees made a point of doing, and she wouldn't even say that a President who loses an election should transfer power peacefully, which you'd also think is pretty much a layup for a Supreme Court nominee. And if you think conservatism is about preserving traditions, you'd have to conclude that a nominee who won't even say that is no kind of conservative.
Meanwhile, our President has been in the habit of suggesting we're going to have a COVID-19 vaccine ready just in time for Election Day, as if literally no one could possibly see his own self-interest in that, but the corporation supposedly furthest along in developing one (Pfizer) has already said there's no chance of that happening, and of course you know that rushing a vaccine is a really stupid idea, not just because it might be full of poison, but also because if it doesn't work, people will less readily trust the one that does work. With that in mind, Daily Kos helps you tell your Congressfolk to prevent our President from releasing a bad vaccine before the election just to improve his chances. If you stand ready to accuse me of having a political motivation, then please carefully re-read every single word I've written in this paragraph. Nothing would please me more than to have a good COVID-19 vaccine ready before Election Day, even if it gets this turd of a President re-elected. But passing off a bad one as a good one would be evil.
Finally, if you've missed previous opportunities to tell your Congressfolk to reform the notorious 1033 program which lets local police departments get masses of surplus military weapons, then the Project on Government Oversight still helps you do that. Why do police need bazookas? Not to make arrests, that's for sure! No, police "need" bazookas so they can put down peaceful protestors who oppose their executions of black folks without even charging them with a crime. And studies inform us that police kill more civilians they get massive amounts of military weapons, which would, I hope, make sense to you. I've said for a while now that we need to stop using police officers as the Swiss Army knives of our civilization, that we need to stop making them respond to every conceivable request for assistance a citizen can make, and if we can do that, we certainly won't need to keep supplying them with rocket launchers and the like. If you're still of the mind that all of that is insufficiently "supportive" of our police, please just navigate away from this blog, because only God can give you the instruction you need, and I don't take God's tasks on my shoulders.