Dec 29, 2017

AE911Truth Bulletin | Dec 28, 2017 | 1 million views! Now send the Bobby McIlvaine video to Congress | Blogger: 2,182 Citizens Who've Taken Action | 6,546 Messages Sent to Congress | 510 Members of Congress Contacted |

Send Your Members of Congress
the Bobby McIlvaine Video


Receive 50 Palm Cards to Distribute Locally

Happy holidays, friends!

With the official video of the Bobby McIlvaine Act having just eclipsed one million views on Facebook, now is the perfect time to send the video to your members of Congress and urge them to introduce the Act in 2018. See below for a few basic instructions on taking this simple-but-important action — and help us reach our goal of sending 1,000 emails by Friday!

Once you’ve done that, please consider making a donation to our Year-end Fund Drive. When you donate $25 or more ($30 for non-U.S. residents), you’ll receive 50 Bobby McIlvaine Act palm cards that you can hand out in your community.

By making a year-end gift, you’ll enable us to continue our work and at the same time equip yourself with a tool to raise awareness of the Bobby McIlvaine Act.


How to Send the Bobby McIlvaine Video to Your Representatives:

1) Find your members of Congress and their contact info by entering your state (for senators) and zip code/street address (for congresspersons) on
2) Use the pre-written email below (including, most importantly, the video link), though you should feel free to personalize the wording of the email as you see fit.

Dear Representative/Senator _________:

As a constituent in your district, I ask that you watch this short, seven-minute video about the Bobby McIlvaine World Trade Center Investigation Act:

The video, which features the father of 9/11 victim Bobby McIlvaine, was released on Sunday, December 17, 2017, and has already accumulated more than one million views on Facebook.

I further ask that you give serious consideration to introducing the Bobby McIlvaine Act in 2018. You can learn more about this Act at


[Your name]

3) On your email, please bcc — or, if you’re required to use an online form, forward us a copy of your submitted message — so that we can keep track of how many emails are sent to members of Congress.

Thank you for taking these quick and simple, difference-making actions!