Yemeni blood is on Trump’s hands

As many as 85,000 children may have starved to death in Yemenaccording to a new study of UN data. Another 14 million people are at risk. The conflict is essentially a proxy war between Iran on the one side and Saudi Arabia and the Emirates, supported by the USA, on the other.

As you know, the President maintains this support for Saudi Arabia despite the vicious murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the hands of Saudi government operativesNothing about this situation is acceptable.


ONE THING YOU CAN DO RIGHT NOW


This week the Senate is debating S.J.Res 54, “A joint resolution to direct the removal of United States Armed Forces from hostilities in the Republic of Yemen that have not been authorized by Congress.” As you read this, the resolution ought to have passed the SenateCall Senators Feinstein and Harris and thank them for their votes.

For extra credit: ask both Senators to lend their support to the Saudi Arabia Accountability and Yemen Act of 2018, bipartisan legislation to ensure Congressional oversight of US policy in Yemen and to address this ongoing humanitarian disaster.


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Thank you for all that you do,
Rachel