The heartbreaking humanitarian crisis in Yemen fueled by our public dollars is taking a horrific turn for the worse as the Saudi-led coalition wants to launch a devastating military offensive at the port city of Hodeidah. Cutting off food and medicine would trigger a death spiral for the 8 million Yemenis already on the brink of starvation.
Instead of holding Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain accountable for using famine as a weapon of war, Trump wants sell them $2 billion in more bombs.
Congress has a 30-day window to intervene and vote on each weapons sale. That’s where we come in.
Tell Congress: Don’t sell Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Bahrain $2 billion in bombs to starve Yemen.