Sounds like Trump may have vetoed a resolution that sought to "sought to end US involvement in the Saudi-led war in Yemen." Apparently Democratic Party hopefully Sanders may be trying to override Trump's veto.
Yemen has been facing conflict for a long time. In the 90's the bombing of the USS Cole brought the eyes of the world to the area briefly. A few decades later , US citizen Anwar al-Awlaki was murdered by drone without an Article III trial and 2 weeks later so was his 16 year old son.
In November 2018, the failing New York Times and other media outfits asserted 85,000 children may have already died in Yemen.
In the seemingly perpetual War on Terror where already so many lives and loot have been tossed into these large collective action project, we have to wonder if there is a war for minds, then how well are our interventions and actions advancing the hearts and minds--especially ones concerned with justice and safety and security.
Are the acts of the House of Saud the friends we need in the perpetual war on terrorism? Or is it spreading terror, and suffering?
Perhaps Making America Great Again would require realizing a world where children and the innocent are not harmed by seemingly unaccountable bureaucracies premised upon arbitrary power and institutionalized state violence.
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