U.S. senators flip middle finger to Trump, Bin Salman


Press TV interview with Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor

The US Senate has voted in favor of advancing a resolution to end Washington’s support for Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen. Republican senators have joined Democrats to give the measure the 60 votes required to advance the motion. The move will now pave the way for a debate and a vote in the chamber. President Donald Trump’s administration had urged lawmakers to back continued military support for Riyadh. The senate vote will be seen as a blow to the U-S President. The Saudi war has triggered a humanitarian crisis in Yemen, pushing millions of people to the brink of famine.


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  1. @Kevin, the question is why? Surely these same Senators are the ones who have supported the Saudis for many decades. Why are they now acting like they’re turning against them? The beginnings of diverting attention away from Israel? Up next? Blaming 911 on the Saudis? When we all know that the pea brain Wahhabis only played a minor role in that event…

  2. Nice read. Why did they fund it to begin with other than the obvious $ pay for pay, Oded Yinon/PNAC/Greater IsRAHELL Project which essentially is a Balkanization safari venture endeavor. Fraudi’s paid for the toys & embraced the peccant criminal Bankers & power structure. Wahhabism is Zionism. History shows us the alliances in different epochs that prove the nexus’s & methods of deception.

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