Act Now to STOP a new level of Pentagon corruption

Members of the U.S. Congress

What’s at the heart of the U.S alliance with Saudi Arabia’s authoritarian government? Corruption.

In an incredible report earlier this year, The Washington Post revealed that 15 retired U.S. generals and admirals have worked for the Defense Ministry of Saudi Arabia since 2016.

It’s indefensible to have former U.S. military officers training and creating systems that could very well be used against us.

We need legislation and oversight to prohibit former U.S. military officials from working with foreign governments that have a track record of human rights violations. That’s why we are demanding that Congress immediately investigate and end this corrupt practice — will you add your voice to the call?

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To: Members of the U.S. Congress
From: [Your Name]

I urge you to investigate reports that former U.S. military officers are on the payrolls of foreign governments, including those with horrific human rights records, and call on you to prohibit this corrupt practice.