The crisis in Haiti reached a critical point this month after armed gangs attacked government buildings, which led the Prime Minister to announce he’s going to step down.

Police in the country’s capital said their stations are under constant assault.  

All of this has prevented crucial supplies from reaching Haitians, with aid groups saying some 1.4 million people are on the verge of famine.

Mayor Eric Adams called on the U.S. government to help.

“Stop the flow of guns. Stop the deportation. Give the expertise on how to stabilize the community and give the resources that needed at this time,” Adams said.

Jean-Yves Plaisir, a professor with the Borough of Manhattan Community College and founding member of CUNY’s Haitian Studies Institute, and Jean Pierre-Louis, president and CEO of the nonprofit organization Capracare, which is providing relief to those in Haiti, joined “The Rush Hour” to discuss the crisis in Haiti.