Link To DEMAND NO MORE so-called “aid” to Ukraine HERE
Ungrateful Zelensky and Washington bureaucrats expect American taxpayers to keep funding their endless wars. Say NO!
As more information comes to light regarding the CV-19 SCANDAL, the political class seems to be working diligently to avoid accountability for their unnecessary masking, lockdowns, ‘testing,’ closing ‘nonessential’ businesses, the experimental (and fatal) injections and destroying the economy.
D.C. bureaucrats seem to be shifting gears to start more wars and steal more American taxpayer money to avoid the inevitable: accountability for their unconstitutional CV-19 policies.
Bob Menendez and Lindsay Graham are big time cheerleaders of Zelensky’s war and have met with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen to pledge American support for Taiwan. WTH? We have enough challenges here at home to deal with. Working class Americans do not want war.
Lindsay Graham 202-224-5972 Bob Menendez 202-224-4744 STOP funding for wars. START negotiating for peace. -JD
Nothing But Welfare Queens: American Aid to Zelensky and Tsai Ing-wen
As it pertains to the American public, Ukraine’s response to the Russian invasion can be summed up with two words: “Zelensky demands.”
To date, Washington elites and their politicians have been happy to provide—at public expense—lining their own pockets in the process.
As of this writing, U.S. aid for Ukraine has reached approximately $67.5 billion, a figure greater than Russia’s entire 2021 military budget. According to the State Department, this support includes $15.2 billion in direct military assistance. The support comes although 60-70% of lethal aid never reaches the front lines, according to a now-redacted CBS interview with on-the-ground activists.
Not only is the American taxpayer supporting much of the Ukrainian military, it is also supporting the Ukrainian government. The same working class Americans who were deemed “nonessential” in 2020—who saw their businesses shuttered and burned down—now have to pay entitlement programs both at home and in Ukraine. As of September 30, 2022, the U.S. has provided $13 billion in “direct budget support,” which is ostensibly used;
…to pay government salaries, meet pension obligations, maintain hospitals and schools, and protect critical infrastructure[,] support continuity operations at the national, regional, and local levels, support for [sic] the health sector, agricultural production, civil society, [and enable] programs to hold Russia and its forces accountable for their actions in Ukraine.
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