Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene Lead Charge to Audit U.S. Military Spending in Ukraine

Reps. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) are among the Republican lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives who are demanding an accounting for the immense amount of money that has been spent in Ukraine.

Last week, Biden called for another $37.7 billion in aid to fuel the war between Russia and Ukraine. If approved, this would bring the total to $104 billion in overall expenditures by the U.S. government in order to prop up Ukraine’s fledgling corrupt globalist puppet government. Gaetz is saying enough is enough.

“In the words of Democrats who don’t seem to understand the consequences of printing money on demand, ‘Never let a good crisis go to waste.’ This is exactly what is happening with Tuesday’s White House announcement, which demands more of your money to fill the coffers of Big Pharma and the Ukrainian government,” Gaetz said on Friday. also referring to a $10 billion spending request from the Biden regime to combat the COVID pandemic that no longer exists.

“If Joe Biden truly wanted to combat a crisis, he would be focused on reducing federal spending to combat the evaporating value of the US Dollar,” Gaetz continued. “For these reasons, I am a proud cosponsor of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Resolution of Inquiry to audit every American taxpayer dollar sent to Ukraine.”

Greene introduced a resolution calling for all documents to be preserved related to Ukraine funding as well as any communications between the U.S. and Ukraine that may have coordinated the funding. She introduced the resolution for the current legislative session but said she would be reintroducing it next year for the new GOP U.S. House majority as well.

“I’ll introduce this resolution again, but I’ll also be calling for a full audit. We voted ‘no’ to send money over there, but we’re also going to audit what’s happening in Ukraine.” she said.

Other co-sponsors of the resolution include Reps. Barry Moore (R-AL), Andrew Clyde (R-GA) and Thomas Massie (R-KY). Congressman-elect Cory Mills (R-FL) has also indicated his support for the measure by appearing at a press conference with the other lawmakers.

“You’ve heard Leader McCarthy say publicly that he doesn’t see very good odds for much funding for Ukraine going forward in a Republican-controlled conference,” Greene said, implying that she may have negotiated an end to unaccountable Ukraine funding with the man who is likely to become the next House speaker.

Gaetz and Greene are doing God’s work, fighting against the psychotic drive by politicians owned by defense contractors to push into World War 3.

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