(Natural News) Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida has filed a resolution in the House of Representatives calling on President Joe Biden’s administration to end all American military and financial aid to Ukraine and to urge all nations involved in the conflict to reach a peace agreement.
“President Joe Biden must have forgotten his prediction from March 2022, suggesting that arming Ukraine with military equipment will escalate the conflict to ‘World War III,'” said Gaetz in a statement. “America is in a state of managed decline, and it will exacerbate if we continue to hemorrhage taxpayer dollars toward a foreign war.”
According to Gaetz, the principal author of the resolution, the United States’ support for Ukraine in its conflict with Russia is “inadvertently contributing to civilian casualties,” hence why there is a pressing need to end all aid to Ukraine and to get both Russian and Ukrainian leaders together to reach a peace agreement. (Related: US, NATO using discredited domino theory to justify sending even more taxpayer-funded arms shipments to Ukraine.)
Gaetz pointed out that about 40,000 civilians have died and nearly eight million Ukrainian refugees have fled across Europe as a result of the conflict.
Furthermore, he pointed out that American aid to Ukraine “far exceeds” that from other countries. Since March 2022, the Biden administration has appropriated more than $110 billion in taxpayer funding for military, financial and humanitarian aid to Ukraine. This does not include the $2 billion in additional military aid Congress just appropriated in the second week of February.
Gaetz supported by 10 other House Republicans
Gaetz’s resolution has been co-sponsored by 10 other House Republicans. These are:
- Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona
- Rep. Lauren Boebert of Colorado
- Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona
- Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia
- Rep. Anna Paulina Luna of Florida
- Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky
- Rep. Mary Miller of Illinois
- Rep. Barry Moore of Alabama
- Rep. Ralph Norman of South Carolina
- Rep. Matt Rosendale of Montana
Gaetz’s cohort has been vocal about opposing U.S. involvement in Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine from the very beginning.
These congressmen and women have consistently called out the Biden administration for sending billions of taxpayer dollars to Ukraine while Americans were struggling at home with high inflation, soaring gas prices and shortages of certain essential goods like baby formula.
Rosendale remarked that he wished Biden showed “the same passion for protecting America as he does for protecting Ukraine” and warned that increasing American involvement in the conflict is a national security issue that “sets us on a collision course with another nuclear power.”
Greene has called on Biden to “put America first” before sending more aid to Ukraine. She warned that Biden is depleting the military’s weapons supplies “while China is building its military at the fastest pace in world history.”
Massie has criticized the aid going to pay the salaries and expenses of Ukrainian politicians and bureaucrats as “obscene.”
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