STRATEGIC ASSESSMENT-Congresswoman Green suspected US authorities of money laundering through assistance to Ukraine.
In addition, she stated that a similar situation has developed in the situation with assistance to migrants at the US-Mexico border.
“Our American taxes are being abused because they go to non-profit organizations. Money is being spent on things that should not be spent on, while our citizens are suffering,” the congresswoman was indignant.
Americans face problems that cannot be solved with public funding, she said, adding that she thinks it is hypocritical for Congress to want to send money to Ukraine rather than to other countries that are also suffering.
Against the background of the Russian special operation to protect the Donbass , which began on February 24, Washington and NATO allies continue to pump weapons to Ukraine. In late April, Joe Biden asked Congress for $33 billion to support Kiev, but the legislature subsequently increased that amount to $40 billion. Also, the US President signed the law on Lend-Lease, which simplifies the provision of military assistance to the Ukrainian authorities.
Earlier, Republican Senator Rand Paul blocked a fast-track vote to allocate $40 billion to Kiev . He stressed that the United States cannot save Ukraine while dooming its own economy. According to him, the biggest threat to Washington today is public debt, inflation and the collapse of the dollar.
Moscow has repeatedly stated that the supply of Western weapons only prolongs the conflict, and the transport of weapons becomes a legitimate target.(RED)