Marjorie Taylor Greene Goes Off Against $40 Billion Ukraine Aid Bill

The Russo-Ukrainian War has been a moment of clarity for liberty conservatives.

It has given us a strong idea who is with liberty conservatives and who is with the Deep State.

Count Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene as a solid liberty conservative who not only believes in limited government but also opposes never-ending wars.

On May 19, 2022, the day the United States Senate passed a $40 billion aid package to Ukraine. It was approved by a vote of 86-11.

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Greene reacted to this development on Twitter. She tweeted,“$40 BILLION to Ukraine is America last failure.

Intelligence briefings with “reasons” why we have to go to war with Russia are similar to the intelligence community telling lies about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

The future of the Republican Party is America First.”

Greene was one of 57 Republicans who voted against this measure in the US House. At The Hill, Alexander Bolton listed off the senators who voted against this aid package:

Republican Sens. Marsha Blackburn (Tenn.), John Boozman (Ark.), Mike Braun (Ind.), Mike Crapo (Idaho), Bill Hagerty (Tenn.), Josh Hawley (Mo.), Mike Lee (Utah), Cynthia Lummis (Wyo.), Roger Marshall (Kan.), and Tommy Tuberville (Ala.) also voted against the measure.  

Greene has firmly reminded liberty conservatives how the same actors who lied America into the second Iraq War are the same people pushing for war against Russia — a nuclear power. Let that sink in for a second. 

This is a good lesson into the friend/enemy distinction where liberty conservatives must realize that under no circumstance should they regurgitate the talking points of people much less pact with people who push for never-ending wars. These same pro-war fanatics are also the ones pushing for repressive measures at home against right-wing dissidents. 

These people are the enemy and it’s up to liberty conservatives to always vote against them and their legislative projects should the opportunities present themselves. 

It’s no longer about convincing our political enemies but rather punishing them and making their political lives miserable.