Pew poll signals strongly that pro-Russian Republicans are gaining momentum quickly, and likely signals the end of US aid to Ukraine if the GOP re-takes the House in November. pic.twitter.com/MxBXoQtpEv— Brynn Tannehill (@BrynnTannehill) October 4, 2022
How about we get every single Floridian back into their homes and back to normal before we send one more cent to the Ukraine???— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) October 4, 2022
Dear Congress:— Matt Gaetz (@mattgaetz) October 2, 2022
On behalf of my fellow Florida Man in grave need of assistance….
Just send us like half of what you sent Ukraine.
Your Fellow Americans
Final vote was 230-201. Only ten Republicans voted to fund the government pic.twitter.com/AXsDzBPhz0— Acyn (@Acyn) September 30, 2022
Ten House Republicans vote to fund the government:— Kristin Wilson (@kristin__wilson) September 30, 2022
Hal rogers KY
The vote in the House was 230 to 201.
Every single Democrat voted for another $12.3 billion in spending on the war in Ukraine. Only 10 House Republicans voted for it. 200 voted against the Ukraine aid package.
“WASHINGTON — Congress gave final approval on Friday to a short-term spending package to keep the government open through mid-December and President Biden signed it soon afterward, staving off a midnight shutdown and sending about $12.3 billion in military and economic aid to Ukraine.
The House passed the measure less than 12 hours before funding was set to lapse. It will keep the government open through Dec. 16, giving lawmakers time to iron out their considerable differences over the dozen annual spending bills.
The package included a third tranche of aid to Ukraine for its battle with Russia, on top of a total of about $54 billion approved earlier this year. With the vote on Friday, Congress has now committed more military aid to Ukraine than it has to any country in a single year since the Vietnam War, reflecting a remarkable bipartisan consensus in favor of pouring huge amounts of American resources into the fight as the nation seeks to reclaim more of its territory from Russia.
Still, most House Republicans opposed the measure, which passed on a largely party-line vote of 230 to 201. Ten Republicans joined every present Democrat in voting for the legislation. …”
If Democrats hold Congress in the midterms, Joe Biden will continue to write blank checks to Zelensky to fund and escalate this war against Russia for the next two years. The issue is rapidly becoming polarized now that over $60 billion has been spent on this stupid war.