Marjorie Taylor Greene torched far-left Cori Bush for demanding “reparations” in a 4 of July tweet while voting to send billions of dollars in military aid to Ukraine.
On Tuesday, Bush tweeted:
“The Declaration of Independence was written by enslavers and didn’t recognize Black people as human. Today is a great day to demand Reparations Now.”
Greene responded to Cori Bush, pointing out that the “Squad” lawmaker was a hypocrite for her “reparations” tweet because she voted for funding the Ukraine in the war against invading Russian forces.
Greene also blasted the Ukrainian armed forces, referring to its members as “Nazis.”
“Just stop. You voted to send $113 Billion to the white people and white Nazi army of Ukraine,” Greene tweeted Tuesday.
Last week, Greene also took aim at Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
“Somehow this makes so much sense from the actor wearing army green every day, fully funded by U.S. warmongers, and who just recently canceled elections, controls his state media, and has a Nazi army,” Greene said of a video that showed Zelensky meeting with climate change activist Greta Thunberg.
Greene is also a backer of Matt Gaetz’s Ukraine Fatigue Resolution, which calls to end US military and financial aid to Ukraine and demands a peace deal.
Matt Gaetz said the U.S. has been the top contributor to an “everlasting conflict.”
“America is in a state of managed decline, and it will exacerbate if we continue to hemorrhage taxpayer dollars toward a foreign war,” he said.
“We must suspend all foreign aid for the War in Ukraine and demand that all combatants in this conflict reach a peace agreement immediately.”
In May, Trump described the war in Ukraine as a “disaster,” adding that he believes the death toll is much higher than what’s being reported.
“You don’t knock down a whole city and say two people got hurt,” Trump told Farage.
“Thousands of people are being killed” in bombed Ukrainian cities. “That war has to stop,” Trump said.
Trump then declared that he would find it “easy” to end the conflict if elected president.
“I will end that war in one day, It will take 24 hours,” Trump said of the Ukraine conflict.