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Stop Funding Zelensky’s War and Give Americans their Money Back

February 26, 2023 | Stop Funding Zelensky’s War and Give Americans their Money Back |

Americans never authorized payments to Ukraine.  Congress members and Joe Biden decided to send BILLIONS of dollars to Ukraine. However, they were just carrying out a plan that was devised before Biden’s inauguration. I’m referring, of course, to Sam Bankman-Fried and the FTX flywheel scam.

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With that in mind, the 2014 (Obama-BidenNuland) coup that’s not widely known in the US, and the expansion of NATO close to Russia’s borders in violation of the 2015 Minsk Peace Agreements, provides more accurate context to Putin’s actions. And by the way, most of America still has no idea where Ukraine is and hates the idea that people are being killed or suffering in our name.

Once you have read the following two documents, it will make sense why Putin has been cast as the bad guy while Zelensky has been cast as the good guy.

READ: Current Ukraine Scenario Written in 2019 By Rand Corporation

READ: Declassified CIA Documents Provide Insight Into History of US Government Involvement in Ukraine

Ungrateful Zelensky has some nerve lecturing Americans and threatening them for not supporting his endless war. The conflict could have ended early on, but he and the US have refused to negotiate.

Meanwhile, the people of East Palestine, Ohio are suffering through one of the worst environmental disasters in history and should be a #1 PRIORITY for aid.

The fact that Biden took the time to appear with Zelensky and neglected to go to Ohio speaks volumes. The people in Ohio and in the rest of America need to know that the folks that they elected have their back – not with just words, but with action.

It’s time to stop investing in endless wars and start sitting at the table to negotiate peaceful solutions.

Congress members who stole BILLIONS of dollars and enabled the FTX flywheel scam and Mr. Zelensky should start thinking about how they will pay that money back to Americans. And FYI, the idea of an audit of Congressionally approved Ukraine aid is laughable. Give us our money back.



In total, the United States has committed more than $40.4 billion in security assistance to
Ukraine since the beginning of the Biden Administration –Fact Sheet (
– June 9, 2023