In a thought-provoking discussion, conservative commentator Tucker Carlson and Republican Kentucky Representative Thomas Massie raised concerns regarding the ongoing push for increased funding for the Ukraine war. The conversation delved into the motivations behind Washington, D.C.’s support for Ukraine despite the belief that it is a conflict the country cannot win.
Ep. 45 How could Washington possibly send tens of billions more to sleazy oligarchs in Ukraine now that the whole enterprise has been revealed as a fruitless, corrupt and incredibly destructive disaster? Because that’s what they always do. pic.twitter.com/Cn6SMHcqcr
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) December 5, 2023
During a Twitter show appearance, Massie joined Carlson to discuss the recent attempts by D.C. figures to allocate additional financial aid to Ukraine. Carlson pointed out House Speaker Mike Johnson’s endorsement of the funding, questioning why the Republican party is in favor of such support.
In response, Massie shed light on the benefits that the military-industrial complex derives from the manufacturing of “deadly munitions” within specific districts. He emphasized that the federal spending directed towards Ukraine is often funneled back to the military-industrial complex, benefiting both stockholders and even some congressmen.
The conversation grew more critical as Carlson raised the poignant question of whether those who advocated for the war had ever apologized for the immense loss of life and the prolonged conflict. He highlighted the fact that Ukraine is engaged in a war it cannot win, resulting in the deaths of an entire generation of Ukrainian men.
Massie echoed the sentiment, criticizing the push to support the funding as morally deficient and economically illiterate. The discussion highlighted the discrepancy between the public argument of a moral obligation to aid Ukraine and the pursuit of self-interest in the military-industrial complex.
Meanwhile, in another twist related to Ukraine’s funding row, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky unexpectedly canceled scheduled meetings with Congress. This development followed tensions brewing among Republicans who were contemplating their support for further financial assistance to Ukraine.
The abrupt cancellation of Zelensky’s meetings raised questions about the uncertain trajectory of the funding package. The Biden regime had proposed a $106 billion aid package encompassing assistance for Ukraine, Israel, and other needs. However, the issue has created divisions within Congress, with some lawmakers expressing reservations.
Republican opposition to the funding was reinforced by House Speaker Mike Johnson, who made it clear that Republicans would not offer their support without the inclusion of a border security deal. These recent developments underscore the complex dynamics of the funding dispute and highlight the growing tensions surrounding Ukraine.
As the funding row continues to unfold, conservatives like Tucker Carlson and Thomas Massie are questioning the underlying motivations and consequences of allocating billions in aid to Ukraine’s war efforts. The conversation serves as a platform to scrutinize the implications of vested interests and raises important moral and economic considerations surrounding such funding decisions.
Meanwhile, high profile Ukrainians are speaking out as well…
Former Zelensky adviser Arestovich says that “in the conflict of Globalists and Realists, we bet on the wrong side.”
Globalists wanted NATO expansion. Realists advocated Ukrainian neutrality to avoid war.
Ukraine bet on Globalists and got destroyed.pic.twitter.com/Qa2ywxzf2O
— David Sacks (@DavidSacks) December 6, 2023
KLITSCHKO Accuses ZELENSKY of ENDING Democracy in UKRAINE 🇺🇦
A clearly angry Vitali Klitschko remarked to the media because of Vladimir Zelensky, there are practically no independent institutions of power left in Ukraine.
He also expressed the opinion that the country is moving… pic.twitter.com/eLO73UX7F4
— James Porrazzo (@JamesPorrazzo) December 2, 2023
“A clearly angry Vitali Klitschko remarked to the media because of Vladimir Zelensky, there are practically no independent institutions of power left in Ukraine. He also expressed the opinion that the country is moving toward a dictatorship, in which everything depends on the mood of one person. This is not a good sign for Zelensky.” – James Porazzo
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