Congressmembers explain their votes against foreign aid for Ukraine and Israel

After the passage of two foreign aid bills in the House on Saturday, the representatives who voted against them continued to voice their opposition.

First was the Ukraine Security Supplemental Appropriations Act, which appropriated $60.84 billion for the war against Russia, which has lasted over two years. The 311-112 vote, featuring exclusively Republicans in opposition, ended with some Democrats waving the Ukrainian flag.

“I stand with the Ukrainian people in their fight against Russia, but not at the continued expense of hardworking American taxpayer,” Rep. James Comer (R-KY) wrote on X. “The United States cannot continue to spend blindly when those funds could be better utilitzed right here at home. As Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, I made a commitment to safeguard taxpayer funds from waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement.”

Today, Congressman Comer
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