MTG says she voted against Defense Bill to stop Ukraine from becoming next ‘Afghanistan war’
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene says her latest surprising vote against the Defense bill was done for a “very simple” reason to prevent Ukraine from becoming the next decade long war. Greene says, “I love our veterans, I love our military and because I love them so much. I do not want another Korea, I don't want another Vietnam, another Iraq, another Afghanistan War, where we spend trillions of dollars and we watch coffins come home draped with flags.” The Georgia Congresswoman says that unfortunately, that’s where the U.S. is heading, “people in the Senate, many of the Democrats, the Biden administration, the State Department, if they had it their way, they would put troops on the ground as soon as possible in Ukraine. And I believe now is the time that we have to stand up and stop this and it's a big issue. A CNN poll said, 71% of Republican voters are against sending money to Ukraine and funding a war over there; defending Ukraine's borders and doing nothing about our borders. And then the CNN poll also said, 55% of all voters said they're against sending more money to Ukraine. So I'm not doing anything different than how the American people truly feel.” Additional interviews with New Jersey Congressman Jeff Van Drew on the surge of migrants at the U.S. southern border, and CEO of ‘American Culture Project’ John Tillman on UAW strike and fighting back against unions.