A $40 billion aid package for Ukraine that had passed the House was delayed a bit in the Senate after Sen. Rand Paul objected because the bill didn’t contain financial oversight:

Senate leaders from both parties were reportedly annoyed by Sen. Paul’s demand, but they worked around it and the bill has passed:

Here are the Republicans who voted against the bill:

Those who voted for the bill are declaring it a victory.

Of course not. That would have been fiscally responsible.

Here’s a breakdown of what that $40 billion will be spent on (though without adequate oversight who really knows).

When Biden took office he said Trump’s “America First” days were over, and he wasn’t joking.



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