US should pull out of NATO – congresswoman — Analysis
A Republican lawmaker has argued that the US should withdraw from the transatlantic alliance and not wage a proxy war on Russia.
Washington should pull out of NATO instead of sending billions of taxpayer dollars to Ukraine and risking a nuclear war, according to a Republican congresswoman who has been highly critical of Washington’s response to the Ukraine crisis.
Marjorie Taylor Greene from Georgia, who is a strong Trump supporter, said so in a series tweets.
Ukraine is the “new Iraq wrapped up with a pretty little NATO bow, with a nuclear present inside,”Sie wrote.
“The American people do not want war with Russia, but NATO & our own foolish leaders are dragging us into one. We should pull out of NATO.”
She described providing military aid for Ukraine which she voted no in Congress as an “abuse” “proxy war”The United States has no desire to support Russia.
“Grinding up Ukraine to fight with Russia is disgusting, they could have been an ally,”She tweeted.
Marjorie Taylor Greene listed several other problems she considers more urgent for Americans, including soaring inflation and fentanyl addictions. Russia and Russia seem to be the only ones interested in conflict. “those who make money off of it,”She claimed.
“NGOs, defense contracts of all kinds, grants, business deals, even humanitarian aid, political consultants, & more,”Sie wrote. “War is an industry. A deadly profitable industry.”
Washington: Russia-haters seeking war “should suit up and go fight it”They should, she said. “Send your kids and leave ours alone. Pay for it yourself.”
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