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‘Shocking’: Here’s How Much Aid to Ukraine Costs Each American Household

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Following Joe Biden’s recent demand for $24 billion, the United States is spending a total of $113 billion in U.S. tax dollars to provide aid to Ukraine. This comes to a staggering $900 per American household, according to the Heritage Foundation.

A CNN poll found that 55 percent of American voters believe that Congress should not send more aid to Ukraine.

🚨 POLL: Should the US send more aid to Ukraine? VOTE: YES  |  NO

Richard Stern, the director of the Heritage Foundation Hermann Center for the Federal Budget, said, “The formal aid packages alone amount to a staggering $113 billion—roughly $900 per American household and almost 12 times the spending cuts promised by House leadership in the annual spending bills.”

“This $113 billion spending spree was added to our national debt and will cost more than $300 in interest costs per household over the decade. Of course, we’ve given more aid than that, but haven’t paid the bill on it yet,” he said.

“As the war in Ukraine becomes a prolonged conflict, Americans are rightly growing skeptical of sending more taxpayer dollars and equipment from our depleted armory,” Heritage Foundation President Kevin Roberts said. “Washington has failed to address their concerns, explain our nation’s strategy in the war, or enact basic oversight for our aid. If Congress can’t fix those fundamental issues, they have no business sending more money into the fog of war.”

Republican Rep. Warren Davidson of Ohio says the Democrats’ spending is out of control. “This request exacerbates your administration’s out-of-control deficit spending and circumvents the bipartisan debt ceiling agreement,” he responded. “Americans are tired of funding endless wars and want policies that not only help restore fiscal sanity in Washington, but also put America and American citizens first.”

Republican Rep. Matt Rosendale of Montana made a similar argument. “We wonder why the Biden administration is trying to pump billions of dollars back into Ukraine so that it can be laundered and redistributed. The only thing we can keep a close accounting of what we’ve sent to Ukraine already to this point are the weapons, and we know what the value of those weapons are.”

Rep. Rosendale says there has never been a “good audit” to account for “the $70 billion to $80 billion of cash revenue” that Ukraine has received from the U.S.

In 2016, Rosendale ran for Montana state auditor. He defeated the incumbent auditor, Troy Downing, in the Republican primary and the general election. As auditor, Rosendale focused on reducing government spending and improving transparency. He also worked to protect Montana’s natural resources. (COLLAPSING: Bud Light Parent Company Sells Off 8 Craft Brands)

“I would certainly urge [the] Judiciary [Committee] to put these facts together and to begin these impeachment considerations,” he said. “I hope that when we return in September that we can begin to have serious considerations and discussions about which impeachment proceedings to begin on. The facts have been presented to us, so OK, let’s begin the process,” said Rosendale. “Bring that up and let the American people see that we hear them, that we are not going to tolerate this criminal activity and that we’re there to do something about it.”

Rosendale says it’s “exceedingly clear” that President Joe Biden and his family have been doing business with foreign nationals by “selling our country out.” Newly obtained bank records show the Biden family received over $20 million. The bank receipts show millions in payments came from Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings as well as Russian oligarch Yelena Baturina and Kazakhstani oligarch Kenes Rakishev. Biden attended dinners with Baturina, Rakishev, and a representative from Burisma.

Appearing on Newsmax, Rep. Rosendale argued that its time to open an impeachment inquiry against Biden. He noted that Democrats opened impeachment proceedings against former President Donald Trump twice “with a lot less information.” So-called evidence against Trump was “generated out of thin air” with “false documents, forged documents, and false testimony.”

In contrast, Republicans “have actual documents that show that Vice President Biden and his son and other family members were receiving millions and millions of dollars, whether it’s the Chinese government, the Kazakhstan government, the Ukraine government, the Russian government to sell our country out.”

Rosendale served in the Montana Air National Guard from 1987 to 2000. In 2011, Rosendale was elected to the Montana House of Representatives. He served in the House for two terms, and during that time he was elected majority leader. In 2013, Rosendale was elected to the Montana Senate. He served in the Senate for four terms, and during that time he was elected Senate majority leader.

In 2020, Rosendale ran for U.S. House of Representatives in Montana’s at-large district. He defeated the incumbent representative, Greg Gianforte, in the Republican primary and the general election. As a congressman, Rosendale has been a vocal critic of President Joe Biden and the Democratic Party. He has also supported conservative policies such as tax cuts, deregulation, and increased military spending.

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