The lone Congressman who proposed a new AUMF that would set the US up to wage war against Russia over claims of “chemical weapons” has yet to get a single co-sponsor. But while Congress may not be ready for direct war, they continue to fund a proxy war against Russia in Ukraine…
If you’ve spent time on social media in the last two months, you’ve likely seen them… the pro-war cheerleaders who are fully in favor of the US fighting a proxy war against Russia in Ukraine… even if they don’t want to call it that.
But there are some people who take it a step further, such as Adam Kinzinger, the self-hating Republican who has been begging for World War 3 and is doing his best to make it happen on his way out of Congress.
He started off the week by announcing that he introduced a new Authorization for Use of Military Force that would give the Biden Administration the authority to wage war directly against Russia if they claimed Russia had used chemical or biological weapons in Ukraine.
However, that legislation has yet to receive the support of a single co-sponsor.
But while Congress may not be up for putting its support behind War War 3 breaking out between two nuclear superpowers… It is still considering Biden’s request for $33 Billion Dollars in funding for Ukraine, which received a nod of approval from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during her visit to Kiev last weekend.
On that, Kinzinger agrees, as he has been outspoken on Twitter, saying Congress should pass the funding NOW, which means an additional $33 Billion for one of the most corrupt countries in the world and its neo-Nazi militias.
He has also been one of the most outspoken voices begging the US to enforce a “No Fly Zone” over Ukraine, which would lead to a military direct conflict with Russia, which would start World War 3.
Oh, and let’s not forget that the same man who claims it is his mission to call out conspiracy theories and “disinformation” on the internet… literally fell for the photo-shopped image of a comedian claiming to be the fictional “Ghost of Kiev,” who Adam falsely claimed, “owned the Russian Military.”
Yes, right up until the Ukrainian Military had to admit there was no “Ghost of Kiev” and it was just as much of a hoax as that photo.
Oh, and just like the rest of the war-loving neoconservative politicians here in the US, who suddenly claim that they care about the Ukrainian people… their hypocrisy can be found just by looking at all of the endless wars, government overthrows, and illegal bombings that they have supported across the Middle East—and that’s something everyone should be talking about.