Rep. Chip Roy Exposes $66 Billion Ukraine Funding Mystery – Where Did the Money Really Go?


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In a recent statement, Representative Chip Roy of Texas expressed his admiration for former president Trump and criticized what he perceived as unlawful actions by a radical district attorney in New York.

Roy emphasized the importance of the former president’s statement amidst the ongoing legal proceedings, suggesting that the situation was a sham and a violation of norms by stretching federal crimes into state crimes.

Roy highlighted the issue of aid to Ukraine, pointing out that while $113 billion had been appropriated for Ukraine, only a fraction of that amount – around $44 to $47 billion – was allocated for lethal aid.

He questioned the purpose of the remaining $66 to $69 billion and suggested that if those funds had been used more responsibly, Ukraine might have had the resources necessary to procure essential supplies for their defense efforts.

Here is his statement:

Today, I voted “no” on H.R. 8038, H.R. 8036, H.R. 8035, and H.R. 8034 and the rule providing for their consideration. These bills were brought forward under a contrived process to achieve a pre-determined outcome — a $100 billion, unpaid-for foreign aid package while failing to secure the southern border.

For months, House Republicans — specifically, Speaker Mike Johnson — have been unequivocal that we would not send billions in additional aid to Ukraine without securing our own border first. This package represents a complete reversal of a position that previously unified the Republican conference, despite the clear and present danger the southern border represents to U.S. national security.

Instead, House Republicans held a show-vote on H.R. 3602, a version of H.R. 2 that stripped E-Verify and added $9.5 billion in funding to support border states like Texas. While I voted for this bill, it was designed to fail under suspension of the rules as a “cover” vote because House Republicans chose not to attach it to the foreign aid package that passed the House today – and in so doing, gave cover votes to Democrats who have been blocking actual border security.

Further, despite assertions of an “open” process, the foreign aid bills were brought forward with anything but. While individual votes were held on assistance for Ukraine, Israel, and the Indo-Pacific, and a…



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