Ukraine Blacklists Senator Rand Paul

Ukraine has a set, I have to hand it to them.

After the United States has largely financed its war with Russia, the Ukrainian government had the audacity to blacklist one of our Senators.

Ukraine claims that Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is pushing Russian propaganda, so he has been blacklisted.

How Dare You!

Paul and former Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) have been very critical of the United States paying the lion’s share of this conflict.

That, according to Ukraine, is pushing propaganda.

Paul has repeatedly offered support for Ukraine’s situation, but his first loyalty is to the American taxpayer, hence his fight to turn off the spigot.

Paul responded to the blacklisting, stating, “While I have repeatedly said my sympathies lie with Ukraine, my loyalty is to the United States.

“My oath of office obligates me to defend the United States and that includes defending our country from incurring massive new debt no matter how worthy the cause.”

Something tells me that President Zelensky just pulled on the tail of the wrong tiger.

Source: Daily Caller

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