U.S. Congress will suspend ‘unreserved support’ of Ukraine? "It has started..."
America will sooner or later stop helping Kyiv, because America has always abandoned its friends.Source: B92
Russian Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev on Friday said he believes the US Congress will at some point suspend its immense support of Kyiv as "America has always abandoned its friends."
"The sentiment among ordinary Americans will start to steadily turn toward reality," he said on Telegram. "That effect will be building up until the Congress suspends the unreserved support of the nationalist regime in Ukraine."
"America has always abandoned its friends," Medvedev went on to say. "This is what will happen this time as well, sooner or later."
According to Medvedev, Congressmen are demanding sweeping checks on where the huge funds have gone.
"The subject of money for Ukraine is becoming toxic in the US. Congressmen demand checks on where the new tens of billions, which have been requested by President Joe Biden, has ended up. It was inevitable, these are the laws of politics. The Republicans, having become stronger after the elections, are making problems for the Democrats. The Democrats are fighting back. There is no need for illusions: Big money for the militarization of the Ukrainian regime will continue to be allocated. That’s part of the Russophobic consensus in the American political elites," Medvedev said.
Medvedev said that Kyiv, realizing that the flow of aid may soon dry up, "have lost the remnants of reality" and "frenziedly is demanding more and more sanctions on Russia" and more and more Western money for war.
Earlier, Republican congressmen sent a letter to US Secretary of State Antony Blinken requesting information about possible financial ties between the Democratic Party and the government of Ukraine through the bankrupt crypto exchange FTX.