‘Out-of-touch Dutch’ adds 40 billion reasons why career politicians refuse to put the USA first
Posted by Buzz Beeler @BeelerBuzz on 16th May 2022
The nation’s economy is tanking rapidly, but Dutch Ruppersberger and his congressional cohorts are happily sending more of OUR tax dollars overseas. (Photo credit: Baltimore Positive)

Folks, he’s at it again, and he still isn’t apologetic for doing it.

Congressman ‘Out-of-Touch Dutch’ Ruppersberger, who we have featured previously for his penchant to send OUR tax dollars overseas, is bragging on his website about sending additional billions of dollars that our nation doesn’t have elsewhere in the world.

The headline of last week’s press release on Dutch’s website proudly makes the announcement:


The text of the press release is almost laughable because of its ‘look at how great we are’ messaging. The following is a direct quote:

Congressman C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger tonight voted in favor of bipartisan legislation providing nearly $40 billion in emergency funding to support the Ukrainian people and defend global democracy…

The final three words of that statement, defend global democracy, are rather telling … and laughable. Is this the latest spin politicians are putting on this boondoggle? They’re now defenders of global democracy?

How noble of them. But can we suggest that they start by defending democracy here in the United States?

These out-of-touch multi-millionaire career politicians have spent the past decades dividing the nation, silencing and canceling dissenting voices, exploiting a global pandemic to push their own agendas, and destroying the nation’s economy.

To that end, we wholeheartedly disagree with saying Dutch is a defender of global democracy.

Folks, we are not against Ukraine, nor are we supporting Russia. All we’re saying is the United States has more pressing domestic matters to address before sending $40 billion overseas.

And the fact that the so-called leaders can’t see that lets us know that we desperately need to drain the swamp this year.

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