During her speech at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) directed her comments towards Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, urging him to "keep his hands off our sons and daughters" in response to the ongoing Russian invasion in Ukraine.
Greene has consistently voiced opposition to the United States' support for Ukraine, despite the fact that it has garnered support from both Democratic and Republican lawmakers.
In her comments, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) seemed to be alluding to recent statements made by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Last month, Zelensky suggested that if Ukraine were to lose its ongoing conflict with Russia, it could embolden Moscow to invade other former Soviet states that are currently NATO members, including the Baltic countries. It's worth noting that Ukraine is not currently a member of NATO.
According to Zelensky, if Russia were to invade a NATO member state such as the Baltic countries, the United States would be compelled to send forces to those nations.
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During her speech at CPAC on Friday, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) reiterated her commitment to withholding financial aid from Ukraine. She stated that the country needs to focus on finding a peaceful resolution to the ongoing conflict rather than continuing to engage in warfare.
“And while I will look at a camera and directly tell Zelensky, you’d better leave your hands off of our sons and daughters because they’re not dying over there,” she continued.
Currently, there are no American troops stationed in Ukraine, and the White House has made it clear that it is against the idea of deploying U.S. troops to Ukraine. This stance is shared by the majority of members from both major political parties.
“If it happens so that Ukraine, due to various opinions and weakening [and] depleting of assistance, loses, Russia is going to enter Baltic states — NATO-member states — and then the U.S. will have to send their sons and daughters exactly the same way as we are sending their sons and daughters to war and they will have to fight because it’s NATO that we’re talking about and they will be dying — God forbid, because it’s a horrible thing,” Zelensky said at the beginning.
Zelensky made these remarks in response to a question regarding recent polling that indicated more Americans were concerned about the level of support the United States was providing to Ukraine.
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