American taxpayers have footed the bill for more than $100 billion sent to Ukraine – so far – for its war against Russia. Political leaders on both sides of the aisle in Congress have jumped on the war wagon and filled it full of money in the name of fighting for freedom.
And, like most of the tax dollars Congress spends, there are questions about how the money is used and where it really ends up. A recent inquiry into Ukraine allocations revealed that American tax dollars were used for a condo in the city of Uman. And the condo was built on a Jewish mass grave.
That wasn’t half of what was uncovered by this line of questioning. When asked where all the money has gone, a Ukrainian spokesperson let loose a shocker of a revelation.
The $113 billion sent to Ukraine so far for its war against Russia is apparently not actually going to Ukraine, but is really “benefiting American interests,” a spokesperson said.
The query about the condo being built exposed this money trail. A spokesperson for the Ukrainian Embassy told Breitbart that “funds authorized by American lawmakers to support Ukraine’s armament are not directly allocated to Ukraine.”
Say what? Who else thought all this money was going straight to the war effort? Apparently, Congress and Ukrainian officials weren’t on the same monetary wavelength.
The spokesperson explained that a “significant portion” of the billions of dollars sent to Ukraine actually flows through U.S. companies – “American interests.” Money is “utilized in the United States for the construction of new weapons or to replenish those dispatched to Kyiv from U.S. reserves.”
The revelation is more shocking considering the alleged level of money staying with “American interests.” The spokesperson added that “an analysis” (not specifically cited) found that “nearly 90 percent” of aid granted by Congress “is benefiting American interests” which are presumably weapons manufacturers.
The money trail is also associated with fraud. Recent news reports noted that employees from a Ukrainian arms firm “conspired with defense ministry officials to embezzle almost $40 million.” The money was allocated for weapons purchases.
There are additional reports of money disappearing after Ukraine’s defense minister was removed for alleged “graft” and “financial mismanagement” in the department. Other reports showed that some prepayments for weapons disappeared from bank accounts of weapons dealers. This was included among “about $980 million in weapons contracts” that “missed delivery dates” in 2023.
This ongoing avalanche of cash from U.S. taxpayers continues as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky cries out for more.
- Ukraine insider said U.S. money is being used for “American interests.”
- Questions exposed how the money could flow into weapons manufacturers.
- Ukraine was questioned about money used to build a condo on a Jewish mass grave.