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Marjorie Taylor Green mocked by fellow lawmaker calling on her to be appointed as ‘Putin’s Special Envoy’


  • Jared Moskowitz mocked MTG, calling to make her “Putin’s Special Envoy” to Congress.

  • The move came in response to Greene’s amendments that proposed Ukraine aid supporters enlist in the fight against Russia.

  • “If you want to fund the endless foreign wars, you should have to go fight them,” Greene said.

Jared Moskowitz, a Democrat representing Florida’s 23rd congressional district, has openly mocked Marjorie Taylor Greene by saying he submitted an amendment appointing her as “Putin’s Special Envoy to the United States Congress.”

Moskowitz submitted the proposal in response to Greene’s amendments to the Ukraine aid bill.

One of Greene’s amendments called for supporters of the bill, which would see tens of billions of dollars in aid sent to Ukraine, to enlist in the country’s military in its fight against Russia.

Rebekah Maciorowski, a US citizen who has been serving as a combat nurse on the front lines in Ukraine, replied to Greene’s call, saying: “I did.”

Moskowitz also introduced a second amendment trolling Greene, seeking to rename her office in the Cannon House Office Building to the “Neville Chamberlain Room” — a reference to the former British prime minister famed for his failed attempts at appeasement toward Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in the 1930s.

Greene has frequently come out with anti-Ukraine rhetoric and has sought to delay the $95.3 billion aid package that would allocate $60.84 billion to Ukraine.

All eyes are now on the upcoming votes in the House and Senate.

While the bill has been bogged down in delays, Ukraine has been suffering serious ammunition shortages, hindering its efforts on the battlefield.

Read the original article on Business Insider

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