Americans In Danger – The Ukrainian Group Threatening Republicans

After a Ukrainian non-governmental organization released an enemies list including American lawmakers, think tanks, and media personalities who questioned or opposed sending more taxpayer aid to Ukraine, Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) sent a letter to Republican leaders on the House Appropriations Committee on Tuesday, urging them to prevent the U.S. government from collaborating with Ukrainian actors targeting Americans.

Banks contacted the individuals on the list by letter, notifying them that he had requested that Tom Cole (R-OK) and Mario Diaz Balart (R-FL), who are chairs of the State and Foreign Operations Appropriations Subcommittee and the Appropriations Committee, respectively, prohibit the State Department and USAID from collaborating with foreign entities that promote the harassment of Americans. The letters were addressed to Elon Musk, SpaceX CEO, and X.

The day before Banks, the committee finalized its budget request for the State Department and USAID for fiscal year 2025.

The DATA Journalism Agency (TEXTY) of Ukraine put up the list, which included 388 individuals and 76 organizations, as Kurt Zindulka of Breitbart News previously reported. Breitbart News was among the groups it named. The group also included a chairman of the House Armed Services Military Readiness Subcommittee and veteran bankers from the Navy.

“Roller Coaster: From Trumpists to Communists” was the title of the NGO’s report regarding the list. What and who within the United States is impeding aid to Ukraine?

According to Zindulka’s report,

“TEXTY asserts that it is “independent” and that the readers “exclusively” supported their investigation into so-called anti-Ukrainian sentiment in the United States. TEXTY, on the other hand, is one of the Ukrainian groups mentioned as working with the Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services (TAPAS) Project, funded by USAID and the UK.”

Anatoly Bondarenko, who is both the co-founder and current deputy editor of TEXTY, is also a trainer for the American State Department’s “TechCamp” program. The program promises to offer “hands-on, participant-driven workshops that connect private sector technology experts with key populations — journalists, non-governmental organizations, civil society advocates, and more — to explore and apply innovative tech solutions to global issues.”

“Although the report acknowledges that the majority of the people and groups mentioned in the study do not have direct, proven ties to the Russian government or propagandists,” it persists in depicting a web of conspiracies involving 390 individuals and 76 organizations, particularly those “affiliated with the Trump wing of the Republican Party.”

Federal bureaucrats should not back or collaborate with international organizations that seek to frighten and censor American people and legislators, according to Banks’ letter to Cole and Diaz Balart. Furthermore, he stated:

“I have a strong request for the majority of the Appropriations Committee: please back the efforts in the Fiscal Year 2025 SFOPS bill to cut ties between the State Department and USAID and foreign NGOs like TEXTY, who are trying to censor Americans they don’t like and influence lawmakers to do what they want.”

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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2 thoughts on “Americans In Danger – The Ukrainian Group Threatening Republicans”

  1. The Biden’s made a hell of a lot of money in the Ukraine. When the Ukraine went to war with Russia – Biden rushed us right into that war and sent a ton of money to the Ukraine. Now Zalensky is rushing to Biden’s aide. You may have also noticed that the Biden’s haven’t made squat in Israel and his aide to our long time ally – Israel – has been minimal. Just enough to try to keep American Jews voting Democrat. What is interesting here is that Zalensky has moved his parents into a multi-million dollar mansion complete with 2 brand new Hummers in – Israel. Zalensky’s parents are now Israeli citizens – sounds to me like he has a “Take the Money and Run” plan B in affect.

  2. Yes Zalensky is putting most of the money in his on pocket and he also bought him and his wife a mansion in another country . The idiots who are knotting us to send them more money should check with there president first cause he is pocketing most of it. And we should stop sending them money and help are military out with more money.

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