US lawmaker criticizes colleague for allegedly ‘spreading Russian propaganda’

U.S. Sen. Marjorie Taylor Greene could be called “Marjorie of Moscow” for allegedly “spreading Russian propaganda” by opposing U.S. aid to Ukraine, says Rep. Ken Buck. did.

“Moscow’s Marjorie has reached an all-time low,” Park said in an interview with CNN. “You know, during the Russian Revolution, Lenin spoke of American journalists who wrote excellent reporting on Russia at the time as useful fools.” “She is simply spreading Russian propaganda and doing great damage to American foreign policy with these actions.”

Greene previously proposed an amendment to the bill providing U.S. aid to Ukraine that would require any member of Congress who votes in favor of the bill’s adoption to join Ukraine’s military.

Greene also stressed that Americans seek a swift and peaceful resolution to the Ukraine conflict.

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