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We watched hours of broadcasts on Russian networks and spoke with expert fact checkers to understand how Russia is spinning the war it started in Ukraine.

Greene and Massie at a hearing on Capitol Hill on October 21, 2021.
Greene and Massie at a hearing on Capitol Hill on October 21, 2021.Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images
  • They voted against almost every bill that was passed in response to the invasion of Ukraine.

  • The only bill that he voted for was a non-binding resolution.

  • The duo has been the only votes against bills that had unanimous support.

According to a review by Insider of recent House roll call votes, Republican Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia and Thomas Massie of Kentucky have voted against nearly every single bill passed in response to Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine.

The only exception was a non-binding resolution passed on March 2 in support of Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity. Massie joined two other Republican congressmen in voting against it.

Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine began in late February, Congress has scrambled to respond to what has quickly become the largest land war in Europe since World War II. The House has passed 19 bills since Russia invaded, ranging from non-binding resolutions to sanctions packages. There are new pieces of legislation, as well as previously-introduced resolutions in support of countries besieged by Russia.

Some of the measures have attracted Republican opposition in the House, including 57 votes against the recent allocation of $40 billion in additional aid to Ukraine, 56 votes against a bill pushing for debt relief for the besieged country, and 63 votes against a resolution affirming US support for NATO.

There is opposition from the left flank of the Democratic Party to a ban on the importation of Russian oil, a bill allowing for the seizure of Russian elites' assets, and a bill aimed at counteracting Russian and Chinese influence in Eastern Europe.

The only members of Congress who voted against three bills aimed at financially targeting Russia and Belarus were the two who opposed them.

'We have enough problems here'

On Thursday, Paul Kane asked about her votes against the bills. She posted a clip of the exchange on her official account and slammed the media for being obsessed with another country.

I feel very sorry for the Ukrainian people, but I was elected to represent my district in Georgia, and I have concerns about border security, inflation, gas prices, and the baby formula shortage. I would like to know if the war in Ukraine has stopped because of these sanctions. No, not at all.

She went on to say that globalists have a financial interest in perpetrating a war in Ukraine, and that the US must push for a negotiated settlement of the conflict.

Nick Dyer, the communications director for Greene, wrote in an email to Insider that she explained why she is opposed to these measures more extensively than anyone who supports them.

—Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) May 12, 2022

For Massie, a libertarian who has served in Congress since 2012 the opposition to measures concerning foreign affairs is typical and part of a long-standing record.

He was the only Republican in Congress to vote for the Iran nuclear deal in 2015, the only Republican to vote against the sanctions against Iran in 2016 and the only Republican to vote against condemning the Boycott, Divest, and Sanctions movement against Israel.

Massie bragged about his voting record on the Ukraine-related bills, arguing that they would increase domestic food and energy prices.

—Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) May 12, 2022

The duo voted against 18 bills.

The original article is on Business Insider.

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