When the Republicans recently called for an audit of the billions of dollars approved by the government as aid for Ukraine, Democrats were quick to oppose and vote down the proposal. This reaction raises the question: what are the Democrats hiding here? Since Russia started its military operation in Ukraine in February this year, the Biden administration has taken over $67 billion of taxpayer money to send to Ukraine in its fight against Russia. The majority of Republican lawmakers have agreed with the Biden administration on providing Ukraine with heavy economic and military aid. But that agreement was not reciprocated by the Democrats when it came to checking where and how that money was spent. On Tuesday (December 6), the Democrat-controlled House Foreign Affairs Committee voted on Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene’s proposal to audit the Ukraine aid. The proposal was voted down 26–22 with every single Democrat voting against it, fueling the suspicion about the potential abuse of the money by the left-aligned establishment. It didn’t take skeptics to question the rushed aid to Ukraine worth billions of dollars almost immediately after the Russia-Ukraine military conflict started. In May, geopolitical analyst Paul Antonopoulos wrote in BLiTZ that the aid money sent to a corrupt country like Ukraine would likely be stolen in corruption schemes orchestrated by Ukraine’s military, oligarchs, and government officials. While American conservatives continued to question the transparency of the Ukraine aid, mainstream media largely ignored them. Last month, however, The Gateway Pundit published an explosive story about billions of dollars transferred to Ukraine in aid and then laundered back to Democrats in the U.S. via the FTX Crypto Currency system. The story reported: The FTX crypto company gave at least $40 million to Democrat candidates and causes in the midterms. The story caused mainstream media and Democrats to quickly step forward in denial. But the questions and suspicion surrounding the Ukraine aid remained, leading to Marjorie Taylor Greene’s proposal for an official audit. Commenting on her proposal’s rejection by the Democrats, Marjorie Taylor Greene said that the vote makes it official that the Democrats are against transparency for the American people for an audit of Ukraine. She expressed her determination to pursue the audit under a Republican-controlled House in January 2023: “But we take over in January! This audit will happen!”