Last Updated on December 23, 2022
Nine U.S. House Republicans and 18 Senate Republicans voted for the disastrous $1.7 trillion spending bill, which passed Congress Friday.
The ballyhooed bill increases total U.S. aid to Ukraine by another $45 billion to reach a new peak of more than $100 billion. The bill also doles out more than $300 million to respond to a theoretical flu outbreak, which includes spending for “surveillance tools.”
The Senate passed the spending boondoggle 68-29, and eighteen Republican senators voted for the bill, including: Kentucky’s Mitch McConnell (whose wife Elaine Chao has been criticized for China ties), Utah’s Mitt Romney (who invested in the fetus-disposal company Stericycle, which picked up dead babies from Planned Parenthood clinics, and whose career at Bain Capital was bankrolled by Ghislaine Maxwell’s Israeli spy father Robert Maxwell), Missouri’s Roy Blunt, Maine’s Susan Collins, Kansas’ Jerry Moran, Alaska’s Lisa Murkowski, Indiana’s Todd Young, Mississippi’s Roger Wicker, Alabama’s Richard Shelby, Ohio’s Rob Portman, South Dakota’s John Thune, South Dakota’s Mike Rounds, Oklahoma’s Jim Inhofe, South Carolina’s Lindsey Graham (who served as a “Sancho Panza”-type character to his late neocon master John McCain), Arkansas’ Tom Cotton, Arkansas’ John Boozman, West Virginia’s Shelley Capito, and Texas’ John Cornyn.
In the United States House on Friday, strong conservative congressman Chip Roy railed against those eighteen quisling Republican senators and tried to fight against the passage of the spending package, while Nancy Pelosi used what might have been her final speech as House speaker to wish people a happy “Shwanza” (presumably, she meant to say “Kwanzaa”). The outgoing Congress left with a whimper, surrendering more American money to terrible initiatives and foreign corruption.
The nine House Republicans who voted for the spending bill include: Wyoming’s outgoing Liz Cheney (whose father shot a man and contributed to many more deaths in the Iraq War), Illinois’ Rodney Davis, New York’s John Katko, New York’s Chris Jacobs, Arkansas’ Steve Womack, Michigan’s Fred Upton (whose niece Kate Upton’s supermodeling career is the only interesting thing about him), Pennsylvania’s Brian Fitzpatrick, Washington’s Jaime Herrera Butler, and of course, the quisling from Illinois…Adam Kinzinger.
Adam Kinzinger, the outgoing Illinois congressman, has made a name for himself trying to fight against President Donald Trump’s America First agenda. As such, Kinzinger is on his way out of Congress due to lack of popular support. He leaves with his tail between his legs after he attended a January 6 committee deposition in which America First host Nick Fuentes pleaded the Fifth to most questions, denying Kinzinger a chance to go after Fuentes.
As NATIONAL FILE famously reported in 2021: Republican Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger’s office offered an internship to a Russian immigrant beauty queen who met Kinzinger through her internship application. She then dated Kinzinger for about four months and sent Kinzinger racy photos at his request, according to extensive communications between the woman and a NATIONAL FILE source. The woman, Olga Kambod, provided sexually charged and volatile 2018 text messages between herself and a phone number that matches Kinzinger’s former phone number on publicly available records. Kambod also provided emails from Kinzinger’s congressional staff discussing internship duties.
Rep. Adam Kinzinger, a frequent critic of the America First movement, became angry at Olga Kambod after she accused him of suffering from “low levels of testosterone,” according to messages Kambod provided to our source. Kambod did not end up serving as an intern for Kinzinger. Olga Kambod was subjected to an over-the-phone intimidation campaign including from a caller who identified himself as “Capitol Police” to silence her about her relationship with the congressman after Kinzinger began dating his current wife, according to Kambod. “In my opinion he doesn’t respect women,” Olga Kambod confided to our source. “I don’t think that his district will be proud of him if they know that he is abusing his power and using police for improper purpose such as personal retaliation.”
Olga Kambod, who reportedly graduated from law school and worked for a criminal defense attorney, was recently in the news for surviving an acid attack that left permanent scarring on one side of her face. Olga Kambod, who has a public Facebook page and also a personal Facebook profile on which she posts as “Olga Alexia,” provided extensive information and documentation to NATIONAL FILE’s source to verify her identity…”