The United States Senate is by and large a hotbed for establishment legislative action. It’s the legislative chamber that epitomizes the uniparty consensus present in DC.
This is especially notable on issues of foreign policy.
The Russo-Ukrainian war has showcased how DC is a hivemind on controversial foreign policy developments. But one Senator has decided to no longer be a worker drone.
In delaying this vote, the Senate will have to reconsider the matter next week.
This legislation was easily passed in the US House by a vote of 368-57.
368-57: House tonight approved $40B in military and humanitarian aid to Ukraine in the wake of Russia’s invasion. All 57 members voting No were Republicans. Bill now heads to the Senate. pic.twitter.com/BMd5j4txok
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