U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene votes against bill speeding U.S. military aid to Ukraine

NASHVILLE - U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Northwest Georgia was among 10 Republicans this past week who voted against a House bill calling on the Biden administration to speed up supplies of military equipment to Ukraine as the nation continues to defend itself against Russia's invasion.

Proponents of the measure spoke out on the House floor against Russian President Vladimir Putin's invasion.

Greene used her time to speak about the U.S.'s southern border with Mexico. She supports legislation that would require the U.S. to maintain COVID-19 immigration restrictions. The Pause Act would block administration efforts to rescind or reduce the restrictions.

"When I went to the border just a few days ago it became very clear to me," Greene said, "what is happening at our southern border, it is a crisis of epic proportions.