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Roll Call of Republican Senators Who Hate You

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After 22 Republican senators joined Democrats and voted to continue funding Ukraine as well as aid for Gaza, Israel and Taiwan, Charlie reacts and calls out each senator by name, as well as informs the audience of the good news… who did NOT vote against their party.

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Hey, everybody. It's the end of the Charlie Kirk show. What senators voted to advance the Ukraine spending legislation? We go through the entire roll call.

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Go to Last evening, the United States Senate has officially passed the Ukrainian funding bill. And the Ukrainian funding bill is also funding for Israel. We support that, but also $9 billion for Hamas. You know that, that we're funding both sides of the conflict? We're funding Hamas as much as we're funding Israel.

That's a lesser reported just objectionable elements of this. But let's focus on the Ukraine part. So the Senate Ukraine bill passed rather easily, 70 to 29, with one U.S. senator missing the vote. Fortunately, the bill does not have the de facto amnesty that James Lankford wanted to give us. No expanded deportations, no e-verify, no asylum caps, no wall, nothing to change the southern border. But the priority for some Senate Republicans is a foreign country. Now, a couple years ago, if this vote would have taken place four or five years ago, or even two or three years ago, it would have been a 95 to five vote. There might be a couple holdouts, Josh Hawley, Rand Paul, Mike Lee.

God bless him. Now, this has passed and we will name the names of the people that voted for this vile atrocity, for these people that stick middle fingers in your face and literally say you're not smart enough to know what's going on. Not an exaggeration. Wait till I read this quote from one of the U.S. senators. But the buried lead and the positive here is that a majority of Republicans voted no. Almost every Democrat except Bernie Sanders voted for this. So the Democrats are the party of war. They are the party of conflict. They used to be they used to be the party that was against foreign intervention and expansionist powers, and they will pay a political price for that at the ballot box eventually.

But we'll we'll put that we'll put that aside. Mitt Romney says that this is the most important vote that we will take in the U.S. Senate ever more important than the southern border, more important than cutting spending. Mitt Romney's obsession is Vladimir Putin, is Russia, even though that we're about to enter a spring where Ukrainian men are going to be slaughtered, even though there's an entire generation of young Ukrainians that are gone, murdered because the American regime. The great American empire used poor Ukrainians as human shields, never being able to specify what success looks like, and every single senator that voted for this, they're going to have to answer to some higher power one day why they sought war and not peace.

So first, and I did this off the top of my head and then we actually did the math, it's rather remarkable. First, the people that voted to send more money to Ukraine to keep the war going, they couldn't care less about the border. These people on this list repulse me and they should you too. These are the old school establishment. They don't care about voters. They think you're dumb. Wait till I read you one of these, this quote.

It will, it will animate you. Of course, leading the charge is the turtle. Mitch McConnell voted for more money for Ukraine. John Thune, we're gonna do everything we can to get rid of him. Boozman from Arkansas. Capito from West Virginia.

Cassidy from Louisiana. Susan Collins from Maine. John Cornyn from Texas. We have to primary him.

Texas Patriots, let's get our act together. John Cornyn's done. Cramer from North Dakota. Cramer is up soon. We got to get rid of him.

Yeah, he's come on the show. He's a nice guy. Enough. This is the defining vote. We warned them. They said, I don't care about our voters.

I care about NATO. Crapo from Idaho. We're already working on getting a primary challenger of him. Joni Ernst from Iowa. I have to say Joni Ernst will go down as one of the greatest disappointments of any US Senator in the modern era. It lasts in the last decade. She ran as this populist.

She ran as this, we're gonna make them squeal. Chuck Grassley, I'm gonna give him some grace. He's been largely great on this stuff, but he's 90 years old. I think he still thinks that the Soviet Union exists.

Too bad. Hoeven from North Dakota. We got to get rid of him. Kennedy from Louisiana. I got to tell you, Kennedy plays you guys.

Not this audience is smart, but I just mean the general conservative movement. He goes on cable TV and he has all these sneaky one liners. Oh, you know, Joe Biden, he's so bad that you don't even know. I don't need Joe Biden to tell me there is inflation. Don't pee on my leg and tell me it's raining.

OK, great. Thanks, Senator Kennedy. You know, we know you workshop those one liners all day. You voted for money, Ukraine. Enough of your little comic sketch, Senator Kennedy. We're done. Moran from Kansas.

He's a joke. Murkowski from Alaska. We tried.

We failed. Rish from Idaho. We got to primary him. Mitt Romney.

He's already on the way out. Mike Rounds from South Dakota. Got to get rid of him. Sullivan from Alaska.

Total disappointment. Tom Tillis. We're going to get back to him in a second. We're going to get back to him in a second. Roger Wicker, who, by the way, has a primary coming up.

It's going to be tough. He's got a lot of money. Mississippi is a crooked state. I'll tell you what. Mississippi is one of the most corrupt states in the country.

And then Mr. Young from Indiana. Now, let me read this quote from Tom Tillis as if they just wanted to poke you. This is how much these people hate you.

It's not an exaggeration. They have contempt for you. Tom Tillis. Our base cannot possibly know what's at stake at the level that any well-briefed U.S. senator should know about what's at stake if Putin wins. Oh, we have secret knowledge.

We're part of the secret society. This is exactly the oligarchy that we are trying to crush. Tom Tillis says, quote, our base cannot possibly know. You're stupid. Tom Tillis is basically doing the exact same thing that Hillary Rodham Clinton did when she called you a deplorable. This is exactly what the foreign policy establishment has been saying for 30 years. And when you challenge them, they all of a sudden get it. For example, when I talk to some of these senators. There's I'm not saying they're I'm not saying they're dumb because obviously they're smart. They became senators. They ran for office, but they're not deep. They're not deep.

That's a big difference. They have intelligence. They can navigate politics and maneuver. But when you ask them a series of very simple questions, why do we hate Russia so much?

How is this in our best interest? Does the war include liberating Crimea? Do you know that Crimea is formerly part of Russia? It's where Russian wine is from. Through the Russian naval fleet was stationed during the World War Two.

Is this really a good idea? There's no depth. They say, well, we need to stop Putin. OK, well, can't we stop him if we broker peace? No democracy is at risk.

It's as if they get into these automaton type answers. And it's always back to World War Two muscle memory that NATO is the greatest thing ever. We must keep on expanding NATO, even though we've lied to Vladimir Putin repeatedly. He lies to us. We lie to him.

It's a mutual relationship of deceit. Putin's not a good guy. He's not the worst person on the planet. And he certainly is not the greatest threat to our country.

But if you ask, you know, Senator Crapo and Senator Risch and Senator Wicker, they believe Vladimir Putin poses a greater threat to America than the Sinaloa drug drug cartel on the southern border. How many of you know someone who's been killed by a Russian? Do you know anyone? I would love to hear from you.

Freedom at Maybe. Almost every single one of you know somebody killed by a drug cartel through a drug overdose, through an illegal that was driving under the influence, the raping, the murder, the kidnapping. Just one more time for those of you in the back. Tom Tillis. Our base cannot possibly know what's at stake at the level that any well-briefed U.S. senator should know about what's at stake if Putin wins. You guys are just too stupid, is what Tom Tillis is saying. You know, all of you that send emails and make phone calls that pay your taxes, the plumbers, electricians, the welders, those of you that are the backbone of this great country. Just stop trying.

Because you're stupid. That is the message that and here's the good news. We'll talk about it in a second.

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Number one is the power of you, this audience. Again, a couple of years ago, there would have been five people. It would have been just demoralizing. Two years ago, things have changed and the political climate has changed. Now, some of these people who voted no, they wanted to vote yes, but they just allowed the old bulls who were retiring, who were in very deep, comfortable red states like Kramer, like Crapo, like Grassley to take the hit for them. There was some vote swapping. For example, Lindsey Graham voted no on this because he said, well, I want it to be a structural loan. Lindsey Graham wanted this to pass. He saw he did the vote tallying. He did the vote counting and he wanted to get some protection. So he voted no.

There are other people here, though, that legitimately are starting to move on these issues. Yesterday, we had three great senators, Vance, Tuberville, Lee, and they're starting to influence their colleagues. Ron Johnson was a no. John Barrasso, who's in leadership, was a no. Steve Daines, who runs the NRSC. Steve Daines has been a friend for years.

Steve is very smart. He knows that running the NRSC would be a bad look right now as he's engaging in primaries to also vote for a deeply unpopular piece of legislation. One that I want to commend here is Senator Mullen from Oklahoma. He originally voted for the first draft of this thing, you know, the ability to move it forward. And he was a no. And you guys lit up the phone lines.

You deserve credit for that. This audience, we focused on Senator Mullen and he was a no. So here are the people who voted no because they deserve to be mentioned.

Let me see if you can notice a similarity or a difference between the two lists. JD Vance, Holly, Tuberville, Cruz. Cruz is a Russia hawk. Good for you, Ted Cruz. Rubio. Rubio has been a neocon galore, and he's been backing off of that.

Somebody should write the story. It's been very quiet. Is the radicalization of Marco Rubio. It's been a very fascinating development over the last couple of years. He's getting more populist. He's getting more outspoken. Rubio has been excellent.

I say this in a very positive way. Rick Scott, Tim Scott, Lindsey Graham, which I don't believe it's that Lindsey Graham vote is I know I'm up next cycle and I'm afraid because people are talking about primary challenges. So he vote swapped. He vote traded. I don't believe it. But it's the right vote. Mark Wayne Mullen.

Good for you. Lankford. Yeah, Lankford run into the hills. He's just he's just running for the hills. He's had enough.

He's crying for mercy. Rand Paul, American hero. Mike Braun, who I think is retiring to run for governor.

Katie Britt. Great. Tom Cotton, Roger Marshall, City Hyde Smith from Mississippi. Eric Schmidt.

Excellent. Steve Daines, Deb Fisher, who's also up next cycle. Pete Ricketts, Ted Budd, Marsha Blackburn, Bill Hagerty, Mike Lee, Ron Johnson, John Barrasso, Cynthia Lummis. So there are more Republicans that voted against it than for it.

So there's a couple of takeaways. Number one, your voice is starting to penetrate the U.S. Senate. This is the hardest place to actually get a hearing.

They care the least about you. Number two, understand some of this list is a little bit artificial because there's a lot of votes swapping. There's only two people that voted for this package that are up this cycle and they're probably going to advance through a primary. And that's Senator Kramer and Wicker. So there was a lot of vote swapping, a lot. Meaning like, hey, can you bail me out because I don't want to deal with the primary channel?

A lot of that. At the same time, the fact that they were vote swapping means that they acknowledge that things are changing, that you are starting to change them. In fact, for Tom Cotton, who I really like, but I just think he's so wrong on foreign policy stuff. Tom Cotton's amazing on immigration. He's great on the deep state stuff. He's great on so much stuff on foreign policy stuff. I just cannot disagree with some of his beliefs more.

And I say he's a friend. He's been great. And we work with him really well on Covid. He was excellent. He was really good on the riot stuff.

He's really good on all that. He voted no. There is a data point that is noteworthy that I want to emphasize. There are a few outliers to this data point, but it's worth isolating and talking about. There's something that the no's have far more in common than the yeses. And it's reflected in polling. It's reflected in what we're seeing on the ground. It's reflected in what the generational type move. And it's fascinating.

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If you are, if you fit this criteria. The people who voted for the Ukraine aid bill on average are 10 years older than the people who voted against it. That is a one decade deviation. In fact, if you remove Joni Ernst and Todd Young, then the average age of who voted for the Ukraine funding package is somebody in their 70s. Now, I have nothing against people in their 70s. This is not an indictment of anybody that's a certain age, but it's an interesting observation. The average age of who voted against the bill was 58 years old. In fact, every single one of the youngest senators from Vance to Hawley to Mark Wayne Mullen after there was some pressure applied by you, Katie Britt, Tom Cotton, Eric Schmidt, every single senator under the age of 50 in the Republican conference voted against it. Is this noteworthy?

It is because it is consistent with something we've been talking about on this program, and it's consistent with polling trends. That are manifesting, which is that if you are politically engaged as a young conservative, you are far more conservative and less regime neoliberal unit party than your older counterparts. And of course, there are exceptions. Many of you are exceptions, but it's a fascinating takeaway.

And in some ways, it's a promising takeaway. Look at the difference between J.D. Vance, who is 39 years old, and Mitch McConnell, who is 81 years old. Look at the difference between Josh Hawley, who is 44 years old, and Chuck Grassley, who is 90 years old.

Again, this is not a criticism of people who are in their 80s or 90s. There's many of you who listen to this program and watch the show in your 80s or 90s, and you think it's a huge mistake to send money to Ukraine. However, the general trend is that in the conservative movement, in the Republican Party, the older you are, the more likely you are to believe the following that the Cold War is still ongoing, that Russia is our greatest threat, that the American government can do no wrong, that we must be at war at all times.

The Josh Hawley, J.D. Vance, America first agenda is one that asks critical questions, listens to voters and realizes that three to four decades of perpetual war mongering has made this country weaker, has deteriorated our homeland. Understand that Mitch McConnell still thinks that we are that we are this untouchable world superpower. We're still powerful, but we are daily losing our advantage, our title as the world's superpower. Another question I have for Mitch McConnell, who's 81 years old, is are you really proud of the country that you are handing down to the next generation?

We are borrowing two trillion dollars a year. What is the legacy that you are leaving? And J.D. Vance has something a lot different than Mitch McConnell. J.D. Vance has young children.

Josh Hawley has young children. I have young children. This is why the greatest criticism that I receive are from Republicans in their 60s and 70s. Also, the greatest support I receive are from Republicans in their 60s or 70s. But you want to know who the most on fire America first patriots and activists are in the movement?

They tend to be under the age of 25. Look at this amazing clip that confirms what I'm talking about at a Trump rally in South Carolina play cut 43. Why are you guys MAGA? Why are you Trump? Why do you support Trump so much?

I mean, liberty and justice for all. Hey, man, he's not getting we do not like the propaganda. We're here for the truth. That's it. Get out of here. What do you think about CNN, MSNBC, all together?

100 percent. Blue haired boys got to go. It's only two. It's only ever been two.

I love it. Only two genders. Two genders.

No more. Our young boys are the most conservative they have been in 50 years, 50 years. There is a reason why the youngest of the caucus voted the way they did. The other reason is they tend to be online more.

They tend to be on social media. They tend to consume different information. Mitch McConnell doesn't care about his voters. Tom Tillis doesn't care about his voters. These are septuagenarian and octogenarian unit party types that are intentionally disconnected from the will of the people. The other part is less generational and it's just more political transactional. The younger you are, the more likely you want to build a political career. And these votes are political suicide.

So Katie Britt from Alabama, she knows that she would face a primary challenge if she were to vote incorrectly on this bill. And I get asked all the time, I said, Charlie, why is it that younger conservatives are far more vocal and they're more, dare I say, based than their older counterparts? It's because they have to feel and taste the Marxists on a daily basis. They get ridiculed for using the wrong pronouns. They get kicked off the social media because they made an incorrect joke. They have to get put into a struggle session at their high school or college because they're a white male.

They were forced to take a vaccine, even though it was MRA gene altering technology. Do you know what I hear on a daily basis? On a daily basis, I hear that would never happen in America. Charlie, you're over exaggerating how bad things are. Do you know who criticizes my language when I call what's happening on the southern border an invasion? It's not the 25 year olds, not the 30 year olds. They feel the country collapsing. And part of it and it's tragic, but it's understandable and it needs to change, is that people like Roger Wicker, Kennedy from Louisiana, Crapo from Idaho, John Cornyn, Capito from West Virginia, they live in boomer denial.

That doesn't mean every boomer does, but they do. And the denial is that they know nothing but a powerful America. Peace, prosperity, and rising highs on a stock market. Let's just keep on doing what we've always been doing.

If you listen to Mitch McConnell's speech last evening, which I encourage Ryan to get, it is so clear to any independent observer that Mitch McConnell has not processed the new cycle of the last 20 years. Here he is, he's mumbling along about how we came to the aid of our allies in World War II. World War II has defined the modern world. World War II is the closest thing to the American resurrection that we'll ever have. Everything is centered around World War II, our trade policy, our immigration policy, our foreign policy, how we think about spending, our bureaucracies.

World War II changed everything. Can Mitch McConnell ever make an argument? Make an argument for funding Ukraine without mentioning World War II?

He was born in 1942 and he still thinks that America is this untouchable superpower. Play cut 47, providing assistance for Ukrainians to defeat the Russians. That's the number one priority for the United States right now. According to most Republicans, that's sort of how we see the challenges confronting the country at the moment. McConnell is all in.

It's amazing. You know, at the Turning Point Conference, people of all ages, when we pull this topic, 99 percent say no more money to Ukraine. By the way, Mitch McConnell is now a co-sponsor to killing hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian boys, a generational slaughter. Every single one of these people are gonna have to answer to a higher power. But hey, they get a nice seat at the Munich Security Conference.

They go take a codel overseas. You're not all of them and minority of your Republican senators. And we're gonna have to chip this away. Every single one of these people are going to have to be removed.

Every single one of them. It's just a matter of time. Here's the good news, though, and I don't do this segment as ridicule. The good news is that the younger generation of the Republican Party reflects many of your values better than your generational counterparts in the Senate do. So there's no need to get defensive. There's no need to reject what I'm saying.

What I'm saying, though, is that the Calvary that is ascendant, the reinforcements that are coming. Are far more in lockstep with how many of you see the world than your fellow baby boomers or your fellow. Generational counterparts do like Mitch McConnell. Susan Collins, and that is a promising thing.

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Go to my promo code Kirk. I want to play a couple pieces of tape here. Here's Senator Ron Johnson, who's excellent, talking about what is necessary for peace. This was in an online Twitter space. David Sachs asked Senator J.D. Vance, Ron Johnson and Mike Lee to investigate allegations that Boris Johnson and the Biden administration sabotaged the Russia peace deal.

I cannot emphasize this enough. My great friend and mentor, Dennis Prager, is one of the most intellectually honest people in commentary. Dennis Prager was in support of the Ukraine funding against Russia from the beginning. He was very morally clear. We disagreed, but his reasons were far better than Mitch McConnell's reasons. I got to be honest.

Dennis Prager, to his great credit and always because he's a legend. He was we were at a Salem radio network event with Mark Levin back in the fall and the Ukraine topic came up and I expected Dennis to respond as he typically did on the Ukraine issue. And what he said surprised me. Dennis said that if it is true that the American government dispatched Tony Blinken via Boris Boris Johnson via Tony Blinken via Joe Biden to obliterate a peace deal, it will be one of the great moral crimes of this century. And it's very hard for him to continue to support the proliferation of the war, if that is true. That is a great point that Dennis Prager makes, which is how can you keep on supporting this war when the American government got in the way of a peace deal? And that's one of the other things that's very hard for Mitch McConnell to swallow. Are we really the good guys? How can you say the American government is on the side of truth and justice and morality when we go and blow up a potential peace deal?

Play cut 54. My concern is exactly what you articulated. If you have an extended war of attrition, every day that goes by, there are Ukrainian boys that are, and not even boys anymore because they're running out of boys, that you're losing, Ukraine is losing people every day. And if you're going to spend lives, it must be for a purpose and not just, you know, a mile here, a mile there. In fact, a mile back and forth.

The lines aren't moving. So just every day people die. For what purpose? And for those who want regime change in Russia, they should think about who is the person that could take out Putin. And is that person likely to be a peacenik?

Probably not. They're probably going to be even more hardcore than Putin if they took him out. That's Elon Musk, the world's worst-case-sc even more hardcore than Putin if they took him out. That's Elon Musk, the world's wealthiest man in the Twitter space, speaking far more moral clarity than the minority of the Senate Republicans.

And he's right. What are we gaining here? These senators that are financing this. They don't care. I mean, I mean, I'm going to text some of these guys. They're like, oh, we have to fight.

Mile here, mile there. They are co-sponsoring the slaughter. And remember, we got in the way of the peace deal.

I have two really quick points, but I want to play cut 55. Number one, Elon Musk deserves a Nobel Peace Prize. Elon Musk deserves a Nobel Peace Prize. I'm reading the Walter Isaacson, Elon Musk biography. He'll never get the Nobel Peace Prize.

You might say, what do you mean? Do you know that the Ukrainian government went to Elon Musk? This was reported, but he never got credit for this. They wanted to do a coordinated drone strike using Starlink after the Russian Navy that very well could have triggered nuclear war. And Elon stood up to the Ukrainian and U.S. government and refused. Elon Musk was a one man check on the maniacal bloodlust of the Central Intelligence Agency.

Let's play cut 55. Could we get a real investigation, some congressional oversight, a congressional investigation of what exactly happened in that sort of March, April period at the beginning of the war where, again, they had a draft agreement in Istanbul and then Boris Johnson came in and the Ukrainians walked away? I mean, I would love for the Congress to be able to ask real questions of the administration in its oversight capacity, asking what was your involvement in sabotaging that deal?

That is a very difficult pill to swallow. If it's true, which it looks like it is, the American government is partially to blame for the continuation of this war. The American government has blood on its hands and that's hard. It's hard if you grew up actually loving the country, which I love the country, but I don't love the government. It's hard to stomach that your own regime wants hundreds of thousands of dead people.

Certainly seems to be the case. Thanks so much for listening, everybody. Email us as always. Freedom at Charlie Kirk Dotcom. Thanks so much for listening and God bless. For more on many of these stories and news you can trust, go to
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