Ukraine maintains “enemies list” of people to assassinate: Elon Musk, Laura Loomer, Scott Ritter and Donald Trump all named

Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.) says he was just notified that his name, along with many others in Congress, is on a secret "enemies list" compiled by the Ukrainian government.

The regime of Volodymyr Zelensky considers Banks and the other names on the list to be unfriendly because of their opposition to more funding and weapons being sent to Kiev.

"To make matters worse," Banks wrote in a tweet, "this list was published on a database that received funding from the U.S. government."

"My office will be reaching out to the other Americans who are being targeted by the Ukrainian government."

Among others, Elon Musk, David Sacks, Vivek Ramaswamy, JD Vance and Donald Trump are also named as enemies of the Ukrainian regime for things they have said or done since the start of the war with Russia.

Musk reportedly landed himself on the list because of the following tweet he shared last October:

All funding to Ukraine needs to stop

Laura Loomer is also on the list, for which she wondered aloud on social media whether or not she should be worried about her physical safety.

"Are the Ukrainians going to try to physically harm President Trump?!!" Loomer further asked on X.

"I would like to speak to some members of Congress about this matter. Why is our government using our tax payer money to create Ukrainian hit lists of perceived enemies? This is insane."

Others who tweeted in response to Loomer that their names also appear on the list include:

Juanita Broaddrick

Robby Starbuck

Alex Bruesewitz

Mollie Hemingway

Sen. Rand Paul

Rep. Matt Gaetz

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene

Rep. Jim Jordan

Col. Douglas Macgregor

"We are all on it," tweeted the Amuse account X, which is followed by 2024 presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

"Some people on that list have been murdered so don't take it lightly," another account tweeted, further noting that the NABU, the CIA and the FBI are all part of the "anti-corruption" bureau in Ukraine.

"Speak to Rep. Fitzpatrick about it. Question again the funding of Ukraine."

The Ron Paul Institute published a report about the list, which was officially published by the Ukrainian web publication "Data Journalism Agency" (TEXTY) that explains its purpose.

"The report, titled 'Roller Coaster: From Trumpists to Communists. The forces in the U.S. impeding aid to Ukraine and how they do it,' intends to smear American politicians, journalists, and social media influencers as tools of Russia," the report states.

TEXTY itself published the following as well, claiming that all of the names on the list are Russian assets:

"Most of the people in our study do not have direct, proven ties to the Russian government or propagandists. However, the arguments they use to urge authorities to distance themselves from Ukraine echo key messages of Russian propaganda aimed at depriving Ukrainians of the ability to defend themselves with Western weapons and funds."

Ironically, the Ukrainian list and associated report, which claims to oppose disinformation, is full of misinformation itself. The entire thing is pro-Ukraine propaganda that takes direct aim at American politicians, reporters and others who refuse to go along with sending money and weapons to Zelensky.

"@infowars on the list, including myself and @Kelenmcbreen who's done excellent reporting on the clandestine biolabs in Ukraine," tweeted Jamie White, an Infowars writer, about the matter.

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