"Americans: I wish we had leaders who put our country first," ALX tweeted, then writing the reply of Congress, which was the two women holding up the Ukrainian flag, beaming, while Zelensky spoke to Congress about how much more American cash he needed.
"Hopefully this was just a error and not an action taken by a remaining politically motivated activist Twitter employee. I think this will be fixed soon, but I would like to find out how this happened," ALX told The Post Millennial.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk said ALX's tweet was not in violation of the terms of service, and that it would be looked into.
He also posited that the take-down could have been "a mass-reporting campaign by state-run farms."
The flag had been given to them by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who spoke before a joint session of Congress on Wednesday night to thank Congress for funding his war against Russia. Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, and since then the US has poured billions of dollars in cash, aid, and weapons into the country.
Zelensky also met with Biden, who promised to fund the war "as long as it takes," and declared that while Russian President Vladimir Putin could end the war by surrendering, he did not expect the foreign leader to do so.
"We also know that Putin has no intention, no intention of stopping this war. And the United States is committed to ensuring that the brave Ukrainian people can continue to defend their country against Russian aggression as long as it takes," Biden said.
ALX had only recently returned to Twitter after a years' long ban.
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