Joe Biden blew his top when he found out these two leading Republicans were taking on the UN

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Congress continues to spend the nation into oblivion.

But some conservative leaders in Congress are fighting back with everything they’ve got.

And Joe Biden blew his top when he found out these two leading Republicans were taking on the UN.

The Republican Party used to be the Party of lower spending and smaller government.

The Uniparty takes the Swamp

But in the last few years, the number of Republicans willing to spend more taxpayer dollars on increasing the size and scope of the federal government has grown.

However, there are still some actual conservatives left in the GOP and they are ramping up their efforts to cut big government.

The leading conservatives are Senator Mike Lee (R-UT), Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), Representative Chip Roy (R-TX), and Representative Thomas Massie (R-KY).

During a recent phone interview with Blaze News, Roy pointed out “two reasons to cut spending.”

He first mentioned the nation’s skyrocketing $34.5 trillion national debt.

He also pointed out that spending cuts have the added benefit of stopping the funding of federal entities that kill the American people’s way of life.

But then Roy explained that most of his GOP colleagues are “too spineless” for such action.

The Texas Congressman said he thinks “Republicans care more about” having power than using it to accomplish anything useful.

He went on to tell the Blaze that America “should end most foreign aid” and get rid of most of the federal government.

U.S. out of the UN

Last year, Roy introduced legislation that would get America out of the U.N. and cut off the flow of taxpayer dollars to the globalist organization.

Called the “Disengaging Entirely From the United Nations Debacle Act of 2023,” part of the bill declares that “the President shall terminate all membership by the United States in the United Nations, and in any organ, specialized agency, commission, or other formally affiliated body of the United Nations.”

But while this legislation was applauded by the conservative grassroots and some members of Congress, the measure has so far sat in the House without a vote.

Utah Republican Senator Mike Lee pushed the measure in the Senate.

Lee has also pushed for abolishing the Transportation Security Administration.

“It’s time to abolish the TSA. Airlines can and will secure their own planes if a federal agency doesn’t do it for them. They’ll do it better than TSA, without undermining the Constitution and with less groping—showing more respect for passengers,” Lee posted on X.

Finally fulfilling Ronald Reagan’s dream?

Kentucky’s Thomas Massie, who is one of the cosponsors of the proposal to withdraw from the UN, also wants to abolish the Department of Education and has pushed a bill that would do just that.

“The Department of Education shall terminate on December 31, 2023,” the text of the measure simply declared.

When Massie reintroduced the proposal to terminate the Department last year, original Republican cosponsors included Andy Biggs (R-AZ), Dan Bishop (R-NC), Lauren Boebert (R-CO), Eric Burlison (R-MO), Harriet Hageman (R-WY), Rich McCormick (R-GA), Mary Miller (R-IL), and Chip Roy (R-TX).

Now it’s time for the rest of the Republican members of Congress to stand up for what they claim to support.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.