A couple of years ago it was ‘America first’, now it’s ‘let’s let her burn while shipping off the water to foreign countries’…
The region which comprises the former Soviet Bloc has always and will always have its fair share of trouble, ethnic cleansing, war, economic fallout, and a general lack of stability, just to name a few…
No amount of money will ever change this, you know what could have?
If the people comprising that region of the world had collectively made better choices ages ago.
Like not embracing communism, like not taking part in all of the lies, big and small, which contributed to the fall of society, as Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn so famously pointed out.
This is why Russia has all of its problems, despite being one of the most resource rich nations on the planet, this is why Ukraine, which is a proxy of NATO, and most, if not all, of the countries in that region have tensions with each other.
Signing away $40 billion in the form of foreign aid to any country in that region represents a complete waste of money, time, and resources—in short: it’s foolish.
Yet that’s what Joe Biden just did…
What cements his actions as evil, and not simply foolish, is the fact that he chose to sign off on this at a time of record inflation, soaring energy prices, food shortages, and general hardship for the American people….
It’s one thing to waste money when the sun is shining, it’s another thing entirely to squander money during the dark of winter. Joe Biden and American officials have completely turned their backs on the American people.
Here’s more on the story:
Here's another underreported story about Joe Biden's presidency: Congress signed a $40B aid package for Ukraine just before Biden left to attend a state dinner in Korea. The bill was flown to Seoul, so that Biden could sign it there, to lose no time getting $ to Ukraine. He did.
— Duty To Warn 🔉 (@duty2warn) May 21, 2022
According to The Hill:
The White House said in a release on Saturday that Biden signed the measure while abroad in Asia. The Senate voted overwhelmingly to pass it on Thursday.
The package brings the total U.S. assistance Congress has approved for Ukraine this year to nearly $54 billion to help the country battle a Russian onslaught that began on Feb. 24.
How will the 🇺🇸$ 40B Ukraine aid package be spent👇 pic.twitter.com/81ej7Xy0Mr
— SPRAVDI — Stratcom Centre (@StratcomCentre) May 21, 2022
Rand Paul: “Sending $40 billion to another country without having someone look and make sure no one is stealing the money is a recipe for disaster." https://t.co/FqHYRYZVX0
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) May 16, 2022
The Epoch Times adds:
Biden praised Congress after members passed it, saying they sent “a clear bipartisan message to the world that the people of the United States stand together with the brave people of Ukraine as they defend their democracy and freedom.”