Biden is going above and beyond again when it comes to Ukraine, this time he is sending billions of dollars in equipment to Ukraine.
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It seems like every week the Biden Administration is sending more and more money to Ukraine, even though we are in the middle of record inflation and cost increases here at home.
Daily Caller writes. According to the White House, the Biden administration will send another $1.1 billion in military equipment and weapons to Ukraine to support its fight against Russia. And the US Senate just passed another bill to send Ukraine $12.3 billion in military and economic aid.
The weapons will include 18 more High-Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS), which have proven highly effective for striking Russian military and logistical positions, as well as 300 vehicles, radar and communications equipment and surveillance gear, ABC News reported. According to White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, the Biden administration will continue to provide Ukraine with security assistance “for as long as necessary.”
All of this hardware is being sent while America is being brought to its knees with record cost increases and historic inflation.
Next News Network reported. In a September interview, Martha MacCallum and Jared Bernstein clashed over whether the Biden administration had downplayed inflation.
Joe Biden defended his administration’s handling of inflation during a 60 Minutes interview Sunday by citing lower gas prices and the fact that inflation rates, while still high, have not spiked in recent months. Although the exchange grew testy, Bernstein repeated the president’s position.
Biden should spend more time trying to fix things here at home, like maybe in Florida, instead of spending more money that the United States just does not have. We have given hundreds of billions of dollars to Ukraine to wage its war, and we cannot afford any more money as a nation.
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