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February 17, 2024

Biden: Navalny's Death Means Ukraine Needs More Aid

President Joe Biden and members of his administration are no doubt panicking after learning the news of a shocking death.

Alexei Navalny, a well-known opposition activist from Russia, has died.

Biden has placed the blame for the death entirely on Russian President Vladimir Putin.

He then looped the situation back to his belief in the urgent need for the House of Representatives to send additional funding to Ukraine.

“The failure to support Ukraine at this critical moment will never be forgotten. And the clock is ticking. This has to happen. We have to help now,” Biden said.

The House is currently debating whether America should send nearly $100 billion in aid to ally countries, a decision that needs to be thoroughly weighed before agreeing to dispatch such a huge of money.

However, Biden does not think it is a huge decision at all!

In fact, he doesn’t know what the delay is.

Biden went on to take additional shots at lawmakers' determination to take their time deciding whether they will agree to authorize the foreign aid.

“What are they thinking — my God. This is bizarre and it’s just reinforcing all of the concern — I won’t say panic but real concern — about the United States being a responsible ally,” Biden said.

However, House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) has made it clear that while he is not taking concerns involving Russia lightly, he will not be bullied into making this decision.

"We must be clear that Putin will be met with united opposition. As Congress debates the best path forward to support Ukraine, the United States, and our partners, must be using every means available to cut off Putin’s ability to fund his unprovoked war in Ukraine and aggression against the Baltic states,” Johnson said.

Who do you think is right in this situation?

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