To say there's no clear strategy for the money that the American government is allocating for Ukraine is a massive understatement.
There's no known strategy, but do you know what there's a ton of?
But should we really be surprised about this? Look who our president is. Biden hasn't been caught telling the truth since the 1894 when he was six years old.
You would think that America has a right to know where this aid for Ukraine is going, right?
I mean, after all, it's already been $54 BILLION out of our pocket that we sent them.
Only Joe Biden and his federal government could try to take all of this money from us then offer no explanation about where it's going.
Biden won't even tell Congress what he's doing with the money. It's a complete mystery.
Washington Post columnist recent appeared on Fox to alert America to what was really going on.
Simply put, Biden "hasn’t done enough, to be honest, to keep Congress in the loop. They won’t tell them exactly what the money’s going for. There’s not a clear strategy to end this thing."
"There are a lot of people in both parties that have real concerns about this money. I mean, $54 billion so far. Now, the President’s asking for another $38 billion. That’s a lot of U.S. taxpayer money. I get that. I think that’s also true that the administration hasn’t done enough, to be honest, to keep Congress in the loop. They won’t tell them exactly what the money’s going for. There’s not a clear strategy to end this thing. And so, I think, first of all, the Biden people, but also the Democrats in Congress, made a big mistake by ignoring these concerns for the first year of the war and saying, oh, well, the Republicans are just going to go along. So, first of all, I just want to say that there are legitimate concerns about this money. That, I totally agree with. At the same time, there are a smaller portion of Republicans that just don’t want to give one more dollar to Ukraine, and I strenuously disagree with that. I think that would be crazy and dangerous…and…snatching defeat from the jaws of victory and pulling the rug out from our allies and signaling to the entire world that autocracy is on the march and that our friends are not our responsibility. So, I think the leadership, Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), especially, and his team are looking for a way to add accountability, which is good. But they’re also considering maybe cutting the economic aid, which is bad."
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