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G. McConway
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October 18, 2022

REPORT: US Will Change Ukrainian Support Strategy Due to Declining Stockpiles

Has Joe Biden drained our stockpiles to the point that the United States is now at risk?

If some experts in the niche are accurate, that is exactly what he has done.

Some recent comments by Secretary Austin on how the United States will support Ukraine are causing quite a stir in terms of national security.

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The United States has sent billions of our stockpile to Ukraine.

Much of this has been high-tech weaponry of which we did not have a large stockpile to begin with.

Secretary Austin, in discussing the continued supply to Ukraine, stated, "We will produce and deliver these highly effective capabilities over the course of the coming months — and in some cases years — even as we continue to meet Ukraine's most pressing self-defense requirements in real time."

Mark Cancian, a senior adviser at the Center for Strategic & International Studies, explained, "There are some areas where we're basically at the bottom of the barrel."

He continued, "It confirmed what I believe, that we will continue to support Ukraine, but we're going to have to do it in different ways, like providing substitutes, or we might have to buy stuff from other people, or it will take longer.

"That it won't be quite the same."

So, if I understand this right, the new aid to Ukraine will going right from the factory to Ukraine, while our stockpile remains low.

We are not more susceptible than ever to an enemy attack with a man in the White House who seems intent on getting us into a conflict.

So, yeah, I am kind of worried about it right now.

Source: Fox News

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