Why the Bipartisan Support of Biden's $40B Ukraine Aid Package?


Is the argument in Ukraine beyond the $14 billion that we had already earmarked? There seems to be this bipartisan consensus that this is the way that things must go. To illustrate that point, I want to play a cut for you 71. This is Mitch McConnell saying that this Ukrainian conflict is the most important issue in the world right now. Play cuts of anyone. All agree the most important thing going on in the world right now is the war in Ukraine. We need to do this Ukraine only. And quickly. I think we're on the path to getting that done. Discussions are underway between the House and Senate appropriators on the crafting of the package. It means to be clean of extraneous matters directly related to helping the Ukrainians win the war. This bipartisan consensus could care less about your interests to care less about a baby formula shortage could care less about inflation that spiraling out of control still despite the Biden regime insisting that it's slowing. We've hit another record high gas price today. Average is now at four 40 across the country. So you heard from the Republican establishment, Mitch McConnell talking about how it's the most important issue. What does Pelosi have to say? What are the Democrats have to say? Cut 74. The impact that it is having on food for the world. So when you're home thinking, what is this all about just think about when I was hungry? You fed me. Yeah, that's right. So she's quoting the gospel of Matthew to make a pitch for at least from what we can dig through in these numbers. $20 billion more going into the pockets of the defense industry. Now, again, this is causing such a draw on military stockpiles for the United States military, such as javelins, warheads, that sort of thing, that they're now having to lobby, the regime is having to lobby the defense industry to create more capacity.

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