Biden Wants $33 BILLION For Americans to ‘Do Our Part’ in Ukraine

Biden is calling on Congress to approve a staggering $33 BILLION for Ukraine—$20 BILLION of which is for the Ukrainian Military and its neo-Nazi militias.

During his speech announcing his request to the public, Biden had the audacity to claim that this was a way for the American people to “do our part,” and to show their support for Ukraine, despite the fact that they never voted for U.S. involvement in the conflict.

“They’re going to pay their fair share of the costs as well, but we have to do this. We have to do our part as well to remain in the alliance. The cost of this fight is now cheap,” Biden said.

He also claimed that this was a “small price to pay.” Yes, really. Biden is adding that $33 Billion to the $3.7 Billion he has already approved in just two months.

Oh, and not to be misunderstood, Biden also went on to claim that even though the U.S. is now directly funding a proxy war against Russia, this is not the United States attacking Russia—this is the U.S. defending Ukraine.

We’re not attacking Russia. We’re helping Ukraine defend itself against Russian aggression,” Biden said, adding, “Russia is the aggressor. No if’s and’s or but’s about it. Russia is the aggressor.”

So, again, Biden is completely ignoring the fact that we would not be here today if it weren’t for nearly a decade of direct U.S. involvement in Ukraine that the Biden Administration now want to continue at an unprecedented level.

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Rachel Blevins is a journalist who aspires to break the left/right paradigm in media and politics by pursuing truth and questioning existing narratives.

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