It seems like a century has passed since President Joe Biden baldly declared, “no more!” with regards to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
That remark, delivered mere weeks after the invasion that began on February 24, 2022, served as little more than phony media fodder, considering that Putin has indeed taken “more” and “more” over the past year and a half, including vast swathes of the United States’ military arsenal.
Per a recent report from Newsmax, which should frankly be dominating headlines to a much greater degree, Biden has eagerly taken advantage of the domestic chaos to continue giving the United States’ military arsenal away overseas.
With no apparent end in sight.
“The U.S. Department of Defense announced $400 million in additional security assistance for Ukraine … including air defense missiles, armored vehicles and small drones, as Ukraine’s counteroffensive against Russia grinds on,” the outlet reported.
So, yet another $400M package for Ukraine, which echoes one of several that’s unfolded over the last several months.
Exactly how many more military aid packages is the Biden regime going to send, given that there appears to be virtually no accountability regarding the enormous inventories being abruptly sent to Ukraine?
Heck, how much of the weaponry is even being used in battle … rather than offloaded to more notorious side interests?
Even more troublingly, the weapons packages are becoming more advanced, suggesting that the White House is aiming more for World War III than any sort of peaceful resolution.
As this weapons package includes Black Hornet surveillance drones, which likely fetch a pretty penny on the black market.
Predictably, the package also includes Stingers and other military hardware that experts have long since issued warnings about.
“In addition, the weapons aid package includes munitions for Patriot air defense systems and National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile Systems (NASMS), Stinger anti-aircraft systems, more ammunition for High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS), Stryker Armored Personnel Carriers and a variety of other missiles and rockets.
The assistance is funded using Presidential Drawdown Authority, or PDA, which authorizes the president to quickly transfer articles and services from U.S. stocks without congressional approval during an emergency. The material will come from U.S. excess inventory,” Newsmax continued.
“Excess” inventory, huh? Nice gaslighting from the White House.
Then what happened to various experts sounding alarms that the United States is indeed at risk of running out of military supplies?
Indeed, CSIC issued a rather chilling report last year regarding the unsustainable burn rate that the White House regime has commenced ever since the invasion of Ukraine.
Here’s just one chilling example below:
“Reportedly, the United States has given about one-third of its inventory to Ukraine, and reports have emerged that the military has raised concerns about having enough for other conflicts. Surprisingly, the August 19 arms package includes another 1,000 Javelins despite the low inventory. The current production rate is about 1,000 a year. Although DOD is working to increase that, it will be many years before the inventory is fully replenished,” CSIS warned.
Well, that’s comforting. An inconvenient little fact that the White House fails to ever acknowledge when announcing its next, massive funding blitz to Ukraine.
Truly, at what point does the conflict stop, or reach some sort of timeline in which an end is even foreseeable?
Even more troublingly … does the White House even want the conflict to stop?
Or are they chomping at the bit for another Afghanistan?
Author: Ofelia Thornton