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Ruling Class Claims More Money Is Needed For Ukraine

Because the rulers of the United States cannot seem to stop war-mongering, the Biden administration claims it will need to send more money to Ukraine. The rulers are desperately trying to keep as many wars going as possible.

The White House National Security Council coordinator, John Kirby has said that Congress to act “immediately” to resolve the military aid deadlock and send more money to Ukraine.  During an appearance on ABC News on Sunday, Kirby was asked whether U.S. President Joe Biden would give in to demands by Republicans, who are insisting that a $106 billion “national security supplemental request” for Ukraine and Israel be conditional on a security spending boost for the US-Mexico border.

Kirby declined to answer the question, saying he “won’t get ahead of the president’s decision-making.” Instead, he again stressed the importance of the stalled aid package. “I’ll tell you in that supplemental request that we put forward… yep, there’s money for Ukraine which we desperately need. There’s money for Israel. There’s also money for border security,” he explained. According to Kirby, an immigration reform plan was put forward “on day one of this administration.” However, the Republican-led Congress “basically ignored it,” according to a report by RT.

If lawmakers “are serious about immigration reform, they ought to take that proposal up by the president. They also ought to pass our supplemental request, all four of the major buckets in there, which also includes money for the Indo-Pacific, is important to our national security,” he said.

Zelensky “Feels Betrayed” By The West As Focus Shifts To Israel

Last week, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky said Kyiv’s forces would switch to building fortifications, acknowledging that the counteroffensive, which began in early June and heavily relied on Western-supplied hardware, has failed to deliver the desired results. According to Russian estimates, Ukraine has lost over 125,000 troops and 16,000 pieces of heavy equipment in unsuccessful attempts to advance over the past six months. –RT

So far, the United States has given Ukraine more than $76 billion to fight its war against Russia.

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