We the People are about to write yet another check being earmarked for Ukraine.
The total this time is $37.7 billion.
The question is, just how much of that money is really going to Ukraine?
And how much of it will be used to ensure we can defend this nation?
There are more than a few suspicions that Joe Biden has emptied the warehouse of U.S. stockpiles to send to Ukraine.
Joe recently sent a letter to Pelosi to get another $37.7 billion approved before Republicans take over the House.
Of that money, $21.7 billion was going to be for “equipment for Ukraine, replenishment of Department of Defense stocks.”
Deputy Pentagon Press Secretary Sabrina Singh was asked just how much of that would be used to replenish the U.S. shelves with weapons.
Singh answered, “I would not be able to tell you how much of that $21.7 billion is going back to replenishment.
“I just wouldn’t be able to do that from here.”
When pressed on the issue, Singh added, “I am not going to take the question because I’m answering your question.
“I’m not going to be able to itemize that out right now.
“I just don’t have a number or a dollar figure for you right now on what that looks like, and I don’t think that’s something that we would broadcast from here, or at least something that I could broadcast from here at this time.”
Why avoid the question? Could it be because our supplies are so thin that if an honest answer were given, it might inspire our enemies to pounce on us or one of our allies?
Our stockpiles are low, our oil reserves are low, our economy is in the tank, inflation is sky high, and yet people still somehow voted to keep Democrats in power in the Senate.
Just what has to go wrong in this country for the other side to wake up?