Biden Asks Congress To Pass His Dangerous Socialist Plan For “Ukraine”

( During Ukraine’s battle with Russia, President Joe Biden has requested Congress to expedite another multibillion-dollar aid package for the country.

The House could vote on the almost $40 billion plan as early as Tuesday, while the Senate is anticipated to take it up this week. So far, the United States has donated millions of dollars in humanitarian help and $3.8 billion in guns and equipment.

Biden said on Monday that prior US aid was “exhausted.”

He said that the need is also pressing. The resources provided by a bipartisan majority in Congress to help Ukraine’s warriors are practically depleted. This assistance has been vital to Ukraine’s military victory. While we await more congressional action, we cannot allow our aid supplies to halt.

Biden also requested Congress to set aside COVID-19 cash, which had been tied to the original budget proposal, for the time being, and prioritize Ukraine help.

Biden said that this critical war endeavor cannot afford to be delayed. As a result, he is willing to accept that these two bills advance independently so that the Ukrainian aid bill may reach his desk as soon as possible.

Senate Minority Whip John Thune (R-SD) stated that the Senate would likely consider the funding plan next week.

Many Democrats are still lobbying for COVID-19 funding, with Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) asserting that we will have severe difficulties with COVID this autumn, and it’s a mistake not to have both together.

And it’s been reported that the US needs to complete a $5 billion COVID-19 therapy pill deal with Pfizer.

On Tuesday, the average price of a gallon of regular-grade gas hit a new high of $4.374.

Even though gas prices were rising previous to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Biden has referred to them as “Putin’s price hike,” and some anticipate that Americans will pay thousands more on gas and food this year. According to Yardeni Research, this will result in nearly $2,000 in gas costs annually.

Edward Yardeni, the firm’s president, said that they estimate that the average household is presently paying at least $1,000 more on food as a result of fast rising grocery costs, and that means people will have to spend more on other consumer products and services, which are also seeing substantial price hikes.

US aid to other countries is not the only thing that is “exhausted.”

The odds are that Biden will find this out in 2024.