President Joe Biden and his fellow Democrats are feeling emboldened following a surprising Midterm showing.
That means Americans can expect to see more of their radical agenda.
And now the President is demanding Congress give him tens of billions of new dollars to keep combating a couple of old problems.
Biden isn’t going to change anything
Democrats outperformed expectations in the 2022 Midterm elections.
Because of that, Americans can expect a double-dose of more of their radical agenda.
In fact, Democrat leaders aren’t even feigning interest in bipartisanship or moderation.
When asked about 75% of Americans thinking the country is headed in the wrong direction what he might do differently, the President smugly replied, “nothing.”
“Nothing, voters, are just finding out what we’re doing,” Biden argued. “The more they know about what we’re doing, the more support there is. While the press and the pundits are predicting a giant red wave, it didn’t happen. I’m not going to change anything in any fundamental way.”
Americans are quickly finding out – the President wasn’t kidding.
Never-ending spending from the bottomless wallet
While hardworking families here at home struggle to afford ever more expensive groceries, gas, home heating fuel, cars, houses, you name it – the White House, this week, requested Congress approve yet another $37.7 billion in additional aid for Ukraine.
Meanwhile, despite President Biden declaring back in September that the pandemic was finally over – a pandemic that Americans had already long since moved on from at that point – according to The Washington Post, Biden made another request to Congress, this time for about $11 billion to combat COVID-19 and other “health concerns.”
The federal government has already spent at least $4.55 trillion – a previously unheard-of sum – on vaccines, marketing for the vaccines, bailouts, and more related to the pandemic.
As for Ukraine, this year, the U.S. has already funded the country’s defense to the tune of $54 billion – $18 billion more than Ukraine’s entire annual budget for fiscal year 2021.
Throwing good money after bad
Biden’s latest gift to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy would come in the form of $21.7 billion in defense aid to continue providing equipment to Ukraine and to replenish depleted U.S. stockpiles, $14 billion for direct budget support, $626 million to provide nuclear security support, and another $900 million for healthcare and support services.
As for Biden’s most recent plea for more COVID money, $8.25 billion would go toward supposed “COVID-response” efforts including the next vaccine program “Project COVID Shield.”
Biden also wants about $2 billion for other public health efforts, including around $1 billion for global COVID response and $750 million to combat diseases like hepatitis C and monkeypox.
It didn’t take long at all, before President Biden lived up to his promise of more of the same from his administration.
US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.