It seems like somebody misunderstood. Once we stated we needed to safe the border, we meant OUR border.
Because the Gateway Pundit reported,
Senate leaders on Sunday launched the small print of a long-awaited complete border safety invoice, which additionally incorporates a considerable international support part.
The discussions, led by Senators James Lankford (R-OK), Krysten Sinema (I-AZ), and Chris Murphy (D-CT), come after months of negotiations with the Biden regime, looking for to deal with each the continuing disaster on the U.S. southern border and international coverage commitments overseas.
The 370-page deal, in keeping with Senator Patty Murray (D-WA), Chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, claims it displays weeks of good-faith negotiations, balancing home issues with pressing worldwide support wants.
The excellent $118.28 billion nationwide safety supplemental package deal, totaling $118.28 billion, allocates a staggering $60.06 billion to Ukraine in response to Russia’s aggressive army actions.
In distinction, U.S. border safety efforts are earmarked to obtain $20.23 billion. This disparity in funding allocation has raised eyebrows and sparked a debate over the Senate’s priorities at a time when home border safety challenges persist.
Nothing says America final fairly like prioritizing one other nation 4 occasions as a lot as our personal. There isn’t any compelling motive for an American congressman to vote for a invoice that places the pursuits of one other nation forward of the pursuits of their very own.