Joe Biden’s recent pledge to use American taxpayer money to guarantee pensions and welfare for people in Ukraine is coming under scrutiny from many Americans, especially given his inaction on the recent toxic chemical spill in Ohio. This incident has stoked outrage among many who are questioning why the President is prioritizing foreign aid over addressing domestic issues such as pollution and poverty.
As you know, the chemical spill has polluted the sky, the water, and the land in East Palestine with deadly chemicals that can cause serious health risks if ingested or inhaled. And this is in their water! Despite the gravity of this event, the Biden regime has been slow to respond and provide assistance to those affected by it.
In stark contrast, Biden recently reaffirmed his commitment to using US money to fund pensions and benefits for Ukrainian citizens. While this may seem like a generous gesture on its face, it has left many Americans wondering why their tax dollars are being sent abroad instead of being used to address problems closer to home. They argue that these funds could be put towards tackling major issues such as poverty, homelessness, and environmental destruction here in America. This is just another way of putting America last once again.
Biden’s decision also raises questions about fairness and equity; why should struggling communities in Ohio not receive the same level of attention as those in Ukraine? Furthermore, there are concerns about accountability. What measures are being put in place to ensure that American aid money is being properly managed and allocated and not p*ssed away like last time when the Ukrainian elite bought houses and vacations?
Ultimately, Biden’s decision has stirred up controversy due to its questionable timing and implications for domestic policy versus foreign policy spending. Much more needs to done by the Biden regime when it comes to protecting public welfare at home and less abroad.