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I may have Ā BidenĀ killed theĀ Keystone XLĀ pipelineĀ for good ā€” butĀ Biden's pipeline to the Ukraine is flowing faster than ever to help the New Liberal World Order.

President Joe Biden is asking Congress to provide more than $37 billion in emergency aid to Ukraine, a massive infusion of cash that could help support the nation as Ukrainian forces suffer massive battlefieldĀ losses in theirĀ nine-month-old war with Russia.

Shalanda Young, director of the White House Office of Management and Budget, said that more than three-fourths ofĀ the $40 billion approved by Congress earlierĀ this year for Ukraine has already been disbursed or committed. The Biden administration has asked for a total of $37.7 billion in support.

The request for such a sizable amount of money for Ukraine comes as the GOP is poised to take control of the House following the midterm elections. HouseĀ Republican leader Kevin McCarthy, who is in line to become speaker, has warned that RepublicansĀ wouldnā€™t support writing a ā€œblank checkā€ for UkraineĀ if they capture the majority.

U.S. aid to Ukraine has already included tens of thousands of missiles and rockets for air defense and anti-armor systems, and more than 84 million rounds of ammunition, as well as drones, tanks, trucks, radars, body armor and other gear.

Ukrainian leaders have begged for more advanced, longer-range weapons, but the U.S. has been careful to not provide systems that would allow Ukrainian forces to strike deep into Russia or hit Moscow.

Russia has warned the U.S. and west that the supply of more advanced, longer-range weapons, will draw them into the war and make them combatants.

House Foreign Affairs committee chairman Gregory Meeks, D-N.Y., said the new emergency request was ā€œurgent to make sure that we get them everything that we can possibly get into the omnibus so that they have the weapons to continue the momentum moving through the winter.ā€

In aĀ Nov. 22 letterĀ to Defense SecretaryĀ Lloyd Austin, 16 senators led byĀ Sen.Ā Joni ErnstĀ (R-Iowa) ask the administration to give ā€œcareful reconsiderationā€ to Ukraineā€™s request for MQ-1C Gray Eagle unmanned aerial systems (UAS).Ā 

ā€œThe MQ-1C, along with already provided long-range fires capabilities, provides Ukraine additional lethality needed to eject Russian forces and regain occupied territory,ā€ the lawmakers write.Ā Ā 

The signatories include Ernst, outgoing Senate Armed Services Committee ranking member Sen. James InhofeĀ (R-Okla.), and Sens.Ā Tim KaineĀ (D-Va.), Joe ManchinĀ (D-W.V.), Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Mark KellyĀ (D-Ariz.).Ā 

The Wall Street JournalĀ first reported on the letter.Ā 

Ukraine has made significant battlefield advances in the last few months against Russia, pushing Kremlin forces from the strategic areas of Kharkiv and Kherson.Ā 

But Moscow has countered with an unrelenting barrage of missile and drone strikes across Ukraine since October, using Iranian-provided kamikaze drones to target major cities and infrastructure. Ā 


The only red wave this year will be when 'Commander knocks over the cranberry sauce'

ļ»æ#RedWaveļ»æ

šŸ¦I kicked the Don to the curb in 2020, then Shubbadubba do dangle, I brought out the secret weapon in 2022 and we were more popular than Obamie and Clinton. The Don has been Aborted.

Who the man? I'm the MAN

ļ»æ#RedRippleļ»æ

šŸ¦This is just wrong, we can't have Musk, Twitter and CNN Fact Checking me like they did to Trump. I'll lose what little credibility I have.

We even had to delete this Tweet. Imagine if what would happen if people knew the truth?

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