Biden’s Ukraine Announcement Bombshell (Video)

Joe Biden

( – In a new act of defying Congress and, therefore, the will of the American people, President Joe Biden’s White House has announced hundreds of millions of dollars in additional military aid to Ukraine, even though US lawmakers haven’t approved additional funding for the purpose.

See the video of Biden stating he could bypass Congress below!

On Tuesday, the White House disclosed a temporary $300 million military assistance package for Ukraine, which has been fending off Putin’s Russia for over two years now, largely thanks to American aid.

With concerns mounting that the current Russian offensive could overwhelm Ukraine, the new military aid decision is bypassing Republicans in Congress, who have been blocking tens of billions of dollars in new military aid to the US ally over concerns about US border security and the illegal immigrant invasion.

“I have the authority to do without asking Congress for some more money right now but I’ve asked them for a lot more money,” President Joe Biden declared during a meeting with Poland’s leaders in Washington, DC.

This new US aid package will encompass anti-aircraft missiles, ammunition, artillery shells, and armored vehicles, as confirmed by officials cited by The Hill.

The disclosure coincides with President Joe Biden welcoming Polish President Andrzej Duda and Prime Minister Donald Tusk at the White House, affirming the United States’ backing for the US-led NATO alliance and Ukraine.

“Today, on behalf of President Biden, I’m announcing an emergency package of security assistance and $300 million worth of weapons and equipment to address some of Ukraine’s pressing needs,” National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan announced, cited by Breitbart News.

“The world is watching. The clock is ticking and we need to see action as rapidly as possible,” he added.

The new military aid for Ukraine was funded by the US Defense Department through savings from recent Pentagon acquisitions.

“It is a relatively small package to give Ukraine the minimum of what it needs for a short amount of time,” an unnamed Pentagon official told The Hill.

“We had savings come in that will allow us to offset the cost of a new drawdown package. This is a bit of a unique occurrence… so we do need the House to act,” the official added.

The last US military aid package to Ukraine using Congress-approved funding was on December 27, and was worth up to $250 million.

“Ukraine is not running out of courage and tenacity — they’re running out of ammunition. And we’re running out of time to help them,” CIA Director William Burns told Congress on Tuesday.

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