So does the U.S. now just have this never-ending, open door where people can come in from all over the world with little vetting? The quick answer is yes. I’m all for humanitarian aid, but our federal government cares not one bit about the Americans that are actually from this country anymore.
The White House released a fact sheet on Thursday that announced plans to “welcome up to 100,000 Ukrainians and others fleeing Russia’s aggression.”
According to the sheet:
Providing refuge to Displaced Ukrainians. While we expect many Ukrainians will choose to remain in Europe close to family and their homes in Ukraine, today, the United States is announcing plans to welcome up to 100,000 Ukrainians and others fleeing Russia’s aggression through the full range of legal pathways, including the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program. In particular, we are working to expand and develop new programs with a focus on welcoming Ukrainians who have family members in the United States. The United States and the European Union are also coordinating closely to ensure that these efforts, and other forms of humanitarian admission or transfers, are complementary and provide much-needed support to Ukraine’s neighbors.
But that’s not all, folks. On top of the billions of American taxpayer dollars the U.S. has already given Ukraine, the Biden regime also announced that they “are prepared to provide more than $1 billion in new funding towards humanitarian assistance to support people within Ukraine and assist those affected by the global impacts of Russia’s war.”
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Like I mentioned earlier, I have no problem with giving humanitarian aid to allies that are in conflict, but with all the money and assistance that the U.S. has given Ukraine so far, does the U.S. have some level of stake in the country now? For as much money as we’ve given, does the U.S. own Ukraine yet?
I can’t stand Russia or Vladimir Putin, but what’s going on over there? Is this going to be another Afghanistan, where we’re just there for decades in order to help them build up a Western-style democracy they don't want?
So let’s try and keep track here. The U.S. practically has a non-existent southern border, we brought in and accepted “tens of thousands” of Afghan refugees (with a portion being understandable if they actually helped the U.S. while the military was in Afghanistan), and now we’re going to allow 100,000 Ukrainian refugees into the country.
When does it stop? When the U.S. is no longer solvent? Which at this point, are we already past that with the amount of money the Federal Reserve is printing out of thin air?
All this might sound cold, but there needs to be an adult in the room somewhere to bring focus on the population manipulation going on here in the U.S. that Europe encountered not that long ago.
Related MRCTV Twitter Video:
Biden: "I did not say that sanction would deter [Putin]. Sanctions never deter." pic.twitter.com/lRxhz25rMG— MRCTV (@mrctv) March 24, 2022
H/T: Daily Wire