Biden Ripped: American President Wears ‘My Ukraine Tie And My Ukraine Pin’ While Begging For More Money For Ukraine
President Joe Biden was on the receiving end of significant criticism after bragging about wearing his pro-Ukraine attire while discussing the $118 billion Senate bill that primarily benefits Ukraine.
Biden made the remarks during a speech urging Congress to pass the bill on Tuesday. The President presented the bill as a border security effort when in reality, it is a massive funding boondoggle for foreign nations.
Midway through his speech, Biden touted the legislation for providing “urgent funding for Ukraine.”
The bill includes $60.06 billion in additional aid to Ukraine with a significant portion coming in the form of weapons and military equipment.
“I’m wearing my Ukraine tie and my Ukraine pin, which I’ve been wearing because they’re in dire straits right now defending themselves against the Russian onslaught,” Biden said.
BIDEN: “I’m wearing my Ukraine tie, my Ukraine pin, which I’ve been wearing because they’re in dire straits right now”
Video later showed the president, wearing a dark suit and, in an apparent nod to the Ukrainian flag, a blue-and yellow striped tie, seated with (Ukraine President Volodymyr) Zelensky, who wore his usual military-style attire.
Interestingly, that same report shows Biden declaring Ukraine was on their way to victory in the war against Russia.
“When Putin launched his invasion nearly one year ago, he thought Ukraine was weak and the West was divided. He thought he could outlast us,” Biden said in a statement after arriving to meet. “But he was dead wrong.”
Now it’s, “They need another $60 billion or Putin will outlast us.”
Fox Business host Charles Payne ripped Biden’s visit to Ukraine, yellow and blue tie and all, as “phony” due to air raid sirens going off while the two world leaders showed very little concern.
“The only thing I did not like about President Biden’s visit was the air raid sirens.,” Payne said. “That was the most phony baloney stuff.”
As phony as an aid package meant for Ukraine and Israel being presented as a ‘border security’ bill.