President Biden is rolling out the red carpet to give this foreign leader more of your money

Under President Joe Biden’s watch, the American economy is experiencing runaway inflation, is in and out of recession and is on the brink of stagflation.  

While American workers are forced to struggle through the Biden Economy, the President is showing no signs of slowing down his record spending. 

And now Biden is bringing in his new favorite foreign leader to give yet another great big Christmas present. 

300-plus days of conflict in eastern Europe

Despite an endless supply of warning signs, the Biden Administration was caught completely off guard when Russian Premier Vladmir Putin sent troops into Ukraine.

That was back in February of this year.

President Joe Biden has talked tough and sent tens of billions of dollars in aid, equipment and ammunition to Ukraine since then.

However, the conflict in eastern Europe continues – and the only end in sight could be nuclear one.

Putin called for the first mobilization of reservists in Russia since World War II.

The Russian President also warned the West he is “not bluffing” about using everything at his disposal to protect Russia — including his nuclear arsenal.

Biden’s response was more warmongering and poking the bear.

“We will stand in solidarity against Russia’s aggression,” Biden said.

The President wants Americans to sacrifice and agree to continue paying more for food and fuel, so he can prolong a war Ukraine can’t possibly win.

In the meantime, more innocent Ukrainians die.

Biden makes it a Merry Christmas for Zelenskyy

But that’s not stopping President Joe Biden from continuing to prolong the inevitable by supporting Ukraine and costing thousands of innocent lives – not to mention tens of billions in U.S. taxpayer dollars – to prolong the inevitable.

President Biden has proposed an astronomical $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill that is being considered by Congress and appears to be gaining some RINO support to go along with the Democrats. 

Part of the mega-spending bill is $45 billion in more military and humanitarian aid for Ukraine. 

If passed, that will bring America’s investment in the eastern European conflict to more than $110 billion.

And while American families continue to struggle through the woeful Biden Economy – the 46th President of the United States is more concerned with impressing his friend, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. 

Zelenskyy visited Washington Wednesday and after a meeting with the President where the Biden Administration rolled out the red carpet for him, the President of Ukraine was given the incredibly rare and special opportunity to address Congress – and attempt to sway their votes on sending even more money to Ukraine for an unwinnable war. 

Zelenskyy not shy about begging for money

“Your support is crucial, not just to stand in such a fight, but to get to the turning point to win on the battlefield,” Zelenskyy said. “We have artillery, yes. We have it. Is it enough? Quite honestly, not really.” 

Zelenskyy and Biden also gave a joint press conference, where the President of the United States characteristically followed Zelenskyy’s lead. 

“Russia is using winter as a weapon: freezing people, starving people, cutting them off from one another,” Biden said. “It’s the latest example of the outrageous atrocities the Russian forces are committing against innocent Ukrainian civilians.”

It remains to be seen if Zelenskyy’s plea and Biden’s backing will greenlight tens of billions of dollars more in handouts to Ukraine. 

Should the United States continue supporting Ukraine’s war effort against Russia?