At the Ron Paul Institute, Daniel McAdams explains that Americans, in the face of crippling inflation, are not so keen on the idea of sending billions of their hard-earned dollars to Ukraine. He writes (abridged):
As we highlight in today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report, a new poll brings more devastating news to the Biden Administration and to Democrats hoping to salvage something in the upcoming elections: a healthy majority of Americans oppose the President’s policy toward Ukraine.
This poll was not commissioned by the GOP or RPI or any hostile entity. It was commissioned by a news outlet most invested in the Biden Administration and the Democratic Party: CNN.
When the Democrats lose CNN… well it’s probably similar to Republicans losing Fox News.
But according to the poll, not only does a scant 25 percent believe he’s doing a good job handling inflation, but a majority 52 percent of all Americans oppose his disastrous Ukraine policy:
As Americans are facing inflation the likes of which they haven’t seen in four decades, it’s no surprise that the idea of sending 60 or so billion dollars in funny money to Ukraine would not be popular. As I mentioned in a recent speech, the US has sent the equivalent of one-half of Ukraine’s ENTIRE GDP for 2021 to ensure that the US can fight Russia down to the last Ukrainian. Additionally, as Americans struggle to afford healthcare, it’s no shock that the idea of the US propping up Ukraine’s healthcare system to the tune of $1.7 billion is not earning many fans among American citizens, even among the Left.
By Daniel McAdams, Ron Paul Institute
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