Joe Biden’s disastrous first term has been plagued by scandal after scandal.
But the train wreck is about to get even worse.
Because now Biden’s money madame has just made a jaw-dropping announcement.
The warmongers are not quite ready to stop funding Ukraine in its impasse with Russia.
Joe Biden suggested that NATO countries would not retaliate to a “minor incursion” from Vladimir Putin into Ukraine.
Over a year and a half later, the war rages on as Ukrainian soldiers are being tossed into the meat grinder.
Sensible leaders have called for an offramp, but the Biden administration seems keen on keeping the conflict going.
Biden’s Treasury Secretary made one statement about the war in Ukraine that will leave you speechless
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said as much when she remarked that there was plenty of U.S. money to fund the war in Ukraine.
In an interview with Sky News, Yellen said, “America can certainly afford to stand with Israel and to support Israel’s military needs, and we also can and must support Ukraine in its struggle against Russia.”
Yellen made these comments as America is $33 trillion in debt.
She also claimed that the U.S. economy is doing “extremely well” in the face of evidence to the contrary.
Yellen continued, “Inflation has been high, and it’s been a concern to households. It’s come down considerably…At the same time, we have about the strongest labor market we’ve seen in 50 years with 3.8% unemployment. And at the same time, America — the Biden administration — has passed legislation that is strengthening our economy in years to come for the medium term.”
The Biden administration is attempting to take credit for the labor market opening up after the draconian COVID lockdowns that Democrats encouraged.
Americans know what’s happening to the nation’s wealth and their own pocketbooks
Red states that remained open during COVID did not suffer near the same economic damage as lockdown states.
Also, Yellen is downplaying the effect of inflation, which hit a 40-year high on Biden’s watch.
Simply spending more taxpayer dollars is not a solution to controlling inflation, but that’s what Biden did with the comically named Inflation Reduction Act.
Only after its passage did Democrats admit it further contributed to inflation.
Yellen then turned to blaming Republicans over the party’s internal beef over the House speakership.
Yellen added, “It’s really up to the House to find, seat a speaker and to put us in a position where legislation can be passed…it shows that there’s a problem in the Republican party in terms of being able to effectively govern the country.”
Yellen and the Democrats are chomping at the bit to spend more money the country does not have.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.