Joe “LOL-81-million” Biden has decided to break international law by sending outlawed cluster bombs to Ukraine, in order to exacerbate and continue his illegal proxy war against Ukraine. The decision has drawn scorn from the international community—not that this is anything new for the guy who everyone laughs at behind his back.
Fortunately, a bipartisan effort to stop Biden from sending these horrific bombs overseas.
“Children will be left without limbs and without parents because of this decision if we do not work together in a bipartisan fashion to stop it,” says Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL). Gaetz is spearheading an effort with Rep. Sara Jacobs (D-CA) to prevent the bombs from being sent in the first place.
“Cluster bombs are features of the world’s bloodiest and most inhumane wars and some of the longest. It’s hardly the cornerstone of a path to peace,” adds Gaetz.
Cluster bombs are notorious for not detonating right away. In many cases, they’ll lie in the ground wherever they land, whether it’s in a vacant city lot or a field in the countryside. Once a kindergartner comes along and whacks the unexploded ordinance with a stick, or some poor farmer runs over it with his tractor, it sparks a brand-new tragedy—sometimes decades after a war ends.
The Biden regime literally criticized Vladimir Putin last year and called him a war criminal because of the very thought that the Russian leader might use cluster bombs. But it’s apparently different when Washington, DC, does it.
The amendment sponsored by Gaetz and Jacobs is one of many to the new National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for the upcoming fiscal year. The NDAA is expected to be debated at some point in the next month.
It’s unclear yet whether there is enough congressional opposition between Republicans and Democrats to actually stop Biden’s latest illegal escalation.