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February 13, 2024 | Biden’s Unsettling X Post – Senate Passes $95 Billion Foreign Aid Bill

Martin Armstrong

Martin Arthur Armstrong is current chairman and founder of Armstrong Economics. He is best known for his economic predictions based on the Economic Confidence Model, which he developed.

Joe Biden is failing epically on social media. Biden’s campaign attempted to join TikTok, despite his own administration banning the app from government devices. The comments on his video show exactly why the government wants to ban TikTok as they are extremely critically of the Biden regime and uncensored. While the nation was distracted by the Super Bowl on Sunday, Biden’s team posted the above image to x (formerly Twitter).

The image is a longstanding meme coined “Dark Brandon,” portraying Joe Biden as a laser-eyed villain. Snopes and other far-left mouthpieces are stumped at the meaning behind the post, however, many believe he was attempting to mock conspiracy theorists who believed the Super Bowl was rigged in favor of Chiefs, who star player and girlfriend support both Biden, climate change, and the COVID agenda. The timing of the post that went out after the game ended in overtime is a bit suspicious.

“Just like we drew it up.” The vague caption can only point to one thing – the next spending bill for Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan. On Sunday, the US Senate considered a motion to advance a $95 billion foreign aid bill that received a 67-27 vote in favor of moving the bill forward. The bill had failed numerous times but Biden insisted that the American public would pay, Ukraine in particular, by any means necessary. His team had the paperwork ready, just like they drew it up.


By Tuesday, the Senate cleared the aid package in a 70-29 vote. Notably, Democrats Bernie Sanders, Peter Welch, and Jeff Merkley voted against this bill. Senators Rand Paul and J.D. Vance advocated for the people of America and spent hours speaking to their peers as the pleaded with them to STOP the spending. “Will we give those who wish us harm more reason to question our resolve, or will we recommit to exercising American strength?” McConnell asked, as he and Schumer celebrated the latest addition to the national debt.

The House will now decide on this legislation, but clearly, the plan is in place. The establishment refuses to be dismissed and will eliminate any opposition.

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February 13th, 2024

Posted In: Armstrong Economics

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