Bipartisan Congress members passed the 4,408-page National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) authorizing the DC war machine to spend $858 BILLION dollars, $45 BILLION more than requested by the Biden administration, increasing spending 8% over the FY2022 budget.
The bill excluded a much needed audit of the Ukraine budget, instead adding another gift to Zelensky for $800 MILLION. Taiwan will be receiving $10 BILLION in military aid through FY 2027.
Zero ( $ 0 ) dollars are going toward securing USA borders as national security is not a priority for the Biden administration.
While inflation is skyrocketing and so many American’s are struggling to make ends meet, it is an outrage that DC politicians continue reckless war spending overseas.
Due to the advocacy of many, the legislation rescinded the CV-19 vaxx mandate for the military and the “Digital ID” legislation was removed from the bill. Also, language to require women to register for the draft was removed. The bill now moves to the Senate. -JD
The unlawful vaxx mandate has destroyed lives, tanked the economy and caused incalculable harm to Americans. Military recruitment levels are reportedly at an all time low as thousands of soldiers have been discharged for refusing to take the potentially deadly experimental CV-19 injection.
According to Senator Paul’s press release, US Senators are opposed “to moving forward with the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2023, unless the Senate votes on an amendment to prohibit discharges from the Armed Forces solely because of COVID-19 vaccination status. The amendment will also reinstate service members already discharged, with back pay”.
DoD’s disastrous vaxx mandate must end immediately. The failed policy is a threat to readiness and to national security. -JD
Governor Kristi Noem of South Dakota, signed Executive Order 2022-10 banning the social media platform TikTok for contractors, employees, and state agencies using state devices.
The Order is in response to the national security threat of TikTok with regard to personal data gathering operations potentially exploited by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Gov. Noem stated,“Because of our serious duty to protect the private data of South Dakota citizens, we must take this action immediately. I hope other states will follow South Dakota’s lead, and Congress should take broader action, as well”.