Uncover What The President Said That’s Got Everyone Talking

President Biden’s recent admission of a shortage in 155 mm artillery ammunition rounds has generated widespread concern and controversy. Republican voters are expressing serious doubts about the competence and preparedness of the Biden administration in addressing our national security needs.

During a Sunday morning interview, Biden attempted to justify the decision to send cluster munitions to Ukraine as a temporary measure until additional ammunition can be produced. However, conservatives are questioning the wisdom of publicly announcing a shortage that could potentially alert our adversaries.

On social media, conservative voices expressed frustration and disbelief over Biden’s revelation. Political operative Logan Dobson sarcastically remarked, “Love when the president of America goes on CNN to tell everyone we’re low on ammo.” Conservative communicator Steve Guest tweeted, “Moron. Does Biden not care that our adversaries in China are listening?”

Even Byron York of the Washington Examiner, known for his balanced analysis, found Biden’s remarks concerning. He wrote, “In CNN interview, President Biden is not particularly clear but seems to be saying US is sending cluster munitions to Ukraine because we are running out of 155mm artillery ammunition to send them. Seems obvious this is affecting US readiness to defend itself.”

The White House attempted to clarify the situation, emphasizing that the United States is not running out of ammunition and that everything sent to Ukraine exceeds reserve requirements. However, the damage had already been done. Political commentator Ian Miles Cheong remarked, “Joe Biden wasn’t supposed to say the quiet part out loud: ‘We’ve run out of ammunition.’ But now that the cat’s out of the bag, one must ask whether continued support of Ukraine’s military is even feasible as the conflict rages on.”

Critics also pointed out the inconsistency in Biden’s stance on cluster munitions. Robert Kennedy Jr., Biden’s opponent in the Democrat presidential race, took to Twitter to condemn the decision. He reminded everyone that White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki had previously called the use of cluster bombs a “war crime.” Kennedy questioned, “What happened to his conscience?”

A White House official defended the authorization of cluster munitions for Ukraine, emphasizing the need to ensure Ukraine’s defense. The official stated that the cluster munitions are a temporary solution until domestic ammunition production can be significantly increased.

The revelation of the ammunition shortage has raised concerns among Republican voters about the Biden administration’s ability to prioritize national security and maintain a strong defense. Republicans must remain vigilant and hold the administration accountable to protect the safety and security of our nation.

Source Fox News