Breakdown of Biden's $143Billion Money Laundering Operation in Ukraine
Justin Haggerty | The Daily Knight
The illegitimate and usurper Biden administration has now unlawfully funneled $143 billion to the internationalist-socialist puppet Zelensky regime in Ukraine. Since 2001, the United States had given roughly $100 million to Ukraine annually, drastically increasing to $534 million in 2020 in preparation for, at the time, an unforeseen war with Russia.
For years after the Soros funded overthrow of the government in Kiev and leading up to the 2016 General Election in the United States, the IMF insidiously injected over $17.5 billion through Ukraine to back pro-Nazi militia to engage in civil war in the Donbas region and funnel millions of dollars to the Clinton Campaign. Read more.
Breakdown of the $143 Billion to Ukraine
This is a major money laundering campaign, led by Washington and the Federal Reserve, to funnel billions of dollars through Ukraine to fund the global internationalist-socialist revolution and the Great Reset. As reported by CBS in August, only 30% of military and aid packages have made it to the frontlines in the Ukrainian war effort.
February 26 - $350 million (weapons and arms)
March 16 - $800 million (weapons and arms)
March 3 - $10 billion (foreign aid)
April 13 - $800 million (military assistance)
April 21 - $1.3 billion (military and economic support)
April 28 - $33 billion (security, military, humanitarian)
- $20.4 billion (security assistance)
- $5 billion (drawdown authority)
- $6 billion (security assistance)
- $4 billion (foreign military financing program)
- $8.5 billion (basic citizen services)
- $3 billion (critical resources, "food security")
- $500 million (domestic food production)
May 6 - $150 million (security package)
May 19 - $100 million (weapons and equipment)
*Biden signs massive aids package to Ukraine and directly increases inflation from 8.3% to 8.6%
May 21 - $840 billion (aid package)
- $11 billion (presidential drawdown authority)
- $6 billion (security assistance)
- $9 billion (restock U.S. equipment)
- $39 billion (European command ops, Mission support, intelligence support, hazard pay for troops deployed to the region)
- $900 million (refugee assistance - nursing, trauma support, English tutor)
- $54 million (public health and medical support)
May 31 - $700 million (military aid)
June 15 - $1.2 billion (security and humanitarian aid)
- $1 billion (defense aid - weapons)
- $225 million (drinking water, medical supplies, health care, food, shelter, & cash for families for essentials)
June 23 - $430 million (security assistance)
June 30 - $820 million (security and military)
July 8 - $400 million (military aid)
July 12 - $1.7 billion (tax payer money - pay salaries of Ukrainian health workers, essential services)
*Zelensky demands $750 billion for his recovery plan and $5 billion per month to support Ukrainian economy.
July 25 - $270 million (tax payer money - additional security assistance)
*DOD announced that $8.2 billion in tax dollars had been used to support Ukrainian war effort.
August 1 - $550 million (security assistance)
*CBS reports only 30% of weapons and armament has reached destinations on frontline in Ukraine.
August 8 - $5.5 billion (foreign and military aid)
- $4.5 billion (tax payer money to help Ukranian government function and provide social services)
- $1 billion (security assistance)
*CBS retracts report on claim that 30% of weapons and arms have delivered to frontlines.
August 18 - $800 million (military and weapons)
August 24 - $3 billion (military aid)
September 2 - $13.7 billion (emergency funding)
- $2 billion (U.S. energy supplies)
*$1.1 billion to Taiwan arms package.
September 8 - $29 billion (military funding)
September 16 - $600 million (drawdown to send military equipment)
September 27 - $12 billion (economic and security aid)
- $3 billion (Afghan settlement - FBI received 15 million to vet Afghan refugees; equal to over 200 FBI agents? Not likely.)
September 28 - $1.1 billion (military aid - *About $19 billion in military aid since 2021, about $16.2 billion of which has been dispatched since the war escalated in Ukraine.)
October 4th - $625 million (security aid)
Military Aid: $33,620,000,000
Security Aid: $46,620,000,000
Foreign and Humanitarian Aid: $29,379,000,000
Drawdown Authority: $16,000,000,000
Taxpayer Money: $47,095,000,000
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