President Joe Biden isn't happy about it though, no matter how much he wants to publicly trick us into thinking that he cares about Israel, the intended recipient of the funds.
It's upsetting Biden so much, that the aid package has received veto threats from the president.
Those threats, however, would only be relevant if the package was to ever get past the Democrat-controlled Senate.
Biden is furious over a "poison pill" provision included in the package.
The "poison pill" is the fact that if this aid passes, it would slash funding for the IRS.
Obviously, liberals need the IRS to keep their thumb over the little people of America, so of course, Biden and his gang would rather spend money on revenue agents than on helping the people of Israel.
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) recently came out and said exactly that:
"Let me be clear: The Senate will not take up the House GOP's deeply flawed proposal," he said. "Instead, we will work on our own bipartisan emergency aid package that includes funding for aid to Israel, Ukraine, humanitarian aid including for Gaza, and competition with the Chinese Government."
Aid for Gaza, huh Chuck? I wonder what that's going to fund.
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