Biden Regime Approves $619 Million Package to Arm Taiwan with Missiles for Fighter Jets and Other Weapons

The Biden regime has agreed to funnel hundreds of millions into Taiwan to prepare them for a potential conflict with China.

The U.S. State Department announced that they are selling Taiwan missiles for F-16 fighter jets and other weapons coming to a total of $619 million. This will only goad China and risk another dangerous and costly proxy war for the U.S., similar to what is going on with Russia and Ukraine right now.

The Pentagon stated that arming Taiwan “serves US national, economic, and security interests by supporting the recipient’s continuing efforts to modernize its armed forces and to maintain a credible defensive capability.”

Congress will ultimately have to approve the deal before it can go through, but considering how owned by the military-industrial complex all of these lawmakers are, it is expected to be little more than a formality.

Big League Politics has reported on China arming themselves for war with Taiwan as the U.S. gets involved in order to stoke conflict:

The nation of China is increasing their military activity as U.S. officials signify that they are ready to help Taiwan repel Chinese aggression, which may risk another endless war.

Ma Xiaoguang, a spokesman for China’s Taiwan Affairs Office, noted that the Chinese army’s recent drills had been conducted as a “solemn warning against Taipei’s increased provocation, which damaged peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait” in response to Taiwan’s “recently intensified military collusion with the US.”

President Joe Biden signed the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to give $2 billion in loans for Taiwan that would, of course, be funneled to U.S. defense contractors. This is an unprecedented level of military aid for the small country and a sign that the war drums are beating with China…

“China will act firmly to defend its own sovereignty and security interests,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said during a press briefing on December 30, when asked about the US State Department’s recent move to approve arms sales to Taiwan.

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