Mon. Jan 24th, 2022
US Foreign Aid

Foreign Aid Giveaway

Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans gave Americans a slap in the face when they approved hundreds of billions of dollars in Foreign Aid but only $600 for American Citizens. 

"On Dec. 21, lawmakers in both chambers of Congress passed a $2.3 trillion spending package: a roughly $1.4 trillion omnibus spending bill — consisting of 12 different bills to fund the government during fiscal year 2021 — and a separate, approximately $900 billion bill specifically for COVID-19 relief. Lawmakers also passed several other smaller bills.

It’s the $1.4 trillion part of the package that included funding for U.S. policies and priorities within the country and abroad." (Source)

In other words, the Covid Relief Part of the National Spending Bill was carved out as a separate law. But that didn't stop Lawmakers from spending billions of dollars on foreign aid.

H.R. 133 (Not Covid Relief Bill) totals $1.4 trillion included $83.193 Billion in Foreign Aid 

Foreign Aid listed below is from the actual Law that was passed known as HR 133 . Remember, this is only 1 of 9 Bills Passed!

1. Israel: $3.3 billion

2. Jordan: $1.65 billion,

3. Ukraine: $453 million

4. Georgia: $132 million

5. • Assistance for Eastern Europe and Eurasia: $770.3 million

6. Countering Russian Influence Fund (CRIF): $290 million

7. Central America: $506 million

8. Caribbean Basin Regional Security Initiative: $74.8 million

9. Colombia: $461 million

10. Mexico: $158.9 million

11. Democracy and the rule of law in Venezuela: Not less than $33 million

12. Tibet: $18 million 

13. Countering Chinese Influence Fund: $300 million

14. s $78 million for debt relief to Somalia, and $111 million for bilateral debt relief and $120 million for multilateral debt relief to Sudan.

15. Provides $75 million for security assistance programs for the West Bank and $75 million for the humanitarian and development needs of the Palestinian people in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

16. Provides $50 million for the new Nita M. Lowey Middle East Partnership for Peace Fund

17. Provides $4 billion as a contribution to GAVI for pandemic response. (Gavi is an international organisation created in 2000 to improve access to new and underused vaccines for children living in the world's poorest countries.)

TOTAL: 12.9 Billion

Additional Foreign Aid Below: 70.293 Billion Dollars.

And Even More Foreign Aid

  • $1.97 billion for international food aid and for the promotion of U.S. agricultural exports overseas.
  • Provides $200 million to fully support Israeli Cooperative procurement programs (Iron Dome, David’s Sling, and Arrow)
  • Provides $300 million for the Israeli cooperative research and development programs, including David’s Sling and Arrow-3.
  • $147.5 million, including levels above the President’s Budget for foreign disaster relief, humanitarian assistance, and the humanitarian mine action program.List Item
  • $3.05 billion for the Afghanistan Security Forces Fund.
  • Not less than $20 million for the recruitment and retention of women in the Afghanistan National Security Forcesst Item
  • $710 million for the Counter-ISIS Train and Equip Fund, including support for the Iraqi Security Forces, Kurdish Peshmerga, and the Syrian Democratic Forces fighting ISIS.
  • $275 million for the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative
  • $1.19 billion for International Security Cooperation Programs.
  • $9 billion for international security assistance
  • $1.71 billion in total funding for USAID operations
  • $26.5 billion for bilateral assistance to foreign countries
  • $2 billion to meet United States commitments to multilateral organizations and international financial institutions
  • $1.56 billion for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria
  • $3.26 billion for programs to improve maternal and child health and fight infectious diseases, (Includes Family Planning)
  • $950 million for basic (Global) educatione
  • $740.3 million for education and cultural exchanges
  • $7.8 billion for INternational Humanitarian Assistance
  • $410.5 million for the Peace Corps
  • Over $500 Million for Global Environment Initiatives
  • Millennium Challenge Corporation- Foreign Aid- 912 Million Dollars
  • $569 million for International Dev. Fin Corp
  • $1.5 billion for Contributions to International Organizations
  • Contributions to International Peacekeeping (CIPA) – $1.46 billion


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