National Defense in Biden’s America

A set-up for disaster

The Senate will soon vote on the nearly $700 billion National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), an annual bill which sets policy for our entire military.

Joe Biden is running for Commander-in-Chief, but has yet to offer any specifics on how he would handle national defense.

For decades, Biden embraced policies promoting military weakness. In 1984 he voted to prevent the deployment of the MX missile. Five years later, he voted to deny funding for the MX. And the icing on the cake came in 1991 when he voted for a bill which would have wiped out our missile defense system in its entirety.

Fast forward to today, and Biden has vowed to cut the defense budget.

It doesn’t take a psychic to predict America's future under a Joe Biden presidency. Joe may keep quiet about it, but his radical record speaks volumes.