- The U.S. military’s low supply of weapons is purportedly the result of the Biden administration giving so much assistance to Ukraine.
- The policy on Ukraine put the U.S. at risk of not being to help Taiwan should China invade, according to experts and former top national security officials.
- “We need to replenish the stocks of everything that we’ve sent to Ukraine,” former Trump administration National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien recently said. “We’re low on missiles. We’re low on Javelins. We’re low on Stingers. We can’t supply them to Taiwan now.”
The U.S. has committed roughly 8,500 Javelin antitank missiles and over 1,400 Stinger antiaircraft missiles to Ukraine, according to the Defense Department.