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Fox News contributor Brett Velicovich highlighted the “serious disconnect” with military aid to the front lines in Ukraine on Thursday after President Biden unveiled a new military aid package in the fight against Russia . Velicovich urged the Biden administration to “get proof” that resources are getting where they should on “Fox & Friends” as the war rages on.
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BRETT VELICOVICH: There are serious issues and this disconnect right now about the aid that’s supposed to be coming and actually getting to the front lines, and to see that all you have to do is look at a Ukrainian soldier who is sitting at a checkpoint in kyiv, for example, against a soldier who is actually on the front lines fighting every day. These checkpoints have a ton of kit. They have a ton of tactical gear. This is very good, but I personally see that these groups are fighting the Russians on the front. They claim victims daily. You can literally hear explosions, artillery fire in the background, and they are doing everything they can with the very little equipment they have. So I say to the administration, if you’re going to send rescue equipment to Ukraine, you better make sure you know exactly where it’s going. Don’t just take a minister’s or general’s word for it. Get proof that he’s going to the front line.
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