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America Last: National Guard Get No Pay Before Christmas, Ukraine Gets Billions

America Last: National Guard Get No Pay Before Christmas, Ukraine Gets Billions

( – According to the letter written to service members that The Post Millennial was able to secure, President Joe Biden’s administration allegedly should have provided National Guard troops their final year salary before Christmas.

The $1.7 trillion omnibus budget bill that Congress recently passed caused problems with the National Guard troops’ paychecks.

After several weeks of discussion, Congress agreed on the omnibus spending plan. The spending measure includes a $45 billion aid package for Ukraine, among other things.

Of course, this includes the taxpayer funds previously allocated for aid to Ukraine ($66 billion).

After Congress approved a week-long continuing resolution (CR) to finance the government after the initial shutdown date of December 14, the federal government was scheduled to shut down on Friday.

The 4,155-page package was passed by the Senate on Thursday and the House on Friday, sending it to Biden for final approval.

Unfortunately, The Biden administration forgot about paying some members of The National Guard.

Some National Guard personnel received letters saying there has been a persistent “pay issue that has been afflicting the unit and the division as well.”

According to the letter, many Soldiers were expecting pay today, but they only received their Leave and Earning Statement (LES), which are pay stubs.

Unfortunately, the pay was not included in those pay stubs.

Here’s What The Letter Said

The letter claims that the payroll issue is “nationwide,” “looks to be at” the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS), and is “connected to the CR.”

The letters read that the National Guard Bureau was “not made aware of the issue” before Friday but is “actively working the issue with DFAS time now.”

They said they believe that “today or tomorrow,” the paycheck issue will be resolved.

The letter read,

“This is regrettable and can lead to significant problems and annoyance throughout the formation, both of which are understandable. In particular, two days before Christmas.”

I believe the messaging is crucial so that it is clear that everyone in the Division and State is working to find a quick solution to the problems, which are at the highest levels.”

While our own troops are not getting before just before the Christmas holiday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy came to the U.S., visited Biden, and left with $45 billion more in aid.

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