This is a deceptive bill for a number of reasons. It presents an overly simplistic picture. The member nations have until 2024 to reach the 2% goal. So it's wrong to condemn those who haven't yet met it. And there are nations in eastern Europe that will never be able to meet that obligation. That doesn't mean, however, that they shouldn't be in NATO. In fact, those are the very countries that, strategically, are crucial to have within the NATO fold. Otherwise, they would be even more vulnerable to Russian interference and intimidation. Failure to recognize this is a failure to understand basic foreign policy.