Joe Biden rejected a request for federal disaster funds for Ohio, after a train derailed and spewed toxic chemicals everywhere. But he’s still sending BILLIONS to his BFF Zelensky… It really shouldn’t be a shock to anybody, this is exactly how globalists behave. You get what you ballot harvest for. After all, Ohio is a RED STATE now, why would Joe lift a finger to help them? He doesn’t even have plans to go to Ohio to assess the environmental damage, even though Joe supposedly loves the planet.
But I can tell you one person who’ going to Ohio – President Trump.
Ha made the announcement on Friday, and when he did…something interesting happened.
BREAKING: President Trump will be visiting East Palestine, Ohio next week
This is what a real President looks like
— DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) February 17, 2023
Becker News reported that a source “close to Trump” told Fox News Digital that he plans to visit with members of the community, adding that the 45th president has a strong relationship with the people of Ohio.
Trump’s announcement came soon after the White House said President Joe Biden has no plans to visit the area. In the two weeks since the train derailment and ecological disaster, neither Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg nor President Joe Biden has visited the county.
Columbiana County, where the epicenter of the environmental fallout is located, voted over 70% for Donald Trump in the last election.
Just in case you were wondering why Biden and Buttigieg are ignoring the toxic chemical spill in East Palestine, Ohio
Columbiana County voted 71.7% for Trump in 2020 pic.twitter.com/Ibq5Is6lZI
— DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) February 14, 2023
Trump’s announcement that he would visit East Palestine preceded the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s reversal of its earlier decision to deny Ohio federal disaster relief.
Following further discussions with FEMA tonight, they will be deploying federal resources to East Palestine. pic.twitter.com/T8exeZBRXs
— Governor Mike DeWine (@GovMikeDeWine) February 18, 2023
Just hours after saying he “[did] not expect” members of the Federal Emergency Management Agency to be in East Palestine, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine now confirms the government entity will, in fact, be sending a crew to assist with the aftermath of the train derailment in the village.
In a joint statement released Friday night, DeWine and FEMA Regional Administrator Thomas C. Sivak said the agency would deploy a Regional Incident Management Assistance Team (IMAT) to Columbiana County starting Saturday, along with a senior response official. The workers will “support ongoing operations, including incident coordination and ongoing assessments of potential long-term recovery needs.”
What amazing “timing” right?
I’m sure it was a big coinky dink, though. Don’t be a conspiracy theorist. It’s not like President Trump would have called out the Biden admin from his massive pulpit or anything like that, right?
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