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BREAKING: Is Biden Abandoning Ohio Because They Support Trump?



The recent train derailment and subsequent release of toxic chemicals in East Palestine, Ohio, has led to a slew of negative consequences for the local community. Despite Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s request for federal disaster assistance, President Joe Biden and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) denied the request, stating that the incident did not meet the criteria for traditional disaster assistance.

Residents and reporters on the ground have reported ongoing concerns over the presence of chemical fumes and smells, leading to headaches and nausea. Additionally, the contamination has affected local waterways, leading to the death of thousands of fish and sickening other livestock and pets. The toxic chemicals have even made their way into the Ohio River, which provides drinking water to over 5 million people.

Despite these alarming consequences, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was noticeably absent from a recent town hall meeting in East Palestine meant to address the community’s concerns. Senator Marco Rubio has even called for Buttigieg’s resignation, further fueling speculation that the Biden administration may be ignoring this issue due to the demographics of the area. (No surprise: more than 70 percent of residents supported Trump in 2020.)

While the reasoning behind Biden’s denial of disaster assistance and Buttigieg’s absence remain unclear, it is essential to prioritize the health and safety of all American citizens, regardless of their political affiliations or demographics. Disasters like the one in East Palestine should not be taken lightly, and immediate action and support are needed to address the ongoing consequences and ensure the well-being of the affected communities

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