So Ukraine Gets Assistance, But Not Ohio? FEMA Turns Down Ohio Gov.'s Request for Help

Nick Kangadis | February 17, 2023
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You’d like to think that our current federal government in the U.S. would at the very least come to the aid of an American city, region or state when governors come asking for it. Except we currently reside under President Joe Biden’s regime, so unless you’re a foreign entity, good luck receiving the support you need in a disaster situation.

And God forbid that disaster happens in an area that primarily gave their support to former President Donald Trump in 2020.

On Thursday, the Biden regime turned down Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s (R) request for assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), as FEMA claims the area affected by the East Palestine, Ohio derailment and subsequent toxic spill and burning “is not eligible for assistance at this time,” because “the incident didn’t qualify as a traditional disaster,” according to Fox News.

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Despite Ohio being treated much like our southern border — which is to say, not at all — the Biden regime has no problem forking over hundreds of billions of dollars, not just in military equipment, but cash money as well to protect Ukraine’s borders and help its people in times of struggle.

Though, to be fair, Ohio’s own Emergency Management Agency has reportedly been working “closely” with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on testing the immediate and surrounding ecosystem.

But, considering the amount of toxins possibly in the air and water, for FEMA to turn away from Ohio at this time would be borderline laughable if it wasn’t so tragic.


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