by Nick Arama
While Joe Biden was in Ukraine giving billions in taxpayer money away and staging air raid sirens to make himself look tough, former President Donald Trump was going to East Palestine, Ohio, to listen to and help Americans who are in crisis. They need to know that people care about what’s happening there.
A train derailment there about three weeks ago resulted in contamination of the area, and the reaction from the federal government has been painfully slow. Joe Biden hasn’t even mentioned it, and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg had to be shamed into caring, finally saying on Wednesday that he would be going there on Thursday–after Trump’s visit.
Meanwhile, first on the ground, Trump brought pallets of water and cleaning supplies to help the people; he had an important thing to say to Joe Biden about what being a president of this country is about, when he was asked if he had a message for him. It was simple and direct, with no malarkey.
Trump said his message was, “Get over here.”
Trump also bought McDonald’s for some of the first responders and other people while he was there.
The people were excited that he cared enough to come.
Some folks there chanted, “No more Joe,” with reference to Biden.
Now, that’s priorities. Joe Biden, this is how a real American president is supposed to act.