Posted BY: Teresa | NwoReport

President Joe Biden recently stated that he has not had the opportunity to visit East Palestine, Ohio, despite his earlier promise to do so in March. This pledge came after the village experienced air and water contamination due to a chemical spill resulting from a train derailment. When questioned by a reporter about his delayed visit, Biden offered a somewhat convoluted response. He explained that he has been preoccupied with many pressing matters, including international travel plans. While he initially intended to visit East Palestine this week, his schedule became increasingly hectic, with trips planned to India and Vietnam. Nonetheless, he assured that efforts were being made to provide East Palestine with the necessary resources to address their challenges. During this period, Biden was in Florida to assess the damage caused by Hurricane Idalia, and he had recently visited Maui to survey the aftermath of island fires.

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Despite these explanations, it remains unclear why President Biden has not made time to visit East Palestine, a community still grappling with the consequences of the chemical spill. The cleanup operation is expected to cost a substantial $803 million, which includes the removal of hazardous substances and related expenses, as reported by the Associated Press.

Interestingly, it was noted that Biden had recently flown over East Palestine en route to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for an event promoting his economic agenda, known as “Bidenomics.” This has raised questions about his commitment to addressing the pressing issues the village faces. In conclusion, President Biden’s failure to visit East Palestine, despite previous assurances and the ongoing environmental crisis, has sparked concerns and demands for him to prioritize the needs of this affected community.