Department of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg finally arrives in East Palestine, Ohio to assess the damage from the Norfolk-Southern Rail collision. Secretary Pete, who immediately blamed Trump for the accident, now does not want to make this political.
The NTSB releases a report and the NTSB director hold a press conference.
Karine Jean-Pierre takes questions from the Press about Mayor Pete – er – Secretary Buttigieg.
J.D. Vance commends Trump for his support in Ohio and Trump’s crowd looks different than Pete’s. More from Robert Gouveia on Watching The Watchers.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg looked to have a promising career as one of the Democrats’ leading Presidential candidates, someone who could step into the 2024 race should Joe Biden be unable to pursue a second term. But, after his abysmal response to the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, Buttigieg would be lucky to win a po-dunk race for dog catcher. Here’s more from the Liberal Hivemind.
A tip of our hat to J.D. Vance, the new U.S. Senator from the state of Ohio. On Thursday, Vance visited East Palestine, Ohio, to survey first-hand the devastation caused by the train derailment and the release of toxic chemicals.
Here, he provides persuasive evidence that these toxic chemicals have seeped and leached into the soils of a creek running through East Palestine. Seems like he’s doing a job that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) should have done a week ago, if the agency had been even half-way performing its supposed duties.
Toward that end, Michael Regan, the head of the EPA, joined Vance Thursday in East Palestine, As they say, better late than never! More from Dinesh D’Souza.
On today’s episode of Occam’s Razor, we continue to examine the disaster in East Palestine, the new Marburg false flag & the recently exposed Israeli election hacking team. More from RedPill78.
China Joe Biden finally speaks to explain his decision to shoot down the Chinese balloon and other objects. President Biden says the 3 objects mostly recently shot down may have been commercial or scientific balloons, and we check in with Little Timmy.
China threatens countermeasures and tensions escalate after the shooting down of their spy balloon. Karine Jean-Pierre explains the White House response and the launching of sanctions against China. Did the Chinese balloon stray off course?
Angry Ohioans attend a town hall demanding answers to questions stemming from the Norfolk Southern Chemical disaster. Rep. Bill Johnson explains the company did not send any representatives as residents debate test results with government officials.
Biden EPA official Michael Regan explains that Norfolk Southern will face the consequences for the spill, including costs of the clean-up. We review the Notice of Liability sent from the EPA to Norfolk Southern.
Congress wonders where’s Pete Buttigieg? Newly elected Senator J.D. Vance releases a video of a creek in Ohio, showing chemicals bubbling up from the floor. Senators Josh Hawley and Ted Cruz join Ilhan Omar in demanding action from Pete Buttigieg, who responds by blaming Congress.
The White House stands by Pete Buttigieg and the Department of Transportation’s response to the Ohio Train Derailment. KJP explains multiple agencies are facilitating the response and that she has total confidence in Pete.
As the finger-pointing starts in the aftermath of the Ohio Train Derailment, Republicans want to know more from the Biden EPA. The Oversight Committee sends a letter to the Biden EPA demanding answers about a stalled proposal for improved containers. More from Robert Gouveia on Watching The Watchers.
Pictured are members and sponsors of the Northern Illinois Bottlecap Balloon Brigade. These young balloon enthusiasts had launched one of the balloons shot down by Joe Biden’s hardened military. The balloon was knocked out with a Sidewinder missile costing roughly $400,000.