FEMA Denies Aid, Biden Silent As Residents Trapped In Toxic Hellhole

  • The residents of East Palestine have been told they are ineligible for FEMA help because their homes weren’t physically destroyed – even though they may be chemically contaminated.
  • While residents have been told it is safe to return to their homes, many are hesitant and unwilling to accept the assurances of state and federal officials.
  • As a result, they are staying in hotels that are currently being paid for by Norfolk Southern, the rail company whose train derailed two weeks ago.