Last Updated on February 28, 2023
The Wellness Company promises free healthcare treatment for people who have been affected by the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio that led to the pollution of the environment in a situation that is being compared to the Chernobyl disaster. The Wellness Company counts truther Dr. Peter McCullough among its top personnel and it sells healthcare products and services and supplements online.
The Wellness Company stresses that it is stepping up to help because the United States government is effectively not helping the victims. While President Donald Trump visited Ohio to offer supplies and encouragement to the victims, Joe Biden appeared cold and callous toward their plight, focusing instead on the U.S.-funded war in Ukraine against Russia.
“It is clear at this point that the government is absolutely unwilling or unable to assist the men, women, and children of East Palestine. Today, we are pledging to assist those Americans who are impacted by this disaster by offering free medical care. I founded this company to put patients before profits – and that is exactly what we are doing. I encourage the rest of the medical industrial complex to join us in our mission of putting the health and well-being of people before the bottom line,” The Wellness Company chairman Foster Coulson declared in a statement.
“I find the lack of support, from not only the government but also industry, incredibly disappointing. These are the times to come together as a community, as a country and as a society to support those in need. This is another sad reminder of just how broken our current healthcare system, and indeed our culture, is today. Instead of placing a premium on protecting people’s health, the only metric that matters now is does it help the bottom line of multi-billion-dollar corporations,” Coulson said.
“The truth is, after decades of neglect by the government, the healthcare infrastructure – much like the transportation infrastructure – in East Palestine is simply not able to handle the magnitude of the crisis they are now facing. That is why access to The Wellness Company’s world-class doctors, which can be done from any living room or kitchen table in East Palestine via our virtual care portal, is such a game-changer here,” Coulson said.
A branch of the Proud Boys recently helped out the people who are struggling in the wake of the disaster, which is stoking speculation as to whether or not the U.S. federal government even pretends to care about the citizens of the United States.
As Charles Downs of NATIONAL FILE reported: President Trump’s plane, Trump Force One, touched down in Ohio at approximately 1:30 pm Wednesday. As Trump’s motorcade made its way into East Palestine, Ohio, it was greeted by cheering residents lining the streets holding American flags, Trump flags, and “Let’s Go Brandon” signs. Trump shook hands with his supporters who were lining the road before attending a meeting with Ohio Senator, JD Vance, and East Palestine Mayor, Trent Conaway. Following the meeting, Trump, Vance and Conaway gave remarks.
In a speech to the people of East Palestine, Ohio, Trump did not hold back his criticism of Biden “I sincerely hope that when your representatives and all of the politicians get here, including Biden, they get back from touring Ukraine, that he’s got some money left over.” Trump also told the people of East Palestine in his speech, “You are not forgotten … We stand with you… Americans have been inspired by your strength and your courage.”…
Donald Trump visited East Palestine, Ohio, before Joe Biden, who spent his week in Ukraine and Poland to mark the one-year anniversary of the Ukraine- Russia War. While in Europe, Biden announced that the United States would give Ukraine another 500 million dollars of aid. East Palestine Mayor Trent Conaway called Biden’s Ukraine visit the “biggest slap in the face.”
Last week, the Biden Administration denied Ohio’s request for a disaster declaration. However, FEMA changed its mind and accepted Ohio’s disaster declaration after Donald Trump announced he would visit East Palestine.
Trump told the people of Ohio, “If they don’t come back and give you the treatment that you need, we will be back.” Following his remarks, Trump visited a local McDonald’s and was greeted by thunderous applause from locals.”