The U.S. Police Department sends equipment and supplies to Ukraine nationwide

(Indianapolis, In.) – Police departments are providing equipment and supplies that could be used on the battlefields in Ukraine to stem America’s growing criminal activity, in another instance when public officials give Americans time to consider them.

Vice News reports that police agencies in the states of Vermont, Pennsylvania, New York and Colorado are providing equipment to Ukrainians to intervene and intervene in a foreign conflict thousands of miles away to increase crime at home.

“It’s out of sympathy,” Patricia Billinger, a spokeswoman for the Colorado Department of Public Safety, told local news outlets. “Especially to imagine men of Ukraine’s service age who are just regular citizens and who have an obligation to stay and fight.”

The Colorado Department of Public Safety is providing Ukrainians with 750 ballistic helmets and 80 sets of body armor. The Falls Township Police Department in Pennsylvania is sending 52 vests, including 15 high-grade clothing fitted for military use, as well as combat uniform, boots and medical supplies. Yonkers, New York City, is also sending riot-control helmets and ballistic vests.

“We’ve taken 45 vests from behind the Township Falls Police Evidence Preserve,” said Nelson E., head of the Yankees division. Whitney told the second vice “I looked through my basement, and I found a couple who had been with me for years, and the other officers did the same.”

Big League Politics reports on how the United States is waging a conflict wage campaign in Ukraine as it approaches dangerous entry:

Did Sleepy Joe lose his marble?

Joe Biden spoke Friday with US troops in Poland about the current situation in Ukraine, which has been under Russian attack for more than three weeks.

The White House occupant, who has so far insisted that the United States will not fight Russia, sowed seeds of doubt about his claim after Poland’s 82nd Airborne hinted that it would soon see Ukraine.

“See how they’re going,” Biden said. “You’re going to see, while you’re there, and some of you are going to be there, you’re going to see the woman, the young man, standing in the middle, in front of the ugly tank, just saying, ‘I’m not leaving. I am holding my ground. ‘ They are incredible. “

“The Ukrainian people have a lot of backbone, a lot of courage. I’m sure you’re watching it, “Biden told the U.S. military. “And I’m not just referring to the military that we’ve been training since Russia moved to southeastern Ukraine, but also the average civilian, to see how they move forward.”

“Things are moving so fast, change is happening so fast, democracy needs consensus. And we can’t build consensus as soon as dictators can. So what is at stake is not just what we are doing here in Ukraine to help the people of Ukraine and try to continue the genocide, “Biden continued.” But beyond that, what is at stake is what your children and grandchildren are doing. . What do they look like in terms of freedom?

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