If while on the highway you observe a convoy of trucks loaded up with supplies, do not be alarmed. If anything, be proud.
As reported by The Times Herald of Port Huron, Michigan, farmers throughout the Midwest have begun collecting needed supplies and transporting them to Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Colorado to help farmers who lost crops and livestock to enormous wildfires that broke out earlier in the month.
As it happens, one farmer unaffiliated with the aid effort was driving through Kentucky this past weekend when he passed by one of these very convoys.
His reaction to what he saw was strongly positive, to put it lightly:
And doing so without the assistance of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals or the Humane Society, the man added.
“Just people helping people, Farmers helping farmers,” he continued. “Americans helping Americans that have had their family farms and their livelihoods decimated by the wild fires across Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Colorado … God bless you all.”
What he did not realize when he wrote that post was that by “all,” he meant a lot of people, including Missouri Republican state Rep. Tom Hurst, who had pooled resources with donors and businesses to deliver a convoy of cash, fencing supplies and livestock feed to a number of farms in Kansas, according to The Missouri Times.
“When you see the destruction that has occurred in Kansas, with some folks losing everything they have, your heart goes out to them and you want to do anything you can to help,” Hurst said.
Below are pictures from that convoy:
The lesson here is clear: When push comes to shove, the American people will always have each others’ backs. And this is something that should make every patriot proud.
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