The American cultural dictate to “DO SOMETHING” when a crisis occurs is on full display among many known faces. The latest is Richard Childress, a legendary figure in the NASCAR world, who responded directly to a report that the President of Ukraine needs ammunition.
“I called my good friend Fred Wagenhals, who is the Chairman of AMMO, Inc., which is a publicly-traded company, POWW, and I said, ‘Fred, we gotta help these people. They need ammunition.’ And he stepped right up, he said, ‘We’ll do it,’ and now we’re turning our production to this as our number one priority.”
Childress is donated a million rounds to the cause.
Funny that Creepy, Sleepy Uncle Joe Biden didn’t come up to snuff on this, but a celebrity in the auto racing world did. After all, the Biden Syndicate is reported to have profited greatly from its presence in Ukraine. One would think that the occupant of the Oval Office would want to help the people of Ukraine in their plight.
Childress had something in mind, though, when he decided to help out.
“This is a wake-up call for America, and why we have to have our Second Amendment. We have 82 thousand, 82 million gun owners in America, and to see the people in Ukraine fighting — it’s terrible to see the lives that are being lost over there,” he explained when asked why the cause meant so much to him. “We have to do all we can, and I felt with Ammo Inc. and myself, we were doing the right thing.”