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  • Obama and Black Lives Matter AWOL in LA Floods

    The rains came with a force not seen before. The flood waters rose with unprecedented speed. Rising water is devastating communities and destroying homes on an apocalyptic scale.

    President Obama has been vacationing with the Clinton’s and has refused to cut it short to help lead in Louisiana.

    Townhall states:

    In case you missed it, Louisiana is underwater and currently experiencing the worst natural disaster since Hurricane Sandy in 2012. Before Sandy, the worst natural disaster was Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Thirteen people in Louisiana are dead, thousands are displaced and nearly 90,000 people have registered for federal disaster aid.

    From the Red Cross: The devastating flooding in Louisiana has forced thousands of people from their homes with just the few things they could take with them. The American Red Cross is there, providing food, shelter and relief supplies to those affected by the largest natural disaster to hit the United States since Superstorm Sandy. Early estimates predict the relief effort could cost at least $30 million, a number which could grow as more is learned about the scope and magnitude of the devastation.

    It’s bad down on the bayou! President Obama is content to stay at Martha’s Vineyard and play golf.

    President Obama isn’t the only one not showing up in Louisiana. Black Lives Matter is nowhere to be seen and it has more than annoyed one resident.

    Jerry L. Washington took to social media to share his views about the ineptitude of the BLM group. He delivers a message of truth that is hard to argue with.

    Jerry has it right. His own friends and neighbors and local police are there to help. They may be the only ones who will come to their aid.

    Don’t expect Black Lives Matter to show up anytime soon. A flood doesn’t fit their agenda. Sorry Louisiana.


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