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Louisiana Homeless, Catastrophic Flood Victims’ Gifts from Obama, Hillary, Trump Will Amaze You

Saturday, August 20, 2016 13:40
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By Deborah Dupré

In Louisiana’s ongoing flood catastrophe, President Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have spent their resources addressing the tragedy quite differently. Each of these New World Order elitists have given to the survivors unforgettable offerings that are amazing Americans, but apparently not enough, according to families in urgent need of being adopted.

Emotional ‘Louisiana Flood Adopt a Family’ Soars


Louisiana’s leading capital city Baton Rouge newspaper, The Advocate, called on President Barack Obama in an editorial to cut short his summer vacation and visit the area. The call was made in the op ed, Our Views: Vacation or not, a hurting Louisiana needs you now, President Obama.

“Last week, as torrential rains brought death, destruction and misery to Louisiana, the president continued his vacation at Martha’s Vineyard, a playground for the posh and well-connected.”

(Feature Photo: Depicts both main parties being one of the same cabal.)

The Advocate’s editor Peter Kovacs wrote that, “if the president can interrupt his vacation for a swanky fundraiser for fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton, as he did on Monday, then surely he can make time to show up for a catastrophe that’s displaced thousands.”

Kovacs added, “The president’s vacation is scheduled to wrap up on Sunday. But he should pack his bags now, and pay a call on communities who need to know that in a national catastrophe, they are not alone.”

Louisiana state governor John Bel Edwards, however, asked the president to stay away a couple of weeks. That’s when officials say all flooded homes and possible victims in them will finally will have been checked. It’s also when floating caskets retrieved; some account of homeless people living under flooded bridges who perished are accounted – maybe, and flooded area accounted, and possible displaced alligators brought into neighborhoods taken.

Edwards’ stated reasons for asking the president not to interrupt Louisiana’s chaotic catastrophe and instead, keep away, was to not divert much-needed emergency resources to road closures and security detail.

“Quite frankly, that is something I don’t want to go through right now,” Edwards said. “While the president is welcome to visit, I’d rather he give us another week or two. And then he can visit.”

Kovacs thought differently. He told Fox News, “The magnitude of the devastation is something you really have to come here to see.” He’d written that the president should “pack his bags now.”

Adding insult to injuries, literally, Obama infuriated Louisiana residents, telling state and local officials in writing that he’s “watching” (spying) to ensure they don’t engage in racial discrimination. In a 16-page guidance issued Tuesday, the Obama administration, led by the Justice Department, warned Louisiana recipients of federal disaster assistance against “unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin (including limited English proficiency).”

“Everywhere you look you can find black folks and white folks loving on each other, helping each other through this crisis,” American Conservative’s Rod Dreher said in a Thursday post. He referred to the “guidance” as a “long bureaucratic memo” issued by the “Department of Justice and many other agencies of the executive branch overseen by He Who Cannot Be Troubled to Leave Martha’s Vineyard.”

If he were to watch the news and see how the people, black and white came together to help, sweat and work together to get through this disaster. How dare he come and try to divide after we unite. What a sad president!

Obama is scheduled to visit Louisiana on Tuesday, the White House said Friday. Survivors’ welcome wagon for the president might not be too heart-warming when he does arrive. The federal government “in many ways” had told residents in impacted areas that they didn’t need to buy flood insurance and is now telling them they will not be helped because they do not have flood insurance. Of course, that’s is no surprise to fossil fuel- battered South Louisiana residents.

George W. Bush’s regime played a similar dirty trick on them in Hurricane Katrina’s aftermath. Their surviving the ordeal of getting assistance was a Katrina secondary battle. Their applications for assistance were repeatedly misplaced, so they had to file, re-file and file again. Most awaited many months, only to finally learn they’d never get help. Bush era federal aid went to some survivors with minor damage and injuries, while some with major Katrina damage never received anything.

There was no rhyme nor reason to who got financial help,” Louisiana resident Vickie Beveridge told Dupré. It was like they put all our names in a hat and blindly drew them.”

“The I-can’t-believe-he-is-on-vacation-while-terrible-news-event-happens narrative is neither new nor unique to Obama,” the Washington Post reported. “George W. Bush was regularly pilloried by his political opponents for extended vacations at his ranch in Crawford, Tex. (Bush once took a five-week break during the summer of 2005,”


Hillary is too busy cackling over bigger fish to fry — keeping her Stay Out of Jail Free card close to her bosom — to send any of her hard-earned illegal Clinton Foundation money to homeless flood victims. Her recent success in sabotaging the democratic nomination for president, that is, her alleged part in election fraud and her alleged links to recent deaths of people exposing her criminality are said to be weighing her down. She appears to have a targeted killing thing about whistleblowers.

1. After Seth Conrad Rich, a 27 year-old Democratic staffer went public against Hillary and the Democratic National Committee, he was gunned down at 4:00 am in Northwest DC. News reports suggest Rich’s murder was perplexing: no elements of the incident appeared to be a robbery gone awry. According to Seth’s father, Joel Rich, Seth was speaking to his girlfriend on the phone when the shooting began, and Rich had indicated to his girlfriend that he was nearly home and not headed to an FBI meeting implausibly scheduled in the middle of the night on a Saturday. He was shot in the back, with nothing on his person stolen.

2. Shawn Lucas, a 38-year-old man released a viral video of himself serving the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and former DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz with a class action lawsuit alleging fraud for favoring Hillary Clinton in the presidential primaries. Lucas died suddenly a month later. WikiLeaks then took Homeland Security’s “See something, Say something, Become a Targeted Individual” to a new level. Julius Assange offered a $20,000 reward for information about Rich’s killer.)

The list precedes those recent deaths, but now, Hillary’s hit-men targeting Julian Assange are taking center stage. Her chief strategist Bob Beckel called for assassinating Assange more than once on Fox News. Fox’s talking heads cheered him on, and on and on, repeating how dangerous Assange is for trying to inform Americans and this make wise decisions: an insane notion according to the right.

Assange has spoken against Hillary, despite everyone knowing doing so is blasphemy punishable by targeted killing. That, the recent suspicious Clinton-linked deaths, along with aggravating stories about Clinton-linked “suicides”, however, have Hillary feeling a tad stressed and under the weather these days, according to some reports.

Hillary’s aid to Louisiana victims? Nada.


Unlike Obama’s belief that the sole reason to go to Louisiana is for the theatrical theater, performances he not only rejects but also detests,” according to the Washington Post. Trump’s entire campaign is based on powerful theatrical performances. Trump, therefore, would be amiss not to attempt to give an award-winning performance in Louisiana. His intellect, however, foiled on stage.

In typical Trump-style, he announced to the world about his Louisiana visit plan – before conferring with much less asking Louisiana’s governor. Governor Edward telling Trump to f*ck off after his announcement to “exploit flood victims” did not stop Donald. Gov. Edwards (D) had specifically told Trump not to show up for a photo op amid the heartbreaking devastation.

“Donald Trump hasn’t called the governor to inform him of his visit,” Gov. Edwards said in a statement Friday morning after learning through others of the plan. “We welcome him to LA, but not for a photo-op.”

The governor’s office added that if the Republican presidential nominee was interested in helping flood victims, he should instead “consider volunteering or making a sizable donation to the LA Flood Relief Fund.”

URGENT: Read Emotional ‘Louisiana Flood Adopt a Family’ Soars

Dismissing Louisiana’s request, Trump and running-mate Indiana Gov. Mike Pence helped hand out play-doh and vowed to help “rebuild.”

Timothy Christopher published a guessing game, launched on the internet in his article on The Daily Banter, “Guess how Much Time Trump Spent ‘Helping Out’.

Christopher asserts, “If you’re going to stage a photo op that you’d like your campaign to insist is not a photo op, then you’ve got to at least give it a try.”

“Donald Trump spent several hours in Baton Rouge Friday, and even thought this was a ‘no press allowed,’ totally ‘nonpolitical’ event, pool cameras caught every second, including Trump telling supporters he was just there to ‘help out’.”

Those cameras also caught the sum total of time Trump actually spent “helping out,” posing for pictures while half-assedly unloading cartons of Play-Doh from a truck, just what hungry, thirsty, traumatized people who have lost everything they own need:

“Forty-nine seconds it took. Forty-nine seconds for Trump to tire of pretending to help unload Play-Doh from a truck. Just be glad Palin wasn’t there, she’d have tried to use the Play-Doh to fix somebody’s house. Or just eaten it.”

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  • Thank heavens Dr. Jill Stein is running for US president. Her numbers are climbing. In case you hadn’t heard, she is the Green Party candidate – with over 8% national support — more than any Green party candidate has had to date.

    • A good article Deb. Stein is a communist no different than the rest, even worse than Johnson. If sincere ??? only Evan McMullen is worth a vote. I am watching with eyes wide open.

  • Wow, a new tragicomedy team: Indifferent, Sinister, and Ridiculous. Could be a TV sitcom if it weren’t so damning.

  • Well at least the Donald showed up and as the Brits say, “Showed willing.” If you’ve ever been in a disaster situation you know that there are usually a long line of people ready to help. They tend to elbow outsiders out of the way. Church folks are the worst offenders. They tend to monopolize the sorting and giving so that desperate hoarders don’t suck up all the resources. Given that Hillary has a multi-billion dollar fraud corporation, Obama has a government full of goodies and Trump has no small number of shekels, you’d think they’d find a way to mitigate some effects of the disaster. Surprisingly, only one gave ANYTHING of substance. Only one took any of their TIME. Only one even made an attempt to contribute to the victims. Unsurprisingly, the lame stream media has said nothing positive and the predominant chorus in alternative media is that this is only a photo op. Fair enough, but all of the players should been doing something supportive so that pictures could be taken. Are Americans so hardened and callous that not only do people give nothing out of their abundance (or need), but castigate those who do? We have become as sick and twisted as the media and politicians who have crippled a nation with their avarice and greed. Try something different for a change. Random acts of kindness anyone?

    • Interesting response.

      Perhaps what we need to consider by asking ourselves is how it would be if Trump were president and a state was in extreme catastrophic emergency asked him to show common courtesy by asking before visiting, not just appear for photo ops, and instead volunteer to help – but Trump defied all that and did everything to the contrary – direct opposite of what the people’s elected official asked of him?

      Had he really wanted to donate, he could have done that without disturbing the state’s management.
      He could have adopted 100 or 1000 families through the new initiative – and given to people exactly what they need.
      He could have agreed to wait as asked.
      He could have put consideration/compassion before his theatrical photo ops on hold as asked.

      He did none of the above, again showing the world his true nature.

  • Wow another regurgitating TRUMP hater with a photo-shopped pic! You’re a complete idiot dew-pree! A lefty commie to be exact.




  • Butthurt Bernie Supporter Dummy Dupre. When Trump Wins By a Landslide in Nohillaryvember will you just go away? You are like a little Chihuahua snapping at America’s heels and you will be pushed aside by our feet because you are so annoying with your barking and nipping at our heels. Jill Stein is a nobody going nowhere. If she wanted to get in the race she should have done it sooner. She is just a nobody that wants her 15 minutes of fame. Its obvious that you support Losers and you will never have the integrity to support a Winner like Trump and Win Big is what he is going to do and you will be sad and cry.
    I bet you are a Regan hater as well, The President who launched the largest economic growth this nation and the world ever saw. When that happened did you quit your good paying job in protest of Reagan’s Presidency? Nope, I bet you took advantage of that remarkable economy just like the rest of us did. Your articles are sad and pathetic to say the least. Hitpieces and Deranged Babble and BTW, Jill’s support isnt at 8%, Its 8 people that support Her. Get your non facts straight. Trump could have done this, Should have done that, Well you arent Trump and thank God to that!
    Oh, And Deborah in America Trump doesnt have to ask permission from The Democrats or You to travel freely anywhere that He wants too. He could pull a drowning baby out of a river and saved it and you would have nothing good at all to say about it. Reality is going to shake your teeth out in Nohillaryvember. :shock: :lol:

  • At least Trump was there, and knowing him, delivering much more then shown on that picture taken..

  • Trump as an American citizen showed up in Louisiana with a 18 wheeler full of goods to distribute to flood victims. He even remembered the children and took them play dough.

    Many of those children lost all their toys and had nothing to play with to distract them from the horrors of living in shelters and the like.

    How many of us have loaded our vehicles and took the people flooded out of house and home in Louisiana anything?

    Giving money to corporate organizations to distribute to the victims of natural disasters is not always the best thing because in many cases very little of the money is ever spent on those in need. It is spent operating the organization. Sometimes as little as 2 cents out of a dollar is all that ever reaches the needy for which the money was suppose to help.

    Contacting local churches in flooded Louisiana areas and sending financial contributions there would likely be a good way to see that much of the money sent to help the flood victims actually got to the flood victims in need.

    Seems the federal government can send billions of dollars worth of goods around the world to aid suffering people, but they want to act like Jackasses when it comes to aiding the flood victims in Louisiana.

    Perhaps it is time for states to start creating programs in their own states to help their selves. They could have the state citizens federal income withholding tax paid directly to the state and let the Governors and State Representatives decide how much aid to send to Washington D.C. for their operations.

  • Hey Deb! Read This.
    Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) said Sunday that Donald Trump has helped draw attention to recovery efforts after the recent devastating floods in his state.
    In an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union,” the governor downplayed critical remarks he made before the Republican presidential nominee visited his state.
    “I didn’t dismiss his trip as a photo-op. Before he came down, I said we welcome him here, we want him to be helpful,” Edwards said. “And we hope that it doesn’t turn into a mere photo-op.”
    Edwards said Trump’s visit to the state was positive for Louisiana.
    “Because it helped to shine a spotlight on Louisiana and on the dire situation that we have here, that it was helpful,” he said.
    “I also appreciated the good phone call, the conversation that I had with Gov. [Mike] Pence [R-Ind.], who was sincere and genuine when he called, and we spoke for a long time on Friday morning about their desire to be helpful,” he said about Trump’s running mate.
    Edwards had previously said the state welcomed the GOP nominee, as long as he didn’t use the visit for his own political gain.
    “We welcome him to Louisiana, but not for a photo-op. Instead we hope he’ll consider volunteering or making a sizable donation to the LA Flood Relief Fund to help the victims of the storm,” the governor said ahead of Trump’s visit.
    Former Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) on Friday thanked Trump for visiting Louisiana following the floods.
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    • Had not seen this yet, now regret my comment above. Being a Never Trump for so long….what got my attention is if Trump’s claim that he can undo the Johnson 501c3 on pastors. Would it change anything since the churches are infiltrated…does Trump realize it??? Seemingly, he is trying to give a better portrayal of himself from what the MSM is doing. No different about his now media attacks than the outrageous lies said about Ted Cruz. It came back and bit him.

    • “We welcome him to Louisiana, but not for a photo-op. Instead we hope he’ll consider volunteering or making a sizable donation to the LA Flood Relief Fund to help the victims of the storm,” the governor said ahead of Trump’s visit.
      Oops. That didn’t happen. The 49 second photo ops, however, surely did.

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