Update on the Louisiana Flood--Muckers needed, Obama coming, Strain holding meetings
PRESIDENT OBAMA COMKNG TO BATON ROUGE
The GOP has just sent this email as a press release:
On the heels of a successful speech, Republican Nominee Donald J. Trump and his running mate, Governor Mike Pence, flew into Baton Rouge, Louisiana morning to visit the surrounding communities of Denham Springs and the city of Central.
Historic flooding has devastated the Bayou State during the multi-day storms that hovered over the region. The initial estimates in the cost of damages the storms and floods affecting South Louisiana are in at over $20 billion. Over 30,000 people have were rescued and 12 people have died. Most have been displaced from their homes.
The Great Flood of 2016 has devastated 40,000 homes across the state of Louisiana. Sadly, 13 people have lost their lives in this historic storm, which produced up to 31 inches of rainfall in some areas over the course of four days. This is more rainfall that Los Angeles experiences . It was a storm that was so intense that it only happens once every one thousand years.
Amid the growing outrage of many in Louisiana that President Barack Obama has not made a formal statement to sooth their pain from the horrible flood that has destroyed tens of thousands of homes, the White House has released this report of the President's actions and those of the White House:
The Louisiana Flood crisis could be more serious than our trying to rebuild our homes, businesses and maintaining our collective sanities.
The United States debt is approaching 20 billion. Louisiana treasury is bone dry. Taxes is not an option.
President Barack Obama has expanded the existing federal declaration for the state of Louisiana to include eight additional parishes. These eight additional parishes were included in Gov. Edwards' initial request for a federal disaster declaration but required additional data.
What a speech Donald Trump gave last night!
And to those still undecided, Donald’s speech resonated inclusion. Sum it up like this:
Don’t get dumped– vote Trump!
by Ron Chapman
This past week marks one of the saddest periods on record. There were two shootings by police officers that resulted in the deaths of two African/American men. Then there was the terrorist attack against the Dallas Police Department by a deranged ex-military young Black man that resulted in the death of five police officers and the wounding of nine others.
“You never let a serious crisis go to waste.”
Rahm Emanuel, former Obama Administration Chief of Staff
It did not take long for President Obama to use the tragic police ambush in Dallas, TX to push his gun control agenda. In fact, in his first statement on the shocking murder of 5 police officers, Obama introduced the issue. After condemning the “senseless murders” of the police officers, the President said, “We also know when people are armed with powerful weapons; unfortunately, it makes attacks like these more deadly and more tragic. And in the days ahead we’re going to have to consider those realities as well.”
President Barak Obama took the stage in Charlotte, North Carolina on July 5, 2016, just hours after FBI Director James Comey described Hillary Clinton’s handling of U.S. State Department documents as “extremely careless.” Obama said Hillary was a “great” U.S. Secretary of State. But Obama says this with a strange caveat: “People believed that Hillary was a great U.S. Secretary of State “before the whole political machinery got moving.”