Thursday, November 8, 2012

FEMA Abandons Storm Victims in Staten Island

FEMA is supposed to rush to people in need after emergencies. But it seems that FEMA can't even handle a little snowstorm.
Yesterday’s nor’easter proved too much for the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s aid location in Tottenville, SI — which hung a sign reading “Closed due to weather” as the wintery storm blew into town. Ten FEMA centers in the area reportedly suspended operations because of the storm, although the location with the sign at the Mount Loretto Community Center did open at noon. - NY Post
It's not like victims can stop being victims because there is a storm coming.

This latest disgrace for this Government Organization is right on the heels of running out of water in the initial response to Hurricane Sandy.

Leave it to the Obama Administration to make President Bush's response to Hurricane Katrina look good. It took a couple of years but it appear that 'Brownie' has been vindicated. Not that the mainstream media will tell you that.

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