President Obama’s List of Priorities Did Not Include the State of Emergency in Louisiana

Response by OpsLens to Department of Homeland Security Director Jeh Johnson’s recent comments. 

I agree Director Jeh Johnson, the President cannot be everywhere.  However, he can and did manage to find time in his busy schedule of golfing on Martha’s Vineyard to attend a democrat fundraiser in Massachusetts for Hillary.  Finding time to weigh in on the rioting and looting in Milwaukee?  Finding time to visit devastated Louisiana with all the flooding?  Nope – after all, he “can’t be everywhere”.

I have to conclude that with Obama, it is all a matter of priorities.  And seeing Hillary elected in order to continue his tearing apart of America is simply more important than using the bully pulpit to shame the Black Lives Matter rioters, or to provide aid and comfort to the suffering people in Louisiana.


And once again, the media plays right along, giving the President a “pass” about this issue and not giving it any real coverage.  I figure the media and Obama have completely forgotten how former President Bush was excoriated by the press for his “lack of compassion” following Hurricane Katrina in 2005, with Obama the lead guy with the bullhorn.  Jeh Johnson says – nothing to see here media, move on please – and they do just that.

Honestly, if anyone thinks that Obama actually cares about suffering Americans, they need to open their eyes and realize he only cares if an incident or issue specifically fits his agenda.  Unfortunately, Milwaukee and Baton Rouge did not.  They are on their own.

By: Robert L. Adams

Robert L. Adams is an OpsLens contributor and a retired senior support officer within the U.S Intelligence Community.

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Jeh Johnson Tells Flooded La., ‘The President Can’t Be Everywhere’; ‘He Has a Very Busy Schedule’

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