Obama’s DOJ warned Louisiana first responders to not be racist
As Obama skipped the Louisiana floods, he had a rather insidious message to first responders.
Retired Air Force Col. Rob Maness, a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in Louisiana, called on President Obama to apologize to residents of Louisiana for a 16-page “guidance” sent out last week by his Department of Justice that cautioned Louisianans not to be racist in hiring people to help them clean up after the recent floods that killed 13 and forced more than 30,000 to abandon their homes.
“We’re insulted by the President of the United States and his Department of Justice, and he ought to issue a retraction of that [guidance] to all the good people of Louisiana,” Maness told Breitbart political editor Matt Boyle on Sirius XM Patriot Channel’s Breitbart News Sunday.
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