Monday, August 22, 2016

Actress Kirstie Alley defied Hollywood to rip Obama over his failure as a President in dealing with the complete and utter destruction in Louisiana.

Alley KO’d the President with one tweet that started a firestorm. It’s a video of Obama criticizing former President George W. Bush’s response to Katrina. To top the video off Alley added, “Or on a golf course in Martha’s Vineyard instead of in Louisiana?”

Alley began getting a ton of negative feedback as the sycophant Obama supporters began their own assault against her.

Others defended the actress:

Kirstie herself fired back:

Some tried to bring up the excuse that Democrat Governor John Bel Edwards told Obama to stay away. However, the Governor was singing a different tune after Donald Trump arrived. Not to mention the Baton Rouge Advocate called on Obama to cut his vacation short.

“Sometimes, presidential visits can get in the way of emergency response, doing more harm than good. But we don’t see that as a factor now that flood waters are subsiding, even if at an agonizing pace. It’s past time for the president to pay a personal visit, showing his solidarity with suffering Americans,” the editorial board wrote.

Alley wasn’t buying that excuse anyways.

Alley eventually turned the attention she was getting into promoting relief efforts and asking those who were affected how others could help them.

She finished it off with thoughts for both the California fire victims and the Louisiana flood victims.

Kirstie Alley is the kind of celebrity we can look up to! She’s not afraid to take on Hollywood and Obama while also donating her own resources and time to help those affected by the devastating floods in Louisiana and fires in California. We need more like Kirstie Alley!

The Louisiana floods have damaged or destroyed at least 60,000 homes in southeastern Louisiana and have killed at least 13 people.

Share if you SUPPORT Kirstie Alley as she HELPS those affected by the Louisiana Floods!

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