The Obama Administration Gives Louisiana Flood Victims An Anti-Discrimination Lecture

You can’t make this up. The Washington Times

In a 16-page guidance issued Tuesday, the Obama administration, led by the Justice Department, warned Louisiana recipients of federal disaster assistance against engaging in “unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin (including limited English proficiency).”

The guidance’s frameworks “highlight the importance of complying with nondiscrimination requirements of civil rights statutes, addressing the needs of the whole community, and ensuring equal opportunity to access recovery efforts.”

Needless to say, some Louisiana residents were offended, including the American Conservative’s Rod Dreher, who took umbrage at receiving an anti-discrimination lecture from Washington, D.C., as locals struggle to rescue, house and feed their neighbors.

“[E]verywhere you look you can find black folks and white folks loving on each other, helping each other through this crisis,” Mr. Dreher said in a Thursday post.

This tragedy’s big story is about a community and state coming together. We don’t need a Justice Department memo to tell us to love one another. As Rob Dreher said, we’re already doing it on our own.

This is just another reason we’re better off just keeping the Feds out of this.

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