‘CAJUN NAVY’ Saves Thousands Of People During Louisiana Floods, Gets SICK News From Government

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Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

There are many heroes who helped rescue thousands of people who were stranded in the Louisiana flood waters dubbed the ‘Great Flood of 2016.’ One of the good Samaritans is NOT happy with how the government wants to thank him and his fellow heroes. You see, Uncle Sam wants to make money off of these people by imposing new laws and regulations. It’s seriously ridiculous. 

Meg Farris at WWL reports that some of these citizen heroes, a loosely-organized group called the ‘Cajun Navy,’ gained national attention for their rescue efforts last week, but that attention is nowhere near the pushback lawmakers are discussing when it comes to a lawmakers proposal to require permits for citizen rescue groups.

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For the Cajun Navy, it didn’t matter if it was during day or night. People with boats took it upon themselves to save strangers, even when their own property was flooding.

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Cajun Navy member Dustin Clouatre of St. Amant said he hopped into his pleasure skiff and with others, cleared out entire neighborhoods under water.

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“For the most part, these people are not going to wait for assistance,” Clouatre said. “They’re doers.”

Republican State Senator Jonathan “J.P.” Perry of the Vermilion-Lafayette area said he is working on legislation that could require training, certificates and a permit fee to allow these Good Samaritans to get past law enforcement into devastated areas.

In a radio interview on News Talk 96.5 KPEL in Lafayette, Sen. Perry said it comes down to two main points for law enforcement officials.

“At the end of the day, there are going to be two things that are going to be the hurdle when you approach it from the state’s standpoint,” Sen. Perry said. “Liability is going to be number one for them. They don’t want the liability of someone going out to rescue someone and then not being able to find them, and secondly, there’s a cost.”

Clouatre and members of the ‘Cajun Navy’ said they do not understand the regulations.

“How can you regulate people helping people? That doesn’t make sense to me,” Clouatre said.

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(h/t Young Cons)

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