Exclusive Interview with Oath Keeper Paul Richie of The Cajun Navy
There are heroes among us. They look just like you and I. But, when disaster strikes, something in them tells them to act, often without thinking of their own regard and safety, because it is simply the right thing to do. A perfect example of this selfless bravery has been those citizen, first responders who answer the call of need in Louisiana after the worst floods we have seen in recent history. In areas where literally 100% of businesses and homes were affected, citizens did not wait for FEMA or the federal government to come help as they have in past cases like Hurricane Katrina. They are being called the Cajun Navy and Oath Keeper, Paul Richie, is one of those heroes who went out in the middle of the flooding to save lives. In this exclusive interview we talk about just how bad the floods were, what it was like to be apart of the rescue efforts, and reaction to the government trying to make such good Samaritans pay and apply for licenses to save lives. I guess that the powers that be don’t like having the citizens do a better job of saving lives than they do.
Please enjoy this audio interview, at the end we discuss just how people can help with the continuing rebuilding efforts.
Jason Van Tatenhove