WorldNetDaily columnist Mychal Massie rants in a July 22 TwitLonger post:
Permit me to point out what others are afraid to say. There's an entire town of people in Joplin, MO. who are suffering in the extreme weather temperatures. They don't have trailers; there's no news casts, there are no music groups holding "save Joplin" concerts. We don't see the naacp or the congressional black caucus calling obama a racist for ignoring them. Kanye west isn't saying obama hates white people as he claimed bush hated blacks. A couple things - one we need to not only remember these brave people in prayer, we need to do what we can for them as they are surviving the heat in tents, the other remember that obama has ignored them as he lies about the budget/debt ceiling. Finally, plz add the people across the nation who are w/out housing and comforts from the storms not long ago, who obama has spit on, to the list of things to make him and congress pay for November 2012.
Massie is lying. While some people in Joplin are living in tents, it's not because trailers aren't available and Obama has "ignored them." Another article on a tent city in Joplin notes that "many flocked to shelters and placed in FEMA trailers."
Indeed, FEMA began sending trailers to Joplin a couple weeks after the massive tornado that hit the city, and more continue to arrive. FEMA is also near completion on two sites in Joplin where 350 trailers will be set up.
If others are "afraid to say" what Massie's saying, it's because they did their research and know what Massie's saying is wrong.