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While one state official witnessing the impact the theme is -- effect of this first hand.
New Jersey state senator jealous Carell us joining me now say your last name from -- -- -- right -- -- I really you're right.
Your -- not right.
-- is not right house -- federal government impacting your.
Indeed done that -- the flood insurance program has been a disgrace as the governor pointed out a few days ago I -- -- the -- -- sure.
The northern part of the shore -- the notion candies and others around the state.
Really hard hit.
Tens of thousands of people still out of their -- tells this is -- people are in the hotel we got to -- sometimes on weekends because the weddings are or are bottom than the the managed fixed and then so it's so this has been a really Chris Christie.
Here's my lenders and about her at all so on the one hand he's holding hands with the president -- merrily running through new genetic -- like the government time helping me.
I I would think that's -- But since we we've we've got -- partner with our congressional delegation and and members of congress everywhere and the president to help people get back on their feet.
They've lost their -- of their lives just to lead to a great degree.
-- -- for this moment in time in their lives their memories.
Living on second floor is if they're in their homes at all.
Our -- three but and it -- up six.
Allison home this people in New Jersey right -- damaged.
-- ruin the people in our areas and around the state as a whole have been really really patient.
People where does not -- and are now in -- in Louisiana.
They weren't quite as -- but no.
If are there they're there that it's coming to the surface in the governor signal that I met with some -- guys this week and I said.
You have to do better life in the private sector the private insurance companies do you -- 80% of the claims.
And the government program deal with twenty odd percent they take.
Twelve hours -- place.
I'm just gonna take your theory here I -- take your theory here.
And expand upon it lets me why should -- be privatized why -- shouldn't then well National Flood Insurance Program not turned over to private insurer.
I don't know the private certain get their hands around.
This big flood program but -- claims process the admitted -- got it can't didn't administration.
Should be privatize and it is to some degree -- but the rules the regulations that are imposed are so ridiculous.
That -- paralyzed.
The adjusters gonna take twelve hours per situation.
That people have to have serial numbers on on their personal items that are washed out.
To see her photographs or whatever it's just too difficult we got a deal wouldn't waste and fraud and abuse.
For sure -- all the taxpayers including the New Jersey taxpayers -- -- serial.
-- that's happened serial -- he's got he's reading that there's there's fraud and abuse and FEMA.
And I I think that they are excessive.
To be extreme and the proof is in the putting it but -- -- Not working and it the regulations are too tough to step in to owners and it's another thing to say its waste and fraud and abuse which of those -- -- -- say.
Well that do we don't want waste and fraud and abuse from from from people trying to -- the system but people that are paying their their premiums right and have been devastated.
And and are promised this money from the president United States on down.
Let's get to it let him get let them get back into their homes and rebuild their lives and -- and -- joke.
Thank you so much for coming on tonight their own notes that I have to appreciate it it to be -- and I share your frustration in this situation -- really there.
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