Michael Brown, George W. Bush's FEMA director during Hurricane Katrina, criticized President Barack Obama for responding "too quickly" to Hurricane Sandy.
Yes, you read that correctly.
Brown's remarks also included a dig at the Obama Administration's response to the attack in Libya last month, and Brown alleges that the Obama Administration's quick response to Hurricane Sandy was politically motivated.
Here's what Brown said:
One thing he’s gonna be asked is, why did he jump on [the hurricane] so quickly and go back to D.C. so quickly when in…Benghazi, he went to Las Vegas?” Brown says. “Why was this so quick?… At some point, somebody’s going to ask that question…. This is like the inverse of Benghazi.This is the same Michael Brown who badly botched the Federal Government's response to Hurricane Katrina, which killed at least 1,833 people, in 2005. "Brownie", as then-President George W. Bush infamously dubbed Brown, received a considerable amount of criticism over his handling of the government's response to Katrina, and resigned less than two weeks after Katrina made landfall.
Brownie is doing a heck of a job when it comes to making a fool of himself.