A Louisiana resident who is working to aid the thousands of people who have lost their homes and been displaced in the state's historic flooding lashed out at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Facebook Saturday.
"Alright, y'all," wrote Baton Rouge resident Neva Butkus, "I need to clear some things up."
Butkus -- a Chicago native who has worked with the City Year teaching program -- said that she "has spent this entire week running donation centers, organizing volunteer efforts, and will be doing demo work on houses all this weekend."
She wrote, "Our Governor has explicitly asked Obama to NOT VISIT at this moment because our first responders are STILL saving people's lives. YES, It has been a week and there is still standing water. Tens of thousands of people are displaced. This is a NIGHTMARE and our governor does not want to shut down interstates that are BRINGING IN SUPPLIES just to escort our President into the city."
She went on to say that Donald Trump's visit was not welcomed by any residents she knows because it tied up precious resources that could be used in rescue and relief efforts.
"He is exploiting an opportunity to look as if he is welcomed during a tragedy," she said.
"Our Governor literally told him (as this article shows) that Trump is welcome in our state but if he's coming he better be volunteering or writing a sizable check to assist with recovery," continued Butkus. "A 60 second video of him unloading play-doh from a truck does not count."
Finally, she demanded, "Trump. Seriously. Where is the check. Like where is the fucking check. My people are drowning. My co-workers and family and friends have lost everything. My friends and co-workers that haven't lost everything are taking off work (my boyfriend is taking PTO) to clean out people's homes and rip out sheet rock and carpet. Give us money or GTFO. I don't want to see you in your suit in AUGUST carrying boxes off a truck like you care about us. Louisiana is an incredible place. Baton Rouge is my home and I have watched people drop EVERYTHING to help one another during this time. The whole country seems to be floored by the generosity and love that our residents show each other during tough times, but to us this is normal. This is Louisiana. And you do not belong here."
Watch video of Trump's visit to the flood zone, embedded below via CBS News: