FEMA Officials Staying at Taxpayer-Funded $1000-per-Night Luxury Hotels in Maui

Officials with Democrat President Joe Biden’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) are staying in taxpayer-funded luxury hotels in Hawaii amid recovery efforts following the devastating Maui wildfires, according to reports.

FEMA officials are staying at lavish $ 1,000-per-night hotels on the “other side” of Maui, the Daily Mail is reporting.

FEMA has been deployed to Hawaii to assist with recovery efforts following the deadly fires.

But according to the report, they are staying in lavish Maui resorts that start at $1,000 per night, all courtesy of American taxpayers.

Meanwhile, the Biden admin has offered survivors $700 each, including those who have lost everything in the fires.

The devastating wildfires have taken the lives of at least 114 people, left thousands of individuals without homes, and caused roughly $5 billion in damages.

An estimated 850 are still unaccounted for.

FEMA’s slow response to the disaster has also received widespread criticism.

But the agency’s tone-deaf choice of lodging has now sparked additional outrage.

The Daily Mail reports that approximately 1,000 FEMA workers are staying at four resorts in Wailea on the taxpayers’ dime.

Three of the hotels, including the Fairmont Kea Lani, Four Seasons, and the Grand Wailea Astoria, boast five-star ratings



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