"And while 2019 has been extreme, flooding in the Yazoo Backwater Area, as this part of the state is known, happens nearly every single year. Since 2000, there have only been five years when it hasn't flooded here.
Families that call this southern part of the Mississippi Delta home have put up with standing water for months. Via community meetings and social media, they have attempted to draw attention to their plight -- all to little avail."
Then move. There is no reason for ALL of America to continue to bail out a hopeless situation. Taxpayers and insurance policy holders shouldn't be paying to rebuild anything that has a high risk of being destroyed by natural disaster. That includes floods, earthquakes, hurricanes and wildfires. Though I might be willing to help subsidize their relocation.