Puerto Rico Mayor Becomes Unhinged, Accuses Trump Of Forcing “A Slow Death”

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RWC News Puerto Rico Mayor Becomes Unhinged, Accuses Trump Of Forcing “A Slow Death”

This mayor is blaming for the damage that the hurricane brought.

Whenever a natural disaster strikes, even when states and sections of the United States have had years to plan before the sitting president even took to the campaign trail, the clean-up is always blamed on the current leader. We KNOW that the federal government is wasteful and inept, so why do we trust them every time? For instance, why wasn’t Louisiana using the money given to them to build up the dams long before disaster struck them with Katrina?

President is asking many of these same questions, most likely to a greater degree than ever now that the Mayor of San Juan, Carmen Yulín Cruz, has said that the U.S. leader was leading Peurto Rico to a “slow death.” She also came unhinged and accused the White House of “genocide” as her disgusting rant seemed to know no bounds.

Mr. President, you seem to want to disregard the moral imperative that your administration has been unable to fulfill,” the Mayor said. “While you are amusing yourself throwing paper towels at us, your compatriots and the world are sending love and help our way.

What does that even mean? The “paper towels” (he was being figurative) and other needed things are going to do a lot more tangible good than “love” is. The help is there! Mr. Trump has sent 10,000 workers. What more can he do? The storm season caused more damage than can be remedied as fast as we all would like, no matter who is in office.


Condemn us to a slow death of non-drinkable water, lack of food, lack of medicine while you keep others eager to help from reaching us,” Cruz also asserted. In reality, the water situation was caused by the hurricanes wiping out the infrastructure which takes time to rebuild, sadly.


Secondly, are we to believe that the U.S. mainland under did not send copious amounts of water to Peurto Rico? That is not the case and it hurts the mind to even think it. Rather, after such devastation, EVERYTHING that can be done IS being done and NO ONE in office could do more. There is no magic wand.

These morbid facts were somehow the fault of the president and Cruz made it clear by saying, “I ask the United Nations, UNICEF, and the world to stand with the people of Puerto Rico and stop the genocide that will result from a lack of appropriate action from the president. Mr. President, fulfill your moral imperative towards the people of Puerto Rico.


At no point in that diatribe did she say what it is that Mr. Trump (or anyone else) is supposed to do that isn’t being done. FEMA says that “roughly 84 percent of Puerto Ricans remain without electricity and only 64 percent have drinkable water,” but isn’t that all being rebuilt?

That is what must be done and it is being done as quickly as hammers can swing. There is no reason that Peurto Rico was not better prepared to start with considering their location. Studies have shown that they were not up to current standards of preparedness and they knew it but did nothing.

That, too, is somehow the fault of Donald Trump.

Source: The Daily Caller

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Emma Laftchu
I began reporting for RWC News on October 12th of 2016. Prior to that I was a reporter for WOKR Radio.

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