For some time, the government of Puerto Rico claimed that only 64 people died after Hurricane Maria slammed into the
Last month, the government of Puerto Rico officially confirmed that Hurricane Maria killed far more people than it originally estimated.
About 35 percent of people there remain without power four months after Hurricane Maria left the island in ruins.
These Puerto Ricans are being treated like they are disposable. It’s been inhumane.
Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico almost three weeks ago, and the island is still struggling to get basic utilities back to its people.
When kicking off Hispanic Heritage Month at White House ceremony, the Crown Prince of Nitwits tried to appeal to the people he spent the week insulting and ignoring by pronouncing “Puerto Rico” in what can be described only as a caricature of a Spanish accent.
Trump’s administration is requiring impoverished Puerto Rican hurricane victims to pay full price to evacuate.
Trump’s own properties could be at risk of being slammed by the Hurricane Irma.