They wanted home delivery by Trump himself.

One of the many accusations against Trump has been that the response to Puerto Rico was botched. Stuff did not reach the island and thousands died because he is President shit.

In October of 2017, a garbage dumpster was found filled with water and meals ready to eat, remember?

And yesterday, they found an amazing amount of abandoned  bottles of water in an airport.

Hundreds of thousands of water bottles meant for victims of Hurricane Maria are still sitting at a Puerto Rico airport — nearly a year after the deadly storm, according to a report.

A photo showing the bottles in boxes and covered in a blue tarp on a runway in Ceiba was shared widely on social media Tuesday evening.
“Although you don’t believe it… almost a million boxes of water that were never delivered to the villages,” posted Abdiel Santana, a photographer working for a Puerto Rican state police agency who took the pictures. “Is there anyone who can explain this?”

Massive stockpile of bottled water found in Puerto Rico a year after Maria

This was water airlifted to Puerto Rico at a considerable expense to the taxpayers. It was the responsibility of the local government to distribute it and the failed miserably. But somehow, the fault that the water was not delivered is Trump’s. What the flock they wanted him to do? Play Presidential Grubhub and deliver it personally?

Now, do we relay need that level of corruption and fuck up to become the 51st state of the Union? Let’s help Puerto Rico become independent.


5 Replies to “They wanted home delivery by Trump himself.”

  1. Third Worlders gonna Third World.

    The Governor of Puerto Rico should have taken responsibility and managed the situation. That’s where the buck stops.

    Just like Ray Nagin and Kathleen Blanco are the ones to blame for what happened to New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina, though the Left has for thirteen years hysterically tried to shift blame to President Bush.

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