According to reports, the hurricane season in the U.S. is quite done for the year, with cities hit by a disaster, such as Houston, Miami, and others, recovering step by step.
Some are having a tougher time in doing so. Take Puerto Rico for example, an American territory that is still struggling to keep up. This got Americans thinking about where those $113 million in bonus payments went.
After Hurricane Maria made a landfall in Puerto Rico, the country has lacked the basic necessities for a decent light, such as electricity and living space. Many would have assumed the Democrat influence in the country for 44 long years may have had something to do with it.
In May 2017, weak financial decisions marked a collapse in the island’s economy.
Now, things have taken a turn for the worst.
Texas & Florida are doing great but Puerto Rico, which was already suffering from broken infrastructure & massive debt, is in deep trouble..
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 26, 2017
This is all certainly a matter of poor governing by the left. The government in Puerto Rico refused to switch the electricity back on a couple of times so far, leaving everyone speechless and desperate.
‘Puerto Rico is doling out $113 million in Christmas bonuses to current and former government employees,’ as Bloomberg reported.
For some, this may be a touchy subject and a cringe-worthy moment, but for government employees on the left, this is no issue whatsoever. They sure rest well at night.
Director of Puerto Rico power company resigns amid continuing blackouts, controversial contract.
— Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) November 18, 2017
Puerto Rico has been trying to push a natural disaster narrative on Americans, mainly coming from San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz. As soon as the drama unfolded, the Mayor had no regret in slamming President Donald Trump about doing little or not doing anything at all.
Wasn’t this the same woman who appealed, “Help us, we are dying?” but is now talking trash? How about a low-blow?!
However, she seems not to be done with the $113 million in Christmas bonuses, going straight to government’s pockets.
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) September 30, 2017
The media remains silent about what is exactly happening once the curtains fall.
On the other hand, citizens of America were direct witnesses to Trump’s best efforts to help out in Florida and Texas, with both states thanking him for all that he had done. But, in all-left Puerto Rico nothing can be really done until Democrats ask for it, a thing that hasn’t happened yet.
Cruz might want to rethink her personal monetary gain in this case and start thinking about how not to be proud enough to accept help for her own people. It’s a tough lesson, but someone has to do it.