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2 thoughts on “Open Thread – September 12, 2018

  1. Remembering Hurricane Maria…

    ""These containers are full of food, these containers are full of water, full of medicine … full of construction materials," says Vice President Jose Ayala, who notes a barge a day has arrived since the port opened on Saturday. "It has reached Puerto Rico. The problem is we can't get it on the shelves."

    Ayala says it's frustrating: "People are out there under so much need, and there's this cargo here."

    "Plenty of vessels can get cargo to the island," agrees Mark Miller, Crowley's vice president of communications. "But the real difficulty is getting the goods to the people via trucks."
    Everybody — the government, aid groups and private firms — is having trouble moving those goods around." [1]

    WHY?! Was it "fu*ken Trumps fault"? Nope.

    It was because "
    SMOKING GUN=> San Juan Teamsters Didn’t Show Up for Work to Distribute Relief Supplies – US Aid Rotting at Ports
    Jim Hoft by Jim Hoft September 30, 2017 421 Comments

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    The liberal media is pounding President Trump over the suffering in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.

    The San Juan Mayor slammed President Trump for ignoring the suffering people of Puerto Rico.

    She said this while standing in front of pallets of US aid from the mainland.
    Now we know why the people have no aid.
    The Teamsters Union drivers did not show up to work.
    Only 20% of drivers arrived at the port" [2]

    Screw you, fake-stream media! You're gonna have to try a better LIE to blame Trump for what "MIGHT" happen w/ Forence!


    1 https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/09/2

    2 https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/09/smoking-

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