CNN’s Puerto Rico Coverage Designed For Bashing Trump, Despite FEMA Efforts

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Democrats first introduced their “make Puerto Rico Trump’s Katrina” effort last week, as the bellowing moose Ana Navarro ranted her typical over-the-top negative comments about President Trump.

We could see the writing on the wall, as she criticized Trump for tweeting on the NFL instead of camping out and driving a delivery truck in San Juan, that the next attempt to discredit the President would be the response in the parasite territory of Puerto Rico.

Now the Democrat effort to paint President Trump as an uncaring, bumbling racist moved into the next phase, with the attack-racists coming like cockroaches out of the Democrat woodwork. [woodwon’twork?]

Despicable comments from the next Maxine Waters, Al Green of Texas, labeled President Trump a politically motivated racist because the response in Texas was excellent and the hurdles in the logistically challenged island have caused other problems. Green says it’s because President Trump hates brown people and Puerto Ricans can’t vote.

Former Rep Jack Kingston knows Al Green and says what he’s doing is just “pure, raw race-baiting.” He says, “and Al Green knows better than that. I know he wants to impeach the President and so any criticism of Trump is valid as far as he’s concerned.”

He notes that the Mayor of San Juan should, instead of running to a television to engage in her rounds of Trump bashing, try holding up her obligation in this situation, and visit the FEMA command and control center in order to coordinate their efforts. Like all Democrats, she wants to rant and complain, and is willing to sacrifice her constituents in the interest of advancing the anti-American agenda.

The CNN anti-Trump network brings in their employee, a Democrat agitator who, not surprisingly, grew up in Puerto Rico, Maria Cardona to bash the President, as if it was his fault that the hurricane formed and struck the island. She says she’s got friends and family who still can’t get in touch with their friends and family.

Rebuilding a completely destroyed infrastructure takes a day or two, Maria. Have they been to the FEMA center or are they also sitting on their backsides waiting for big brother to fix everything for them? Maybe they have phones that work at the FEMA center that they’ll allow people to use.

She can’t wait to unleash the personal attacks, targeting “the disgusting, disgraceful tweets that this President is leveling against one of the local leaders,” [who is lying about him and mischaracterizing his effective efforts], calling President Trump “cruel, he’s been callous, he’s morally corrupt.”

Cardona is the one who is morally corrupt, along with the other Dems for exploiting and distorting the storm aftermath for political gain. She unloads with all of the unfounded viciousness that she can muster to smear and discredit President Trump despite his efforts, which have been acclaimed by the Governor.

As Kingston is attempting to provide the accurate information as to the current state of affairs in a rebuttal to the lies from Cardona, the host interrupts, talks over him with her own “CNN facts,” and won’t let the truth be heard.

Clearly the objective on the part of Cardona is to criticize and name call, which she accomplishes. Good job, CNN, once again you fully lived up to everyone’s expectations.

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5 Comments on CNN’s Puerto Rico Coverage Designed For Bashing Trump, Despite FEMA Efforts

  1. My Naval colleagues tell me they are doing a hell of lot as well as the Red Cross, FEMA and the National Guard-so I guess this mayor is saying everyone else is a liar? Anyone who has seen the footage can tell you that movement on the island is EXTREMELY hampered and therefore distribution of supplies is slow going. This mayor is a hysterical jack ass.

  2. Fred A. Hisle // October 1, 2017 at 11:50 am // Reply

    Too bad the propagandist cannot be kicked out of the U. S., and their Fake News outlets shut down. The alleged reporters at all of the alphabet Fake News do not deserve the right to be American Citizens. They can move to any of many communist countries of their choice (prochoice assHoles).

  3. I’ve said on two other groups today that Trump just NEEDS TO DECLARE MARTIAL LAW AND TAKE OVER AND LOCK UP ALL THESE Incompetent SOB’S UP AND GET THE JOB DONE.
    and NO STATE HOOD FOR THEM PERIOD.

  4. Hadenoughalready // October 1, 2017 at 10:49 am // Reply

    Weird how no one mentioned that the truck drivers decided to go on strike, demanding $50.00 an hour, to drive those trucks.
    Funny how the mayor never mentioned there are 3000 reefers sitting on the docks at 4000 gallons a day in fuel to run them while the food rots.
    And it’s strange that the same mayor had the time, and money, to print up a t-shirt just to bash Trump in an interview while pallets of water and supplies sat in a warehouse instead of the back of a truck or a delivery line. Odd, huh???
    There’s food on the docks. There’s fuel on those docks. There’s no drivers and no more room.
    Screw you, mayor! You should be arrested for treason and those in the union as well. No more excuses!
    Seize those trucks and bulldozers. Clear the roads and get those supplies in at all costs. This is a national emergency and these assholes are doing nothing but interfering, causing further damage and destruction.
    Time to declare martial law – it’s warranted!

    • I agree 100%, Hadenoughalready ! I’ve seen all sorts of videos of those supplies just sitting there in port. If the people on Puerto Rico want some, all they have to do is get there and grab it. You’d think life or death would be enough incentive.

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