Cuomo chastise President Trump for Democrat failures in third world Puerto Rico as he unveils plans for island renewal at our expense, commie cash-grabbing Dems always have
Andrew Cuomo is on his next political campaign, perhaps for governor of New York or maybe President of the United States. He’s saying what he believes will endear him to the parasites of America, also known as Democrat voters, both on the island of Puerto Rico and on the US mainland.
The corrupt Democrats running and ruining Puerto Rico and hindering the aid effort are the ones responsible for what happened to that third world money pit that, unfortunately, is a US territory.
It’s not the Trump administration’s fault, as was clearly evident during the immediate aftermath of the hurricanes. The mayor of San Juan and others vividly highlighted the fact that the Puerto Rican Democrats are every bit as corrupt and hypocritical as their mainland cousins. [VIDEO BELOW]
In a typical vague and evidence-free assault, Cuomo blames President Trump, targeting him through the pseudonym of “the federal government.” He says, “In my opinion the federal government should be ashamed of itself. Puerto Rico has not gotten the care and the attention that they deserve. The people of Puerto Rico are American citizens. They were not treated that way.”
This commie Cuomo believes that American citizenship having been unwisely granted to the parasitic island inhabitants somehow means that the rest of us are responsible for their support and for turning their island latrine that they have, through their own lack of initiative and ethics chosen to live in, into an island paradise.
They already have the benefit of not having to pay federal income tax, what more do they want? They’re not our children. Once the issue of saving lives and restoring services is addressed, they should be responsible for supporting themselves and continuing the rebuilding on their own.
Cuomo whines that “the people of Puerto Rico have been treated like second class citizens by this federal government,” the familiar “Trump is a racist” bull crap that they’ve been spewing for years. The American citizens on the Florida Keys are rebuilding for themselves rather than stealing from each other and profiteering to create a situation that demands more federal handouts, .
Their whiteness or their lack of a balkanizing identity is most likely an issue for the governor that makes them less effective as campaign props. Their self-reliance and increased ownership of responsibility for their own recovery would destroy his false socialist presentation.
The sickening tartuffery of Cuomo continues as he chastises President Trump, saying, “I resent it as a New Yorker, I resent it as an American.” Most of all he pretends to resent it as a grandstanding politician. He goes on to announce his giveaway of other people’s money to “rebuild” and upgrade at our expense, to levels never seen on the island previously. Were it not for Democrat corruption degrading the island infrastructure, it would have survived the hurricanes without the levels of destruction sustained.
Cuomo doesn’t even hide the fact that it’s a taxpayer-funded island renewal project, naming it the “Build Back Better Plan.” What was wrong with a build back the same plan with funds that would be repaid by the island’s inhabitants? Why are we suddenly on the hook to renovate them to modern standards at a cost of $94 billion?
Cuomo goes on to recall that he was in the federal government and worked on twelve disasters. He could take that number to a more impressive 13 if he included his tenure as governor of New York. He’s details his experience giving free rides all across the US and in Haiti and Honduras. Haiti is still a disaster and Honduras is on the verge of becoming a communist nation. How many more Democrat success stories can this hemisphere stand?
How about we just cut our losses, forgive the Puerto Rican debt and grant them their independence? Some ingrates just aren’t worth the expense and the effort of maintaining the relationship.
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