Report: Puerto Rico Truckers Union, “Frente Amplio”, Refuse to Deliver Supplies – Use Hurricane Maria as Contract Leverage…

Puerto Rican born and raised, Colonel Michael A. Valle (”Torch”), Commander, 101st Air and Space Operations Group, and Director of the Joint Air Component Coordination Element, 1st Air Force, responsible for Hurricane Maria relief efforts, has the following comment:

…They have the generators, water, food, medicine, and fuel on the ground, yet the supplies are not moving across the island as quickly as they’re needed.

“It’s a lack of drivers for the transport trucks, the 18 wheelers. Supplies we have. Trucks we have. There are ships full of supplies, backed up in the ports, waiting to have a vehicle to unload into. However, only 20% of the truck drivers show up to work. These are private citizens in Puerto Rico, paid by companies that are contracted by the government”.. (link)

The ports are so full of relief supplies they can’t fit any more on the available space. CNBC ground report confirms Colonel Valle’s ground report.  WATCH:

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The reason for truck drivers not showing up?  The Puerto Rican Truckers Union, Frente Amplio, is refusing to move the product.

The older man in this video (below) is the boss of a very sketchy (corrupt and violent) Puerto Rico trucker’s union called Fente Amplio. The Union Leader’s name is Victor Rodriguez. The reporter is pleading with Rodriquez to set aside his political grievances with the Puerto Rican governor. Mr. Rodriquez (toothless) angrily shouts NO, and states the truck drivers have a right to be mad and will punish Puerto Rico to prove their union’s strength.

Labor union head Victor Rodriquez is complaining about a law that the governor passed three weeks ago.

The reporter CONFIRMS that the truck drivers are refusing to work in order to get revenge on the governor.

Rodriguez says that the governor’s policies have impacted truckers, so now truckers will show the country THEIR OWN suffering.

The reporters says, “But all this stuff is in the past. In the present, it’s an emergency.”

Rodriguez guy says that the country can now experience what the truckers experience due to the governor’s policies.

Rodriquez says the truckers are not responsible for helping the country. That’s the governor’s job.

Three weeks earlier, nobody cared about the plight of the truckers, so now the truckers don’t care about the country.

This is all the governor’s fault, Rodriguez says. He passed a law, and now he has to live with it.

The governor didn’t understand the suffering of the working man, so now the truckers will show the country what suffering is.

Since the country doesn’t care about truckers, the truckers won’t help.

(link)

Here’s another report with three independent sources confirming the work stoppage:

WAPA Television confirmed that the strike is related to a recently passed law known as “The Senate Project 525 meant to Administratively Transform the Public Service Commission.” The law covers the recognition of UBER and other transportation methods but Rodriguez refuses to listen to reason or hear related facts.

The law is more commonly known as “The Senate’s 525 Project.” This video should dispel the rumors as to whether or not the supplies are sitting in the port because there isn’t fuel or because the drivers have been instructed NOT to drive.

There is no question that drivers were ordered NOT TO TOUCH THE TRUCKS as a retaliatory measure against the Governor of Puerto Rico.

The Mayor of San Juan, Carmen Yulin decided to keep her mouth shut about the strike and insult President Trump instead. It was a foolish and unfortunate choice considering Puerto Rico is out in the middle of the ocean. President Trump doubled down his efforts and was preparing for the tragedy “even before” the hurricanes hit Puerto Rico.

Being a builder by profession and knowing what construction can handle (or not) Pres. Trump took tremendous measures and made extraordinary attempts to get goods to Puerto Rico and succeeded.

The last thing he expected was that the local drivers would refuse to drive the trucks.

When the statement of a rumor came up, we confirmed with three (3) independent and directly involved sources within media on the island as well as with Victor Rodriguez whether the “strike rumor” was true or not. Rodriguez stated that he would not change his position. (read more)

Meanwhile, amid floods and lack of power the Mayor of San Juan, Carmen Yulin Cruz, finds a way to get propaganda T-Shirts to politicize the tragedy on very fake news CNN.

Go figure.

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465 Responses to Report: Puerto Rico Truckers Union, “Frente Amplio”, Refuse to Deliver Supplies – Use Hurricane Maria as Contract Leverage…

  1. redridge45 says:

    I am very surprised that starving people with no water are not throwing the union bosses in the harbor, regardless of the dependency issues that may exist. Why haven’t they mobbed together? I’m so unworldly….

    Liked by 6 people

    • John says:

      I’d guess that most residents are simply unaware of this since they don’t have communication, including cell phone or internet access. Most of the people who do are in hotels in San Juan or a few folks who have power scattered around the island. But some are probably indeed dependent to them as they’re more of a mafia presence than a righteous group fighting for people’s rights. If the media can make millions of Americans think that Trump hates brown people and is refusing to help, then it makes sense that people who don’t even have TV or internet access would be unaware of something that even most Americans aren’t.

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      • So, where are all of the starving people? Haven’t seen any yet…and how many deaths…last count was 16, due to initial hurricane….where are all of the dying people?

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        • LCSmom says:

          I watched the FEMA guy talking to CNN video on the other thread and the slide show of pictures they showed of hurricane victims filled with fat and obese women and some men. They might feel like they are starving, but they are not actually starving.

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  2. andyocoregon says:

    Fox & Friends this morning had Geraldo Rivera interviewing a man who lived in San Juan, right on the coastline in the same house for the last 61 years. Now the house has been destroyed due to the effects of two hurricanes, one a Cat 4 and the other a Cat 5. This illustrates the fact this scenario is an extremely destructive and rare work of nature. That combined with the fact Puerto Rico is an island far away from the mainland and the apathy of the local leadership have doomed those residents to suffer for weeks of reconstruction.
    Those power transmission lines should have been buried underground years ago, but the funds to do that were misused. Without electricity, modern life is difficult.

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    • Uncle Max says:

      I have zero empathy for island dwellers who live in a freaking Hurricane ally. It’s not like BILLIONS of Federal dollars have not been sent to PR over the years… but like grasshoppers, ( or New Orleans ) they re appropriate the money, graft it around, pad accounts and lose it. Then the completely predictable storms hit and …. it’s not their fault! Send help! I’m sorry, but Puerto Ricans like being a tax haven, but want the bennies. They like voting in hack Democrats . Just like Key West… sorry, my empathy is all used up. There is a reason not to live on a island.

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    • not2worryluv says:

      The same thing is true of the USVI. President Trump needs to Drain the Swamp in St. Thomas, St. Croix and St. John.

      The VI Legislation from the Governor, the Senators and VI Department Heads are by enlarge corrupt and they are all Democrats.

      The VI Legislature had a $200 Million Dollar emergency fund designated for hurricane relief – it suddenly disappeared -diverted to “other” needs.

      The Obama “Stimulus Plan” dropped $130 Million Dollars into St. Thomas in 2012 for improving a one mile stretch of road on the waterfront which only benefited developers the Cruise Ship Industry.

      90% of all Virgin Islanders are on one or more Government Programs.

      The VI Port Authority collects $6.50/passenger from the Cruise Ship lines when they visit St. Thomas or St. John – $2.45/passenger for St. Croix. They had over 2M passengers visiting in 2016. This doesn’t include cruise ship or other commercial shipping dockage and off-loaded cargo fees.

      In 2016 more than 600,000 people arrived by air and paid a $15.00/person departure fee. Again, this doesn’t include the fees for commercial aircraft fees.

      Keep in mind that the VI doesn’t pay the salaries for Customs and Immigration staff – that’s on our US Taxpayer dime!

      Come on Island and book a room – you’ll be charged a 12% VI Tax on your room – whether you’re at a hotel, a B&B, a VRBO or AirB&B. Right into the VI Coffers.

      Folks, we’re talking Millions if not Trillions of Dollars!!

      After the Hurricane all VI employee were able to fuel up their cars and get diesel fuel if they had generators at home. They had access to get all the tarps they needed; had access to all incoming food, water, supplies and bragged about it to other Islanders who were left stranded without food, water, and fuel.

      At the Governor’s first “News Conference” after Irma his 1ST Agenda Item was informing residents how they could get their food stamps replaced if they were damaged by the Hurricane. Hell there were no grocery stores to go to and even if there were the streets were filled with debris and flooded. The 2ND Agenda Item was to assure the residents of St. Thomas that there was a death among the prisoners during the hurricane but no one should be concerned – Mental Health Counselors were in place to assist the prisoners with their loss and all prisoners were being transported to St.Croix where they would be given safe harbor – a safe place to stay, water, food, and mental health consulting. Needless to say no one in the MSM brought this up when Governor Mapp made the rounds the next day on NBC, CNN, CBS, ABC, FOX and MSNBC. The residents had no power to even know what the status of the Island was and this guy is grandstanding.

      I’ll cut the rant. We lived in St. Thomas in the 1980 – the reign of Juan Luis the then Corrupter in Chief and it has not gotten any better – only worse.

      The sad thing is that the lives of Virgin Islanders has not improved in the last 40 years. The Political Elite has been established and no one dare cross that line.

      The population in the USVI is around 100,000.

      Get your calculator out and you will see pretty quickly that there is a lot of money being collected that no one is accountable for!

      Oh, did I mention that the Governor refused to live in the Governors House and instead has a Villa at the Ritz Carlton on the East End of St. Thomas?

      I will be interested in the reception President Trump receives in St. Thomas on Tuesday. The VI has been run by Democrats since the 80’s and yet the folks are being oppressed by their own elected officials –

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    • Chad C. Mulligan says:

      Burial of power lines isn’t necessarily a good solution where flooding, especially salt water flooding, is a risk.

      And it isn’t apathetic political leadership that’s the problem, it’s outright corruption, on a scale that rivals Detroit.

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  3. andi lee says:

    Holy cow!

    Liked by 7 people

  4. Gil says:

    This is one of the places I have wanted to visit on my bucket list. This behavior by those in charge has put PR on the bottom of the list. If they had been making a concerted effort to work and shown good will to stateside people working their butts off I would be much more inclined to travel and spend my dollars there.
    Not now.
    Drop the vicious false attitude and smears, change the leadership immediately.
    Oh, I wont be ordering a bunch of Rum cake for Christmas either. Or Rum for that matter, and that hurts. Get your leaders and truck drivers in line.

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    • Jedi9 says:

      The best Rum is from Jamaica anyway! So there is that!

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      • not2worryluv says:

        You are not missing anything in today’s Puerto Rico. The last time I was at the Fort the guard cupolas smelled of urine, there were homeless everywhere, it was absolutely horrid. It was beautiful in the 1970’s. Wonder where all the US Park Department’s money went in the last 40+ years?
        Today San Juan is just a hub for moving cruise ship passengers from the airport to the cruise ship port. All you will see is boarded up businesses, gang graffiti, poverty and the filthiest place in the Caribbean.

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  5. Regina says:

    neocon pileon

    Liked by 1 person

    • Regina says:

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    • Howie says:

      Hayes wins a RINO

      Liked by 11 people

    • Howie says:

      Boycott that Son of a Mitch.

      Liked by 5 people

    • mimbler says:

      Notice how he lies about Trump’s remark. Trump was saying the protests to preserve statues included some very fine people which was absolutely true.

      If you have to lie about the person you are against to make him sound bad, maybe you shouldn’t be against him.

      Liked by 5 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

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      • LCSmom says:

        I can’t believe that guy is still so bitter about Trump winning. He’s one of numerous reasons I gave up Fox News and pretty much television altogether. They ruined red eye first, then special report , then the five (Dana Perino and her gay boyfriend Chris Stirewalt became insufferable), then outnumbered by bringing Megyn McCain and that crazy lib Julie, then Megyn Kelly went off the rails, then greta left, then they fired O’Reilly (who I didn’t really like anyway), and I’m sure there is more, but I stopped watching a long time ago.

        I even stopped watching Stuart Varney and Lou because you can telll they have to slag Trump sometimes so they can keep their jobs.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Yes – so glad I cut the cable. When I watched Julie Roginsky come on Outnumbered and the gals all acted like the hall monitor was now present, I knew there was some kind of bad weirdness going on at Fox, and was determined to end the propaganda broadcasts.

          Hayes has lost credibility as an honest opinion to me, because he determines his own viewpoint by triangulating to a point only SO far from the liberal narrative, and no further. He doesn’t care if the truth is very obvious but a good distance away from the MSM narrative – if that distance is greater than what “mainstream acceptability will allow”, then he will have none of the truth. WEAK and COWARDLY.

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    • not2worryluv says:

      The closest Steve Hayes has gotten to the real PR is taking a cab from the airport to the cruise ship dock and head to his Suite to do his, Barnes and Kristols annual one week cruise around the Caribbean with “like minded” conservatives!

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  6. Howie says:

    Fly in the 101 Airborne and take their trucks and take over the Island from the commies that running it.

    Liked by 12 people

  7. maggiemoowho says:

    Damn Unions, shut them down. The SEIU and AFL-CIO are two of the largest domestic terrorist organizations in the US, cities burn, people die, cops are killed and it’s all supported by Unions. They all ned to be shut down.

    Liked by 9 people

  8. Howie says:

    Carmen and Pooper win a double Donk

    Liked by 5 people

  9. joshua says:

    arrest the mayor and the head of the union and put them in a US prison and appoint a manager from the states to take charge.

    Liked by 6 people

  10. andi lee says:

    Ports updated:

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  11. sunnydaze says:

    Next up for CNN: they’ll be staging “community working together” scenes to prove that Puerto Ricans are just as invested and cooperative as Texans, Floridians and Mexicans.

    Liked by 8 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      We need some citizen journalists down there pronto. The “noob right” could actually make themselves useful by REPORTING from down there. Bet there are some amazing stories of leftist incompetence, chicanery, and mendacity.

      Liked by 4 people

  12. wyntre says:

    Looks like the good Drudge is on duty today.

    Headlines now:

    Trump Hits Back at San Juan Mayor Over Storm Relief…

    Accuses Her of ‘Poor Leadership’…

    She Claims No Help While Standing With Pallets of Aid..
    .
    Previously Praised Convicted Terrorist…

    FEMA Chief Blasts…

    Liked by 8 people

  13. Howie says:

    Theis is a job for the U.S. Military. Get the crooked commie politicians and Media Cong OUT.

    Liked by 5 people

    • decisiontime16 says:

      Democrat pols in Louisiana were worse than worthless. Anyone remember Governor Kathleen Blanco? Everything was a fiasco with Katrina until the military arrived.

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  14. Jlwary says:

    Do we have any sources confirming the strike?

    Liked by 3 people

  15. Bree says:

    Americans vs third world ruling.

    Liked by 3 people

  16. TexasDude says:

    In other news, a small Hispanic island is found to be corrupt, now on to the weather Juanita.

    Liked by 7 people

  17. To hell with PR and their Welfare island people. The USA pays them $21 Billion a year in Aid and they are bankrupt. Put a wall around PR and keep those people there and don’t allow them in the USA. Cut off all funding.

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  18. Nigella says:

    Love the local rags headline” Trump lashes out at PR Mayor who begged for more help.” Pitiful

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Howie says:

    Time to declare Martial Law in that socialist Swamp.

    Liked by 4 people

  20. andi lee says:

    🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨!
    Mr. President!

    ***Stop THAT plane!***

    The last thing Puerto Rico needs is this fraud network on the island!

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  21. Michael says:

    I’m confused.

    “Put another way, 80% of truck drivers do not show up to work, and yet again, it’s important to understand why.

    “There should be zero blame on the drivers. They can’t get to work, the infrastructure is destroyed, they can’t get fuel themselves, and they can’t call us for help because there’s no communication. The will of the people of Puerto Rico is off the charts. The truck drivers have families to take care of, many of them have no food or water. They have to take care of their family’s needs before they go off to work, and once they do go, they can’t call home,” explains Col. Valle. “

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    • Howie says:

      Maybe if the boneheads went and got their trucks full of supplies they could bring said supplies to their family? Wait…..that makes no sense at all to a leftist Moonbat. Good GRIEF WHAT MENTALITY IS THIS? Superdome?

      Liked by 7 people

    • bulwarker says:

      Liberals are liars and the MSM hates Trump, not that hard to get.
      Another PR mayor is hitting back against the MSM lie that the roads are un-navigable:

      Not everyone believes roadways are the problem. Roberto Ramirez Kurtz is the mayor of Cabo Rojo in southwestern Puerto Rico, which is about as far away from San Juan as you can get on the island — a 2 ½ to 3-hour drive…
      Kurtz was in San Juan to ask for help, and having made the trip himself, he doesn’t believe that road conditions are an obstacle. “The roads are open,” he says. “I’ve been able to come here. So why haven’t we used this to [transport goods] west?”

      http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/09/28/554297787/puerto-rico-relief-goods-sit-undistributed-at-ports

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      • mimbler says:

        Yes, and they act as if you can’t communicate without a cell phone. It is a small island and people are going back and forth. Information grapevines are efficient, that is why gossip travels so fast. The truck drivers know they are needed at the ports. It isn’t credible that they don’t know to take their trucks there and deliver the supplies.

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    • Dennis Leonard says:

      Michael,I will buy you a plane ticket ,so you can go down there and drive a truck.Put another way we should declare marshal law and and let the military drive the trucks.About electricity how do they generate it there,let the CB’s and Core of Engineers in to rebuild it and the roads.Than call Hubble Homes to get houses built.Than tell the working age Puerto Rican’s they are going to work.

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      • Michael says:

        @Dennis
        WTH are you getting at?
        I’m asking help to understand this incongruency.
        I quoted the on-scene MMFWIC and what he says appears to be in opposition to what Sundance is saying. I also know Sundance is very seldom wrong.
        So instead of throwing emotional poop how about some rational thought and help this dumb hardhat understand what is going on?

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  22. andi lee says:

    God bless you, sir!

    Liked by 5 people

  23. Publius2016 says:

    This is another story that will blow up in the Extreme Media’s face…President Trump visits on Tuesday and we will have three more days of lies while the lights get turned on and the businesses reopen…what people do not understand is that it only costs $100 to $300 to fly into Puerto Rico and the moment the Puerto Rican’s know they can go back home, they be flying back and thanking the President for MAGA in Puerto Rico…island people live on an island because they like the sun, beach, and wine…keep it flowing and they are happy.

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  24. andi lee says:

    Anderson Cooper!
    Clinton News Nyetworks!

    **Busted!**

    Liked by 7 people

  25. Sandra-VA says:

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  26. Troublemaker10 says:

    No, Trump Didn’t Botch the Puerto Rico Crisis

    A Q&A with former Navy Captain Jerry Hendrix on smart preparations the White House and Pentagon made for the looming storm.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2017-09-30/no-trump-didn-t-botch-the-puerto-rico-crisis

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  27. Sandra-VA says:

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  28. wyntre says:

    Drudge is making sense today, and now Geraldo?

    Liked by 4 people

  29. waltherppk says:

    Frente Amplio seems to be a subversive communist front group

    https://www.facebook.com/pg/Frente-Amplio-de-Puerto-Rico-125233814265230/about/?ref=page_internal

    https://opencorporates.com/companies/pr/43648-121

    The PR government website is up and running …..No English version for all these citizens hmmm

    http://www2.pr.gov/Pages/Huracan.aspx

    http://www2.pr.gov/Pages/default.aspx

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  30. snarkybeach says:

    Puerto Rican caller into Joe Pags radio show today said the mayor is in a beef with the teamsters union and that’s why the containers are still on the docks. The Teamsters want $$$, the mayor wants $$$ and the pair could care less about the PR people.

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  31. andi lee says:

    MLB foundation stepping up to the plate. Kudos! Former MLB pitcher on the ground in PR reporting in …

    … sad to say, I don’t recognize his face. 😶

    Liked by 2 people

  32. redredrice says:

    Even on the San Juan radio they are telling this mayor to get away from the cameras and posting selfies and get to work!

    Liked by 6 people

  33. wyntre says:

    20 tweets and counting. LOLOLOL

    Liked by 3 people

  34. Troublemaker10 says:

    Follow the entire thead (42 posts). Thomas Wictor gives a lot of info as usual.

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  35. Howie says:

    Imagine you are a truck driver and your family and friends are in dire straights. Would you?
    A. Get said truck and bring supplies to family and friends?
    B. Go on strike for the union?

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  36. andi lee says:

    Imagine that. Surrounded by pallets of relief effort provided by POTUS.

    Be nice to see what measures were taken by the Mayor prior, durning, to the NWS hurricane weather notifications. Rumors floating, she confiscated propane oil company’s holdings.

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  37. Barry says:

    This is a Travesty

    Sent from XFINITY Connect Mobile App

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  38. Howie says:

    Leftists response

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  39. fedback says:

    Perhaps the NFL kneelers will protest tomorrow now that Trump has been mean to the Puerto Rican mayor.
    They even have a game in London tomorrow, Saints vs Dolphins

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  40. wyntre says:

    NFL should not think they’re off the hook becasue of PR. POTUS has NOT forgotten them.

    😄 😁 😆 😅 😂 🤣

    😄 😁 😆 😅 😂 🤣

    Liked by 5 people

    • fedback says:

      Watch out for the London game, kick off 9.30 am est. Perhaps kneelers think they can get away with it because they are in London

      Liked by 2 people

    • andi lee says:

      LOLOL!
      Watch the SEIU NFL lawyers actions. The Union is in bed with the DNC. (Anyone remember the FBI SEIU raid this spring in Annapolis? The cleanup crew was sent in.)

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    • Sharon says:

      Little boy in church who is persisting in standing on the pew, instead of sitting by mama like he’s supposed to.

      Mama finally takes hold of him by the shoulders and sets him firmly down on his butt. (This was fifty years ago)

      He turns his head up to her, stretches toward her ear and whispers, “I’m still standing inside.”

      I hope Mr. Trump knows that making them stand on the outside isn’t worth a hill of beans now that we know that they never were standing on the inside.

      Apologies (even those accepted in some good will) do not guarantee restoration of relationship. Two separate issues – entirely.

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  41. Bob Thoms says:

    Who owns the trucks? Fire every truck driver who doesn’t show up; revoke their commercial driver’s license forbidding them from driving 18 wheelers.

    Liked by 3 people

  42. youme says:

    From Bloomberg

    No, Trump Didn’t Botch the Puerto Rico Crisis

    TH: So, it seems like everybody has blasted Trump administration’s response to the Puerto Rico crisis. Has that criticism been fair?

    JH: No, I don’t think so. First of all, there was a fair amount of anticipatory action that is not being recognized. Amphibious ships, including the light amphibious carriers Kearsarge and Wasp and the amphibious landing ship dock Oak Hill were at sea and dispatched to Puerto Rico ahead of the hurricane’s impact.

    These are large ships that have large flight decks to land and dispatch heavy-lift CH-53 helicopters to and from disaster sites. They also have big well-decks — exposed surfaces that are lower than the fore and aft of the ship — from which large landing craft can be dispatched to shore carrying over 150 tons of water, food and other supplies on each trip. These are actually the ideal platforms for relief operations owing to their range of assets. The ships, due to their designs to support Marine amphibious landings in war zones, also have hospitals onboard to provide medical treatment on a large scale. That these ships were in the area should be viewed as a huge positive for the administration and the Department of Defense. . . .

    Puerto Rico is an island that suffers from its position in the middle of the Caribbean and its physical separation from the U.S. Its roads were in disrepair and its electrical grid was antiquated prior to the hurricane. The island has also suffered for years from ineffective local government and rising local territorial debt.

    The Navy used to operate a large Navy base there, Naval Station Roosevelt Roads. I spent six months on the island in 1993, but when the island’s population protested the presence of the training range at nearby Vieques Island, the Navy shuttered the base, taking $300 million a year out of the Puerto Rican economy.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2017-09-30/no-trump-didn-t-botch-the-puerto-rico-crisis

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  43. wyntre says:

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  44. wyntre says:

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  45. Abster says:

    So all these wicked people so quick to judge and blame President Trump, should pack a duffle, call a few of their like friends and go help the people of PR. Maybe they would have a change of heart. I have. I wish we would just drop what we have delivered, get the hay out of their and leave it up to the mayor and her cronies to get trucks moving and distributing the much needed supplies. I am over PR. Lazy slobs sponging off of American taxpayers needs to stop.

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  46. youme says:

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  47. chick20112011 says:

    I am literally shocked by some reactions from good, church-going people that I know, who’s hatred for DJT has knocked any sense out of them. Retweeting the MSM propaganda from Olberman, Eichenwald, the usual suspects in the letter alphabets. These usually decent people have followed the ALT-Left over the edge. Not even the article in the HuffPuff convinces them. I am sickened.

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    • Sharon says:

      You know something about them now that you didn’t know before.

      That can be helpful going forward.

      Liked by 4 people

      • mimbler says:

        Yes, “good, church going people” don’t hate DJT. I’m sure some in that category didn’t vote for DJT, but they wouldn’t hate him.

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    • John says:

      Indeed, I have family members parroting the MSM propaganda and when faced with cold hard facts including pics and video of massive US aid and reports from actual residents that are in stark contrast to the leftist narrative, they either disappear or go on a rant about how Trump is racist and hates brown people.

      I’ve also linked the RagPo article and as you stated, not even the usual leftist site can convince them to wake up from their hate-filled hysteria.

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  48. wyntre says:

    FEMA PR timeline from before Maria to 9/29

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  49. Missing Andrew says:

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