Puerto Rico governor Ricardo Rosello is clinging to office against the backdrop of his latest scandal, involving a tyrannical threatening group chat that he presided over. The Puerto Rican people are rising up in populist agitation against the corrupt political establishment that governs their unincorporated territory.
There are new calls this morning for the governor of Puerto Rico to resign, afterreveal his part in a profane and derogatory group chat…
The governor was the administrator of this chat room, where they discussed setting up a troll network to go after anyone seen as critical of this administration.
The leaked chat room conversations among Rosselló and 11 others are laced with profane, homophobic and sexist comments, and in one case even a death threat against the mayor of San Juan, Carmen Yulín Cruz. The governor’s chief financial officer, Christian Sobrino, wrote, “I’m dying to shoot her up.” Rosselló replied, “You’d be doing me a big favor.”
Overnight, fireworks in front of the governor’s mansion were a show of protest. Demonstrators are demanding the 40-year-old governor resign.
Last week, Hurricane Maria devastated the island in 2017.involving more than $15 million of federal funding. Rosselló’s administration has been under scrutiny for its spending of government funds after
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The FBI’s arrests in Puerto Rico have certainly been something to behold.
Audio has emerged from a Puerto Rican police officer alleging that San Juan mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz is not allowing supplies to be distributed to the citizens affected by the nation’s hurricane.
Mayor Cruz is accusing President Trump of doing a poor job attending to the needs of the Puerto Rican nation. Trump says that 10,000 U.S. federal workers are on the ground in the nation of Puerto Rico and that Mayor Cruz is doing a bad job, changing her tune on Trump due to Democratic Party pressure.
Supplies are not reaching the people. A prominent truckers union linked to left-wing political parties across Latin America is reportedly intentionally blocking the deliveries from the Port of San Juan, according to multiple accounts.
A self-identified police officer currently in Guaynabo called into a Spanish-language radio program to describe what happened. Jennifer Puentes shared footage of the emotional, stirring interview.
The female police officer said, “I need to pass this information out because the stuff that is being brought from the U.S. it is not being distributed. They are not allowing the Puerto Rican people to receive the donations.”
“The mayor Carmen Yulin is not allowing anyone to distribute…We need…What us Puerto Ricans need is that the U.S. armed forces to come in and distribute the aid,” she said.
She said that people in Florida, and “artists” are helping with the relief efforts, but she does not know how many others are helping due to having “very limited communication” on the island.
“What else are we going to do? You tell me, what else are we going to do?”
“But I need to speak for the people, because the people are suffering. Because I, as a cop, along with other police partners we are seeing it,” she said.
“We want the U.S. to come in.”
“The governor is just doing a show, is all a show.”
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