Trump ignored Puerto Rico this weekend while whining about football players having Free Speech

Our Fake President spent the weekend whining about athletes exercising their constitutional right to Free Speech – completely ignoring 3 million Americans in a disaster, running out of water, food, medical aid and housing.

10 thoughts on “Trump ignored Puerto Rico this weekend while whining about football players having Free Speech

  1. stay woke says:

    ● “As humanitarian crisis unfolds in Puerto Rico, Trump tweets about island’s “massive debt” (CBS news 9/26/17)
    ● “Donald Trump once acknowledged during an interview with Howard Stern that there may be “some racism” in America, and asked whether black people would kill him if he became president on a ticket with Oprah Winfrey.” (Newsweek 9/25/17) “The contents of the interview, part of an archive that has just added to its growing online database of every statement the president has made publicly in his lifetime, have been released as discussions over race and police brutality against African-Americans have taken center stage following the NFL protests last weekend.”
    ● “From Louis Armstrong to the N.F.L.: Ungrateful as the New Uppity” (New Yorker 9/24/17)

  2. Mook says:

    (6:06 AM – 26 Sep 2017) The President of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump‏ @realDonaldTrump: “The NFL has all sorts of rules and regulations. The only way out for them is to set a rule that you can’t kneel during our National Anthem!”

  3. Eat the Rich says:

    “The rich and clueless forked over $5 million Tuesday night to curry favor with a billionaire President as millions of American citizens were suffering unimaginably — and some dying — without any light or power to refrigerate food or vital medicine in Puerto Rico.” (NY Daily News 9/27/17) $35,000 per couple to eat some of the priciest food in the world as hundreds of thousands of American children and babies were crying and begging their helpless parents for something — anything — to eat in the Apocalypse that is Puerto Rico …$250,000 per couple last night to sip $10 bottles of water in a city with perfect tap water at that dinner’s even more exclusive round table with the commander-in-chief as millions in Puerto Rico remained without safe drinking water for five days.

  4. Для Родины says:

    Russian Internet trolls are trying to gin up even more controversy over NFL players taking a knee during the national anthem, a senator said Wednesday — warning that the United States should expect such divisive efforts to escalate in the next election.
    Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) made the assertion in a hearing with the heads of the FBI, Department of Homeland Security and the National Counterterrorism Center.
    Russian trolls, he said, were cynically pushing both sides of the argument over whether players should take a knee at the playing of the national anthem before NFL games. Players have been doing so as a silent protest against police treatment of minorities, though critics — including President Trump — argue that doing so disrespects the American flag and members of the U.S. military.
    Meanwhile, honorary Russian citizen Steven Seagal Calls NFL Protests ‘Disgusting’×377/a023d7819b4d1ebe894b132fa534ac15/steven-seagal-nfl-protests-russia-moscow-vladimir-putin.png

  5. Rolandito says:

    In Puerto Rico, the official government estimate for the number of people who died as a result of Hurricane Maria (the hurricane that struck the island in late September 2017) is just 64. But a new study from Harvard University, published in The New England Journal of Medicine, estimates that the true number is closer to 4,645—that is, more than 70 times the official estimate.
    “Mortality in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria” New England Journal of Medicine, 5/29,18. DOI: 10.1056/NEJMsa1803972

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