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Remember when the governor of Puerto Rico was bad-mouthing President Trump for not sending enough aid to the island after being hit with Hurricane Maria in 2017?
Now, more than two years later, a warehouse the size of four football fields was discovered holding the supplies that were sent to the people of Puerto Rico in 2017. These supplies were deliberately withheld from the needy public in order give the Democrat politicians reason to blame the president.
The people are understandably angry about this.
An angry crowd in earthquake-rattled Puerto Rico stormed a warehouse Saturday after learning that it contained a stash of emergency supplies — that had been sitting untouched since Hurricane Maria slammed the island in 2017….
Word of the squandered supplies spread online Saturday after blogger Lorenzo Delgado posted a video on Facebook of locals breaking into the warehouse, which is shown to be holding cases of bottled water and other emergency supplies.
Locals are seen hauling cases out of the warehouse, and — in one image — distributing the supplies to a throng of people outside.