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Luna Lovegood ✨💥✨ Apr 17
Hey Day 209 since struck Not only do up to 200,000 people still have no power 238 School’s have closed business’s shuttered Without power, they have no hot meals, showers Forced to haul water You suck GOP
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Hart Cunningham Apr 15
One of our movement’s initiatives for 2020 is bringing Puerto Rico into the fold as our Nation’s 51st state. The current "one toe in" approach is not beneficial. What do you think about granting statehood to ?
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Richard Blumenthal 21h
It is unconscionable that nearly seven months after Hurricane Maria, citizens of the greatest country on earth remain mired in a slow-motion humanitarian crisis. We cannot continue failing .
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Anthony G. Brown 22h
hasn't recovered after . Thousands still without power, scores of schools & businesses shuttered & now an island-wide blackout. We can't be focused on a non-existent crisis on our border when Americans are suffering from a real crisis in Puerto Rico.
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Jess Phoenix 21h
3 million Americans lost power. This is unacceptable. Note to those in D.C. who don't seem to understand: ¡Puertorriqueños son Americanos!
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BrooklynDad_Defiant! 20h
More than 7 months after Hurricane Maria struck, and folks are STILL struggling without power and water. Somebody needs to tell the President of to stop throwing paper towels and get our brothers and sisters some HELP!
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Bill Cimbrelo 16h
Prediction: will continue to be ignored until property values hit rock bottom. At that point real estate investors will sweep in to gobble up all the prime beach properties, and other than the serfs left behind to serve the elite, gentrification will displace all else
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Elizabeth Warren 15h
Enough is enough. It’s time for the Trump Administration to step up and take responsibility for the repeated blackouts in Puerto Rico that have left millions of US citizens in the dark. I'll keep fighting to get answers and help for the people of .
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Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo 19h
There is no reason Puerto Rico should still be struggling to restore electric power when we are less than 2 months away from the next hurricane season! I know National Guard troops could be diverted from their pointless "wall" mission & serve Americans better in
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DF 22h
Blackout in knocking out power to 870,000 customers, after a tree fell on a major power line. My god, they just can't catch a break! 💔🇵🇷
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Nick Walden Poublon 8h
Puerto Rican's are Americans. BEFORE the power failure those needing dialysis had to travel for hours & hours every couple of days in order to get treatment. I cannot imagine what they are doing now. The way in which has been ignored makes my chest ache.
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Lucie Pohl💥 19h
Sending ❤️ to ! The government needs to step up and help PR!!!
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What's That Sound 18h
🔥The entire island of Puerto Rico has lost power, the latest outage in what has become the largest blackout in US history. Trump Failure to Fulfill Duties of Presidency.
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House Democrats 20h
When is President Trump going to take REAL action to help Americans in ?
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MelinaVader🎈 23h
The entire electrical system is so fragile that if a bird lands on it, it collapses. If you go near it and fart, it collapses.
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DF 11h
True story 😆😆😆 🇵🇷
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Donald J. Trump 17h
Total power outage in !Without power for lights,how will they find the paper towels I threw to them?PR STILL a disaster area after all this time? What a country!The of Puerto Rico MUST be a corrupt, incompetent ASSHOLE! Investigate!
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Nelba Márquez-Greene 🇵🇷 21h
There are over 3 million Americans without power in Puerto Rico today. There is a brown out. I am living it- observing the impact. These same Americans have been without consistent power since September 20, 2017. American citizens in the dark.
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Luna Lovegood ✨💥✨ 18h
is USA 🇺🇸 GOP Do you need a Map 🗺? Or a History Lesson? 214 Days since hit, 238 Schools closed Jobs lost, living without power or water Yeah, you still suck GOP
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Eric Waldo 20h
3M US citizens live in Puerto Rico. If this sort of persistent power problem was occurring in Iowa or New Hampshire or Ohio, we would have the entire National Guard stationed there until it was fixed. For good.
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