Heads up, Puerto Rican's are American citizens too and sure as HELL deserve to be treated as such. Where's #FEMA ?? Why is it that reporters are only just getting to the island when they happily ride out storms here in Florida? 🤔🤔🤔🤔#puertorico#prayforpuertorico#boriquen#boriqua
The test will take place on Wednesday at “2:20 pm EDT,” according to #FEMA’s official website.
The agency put out a bulletin Tuesday which instructs the general public not to worry “this is only a test.” FEMA maintains that the system offers a prompt way to notify the people of an impending disaster such as an asteroid strike, global thermonuclear war, a terror attack, hurricane, earthquake or another major disaster. #MartialLaw
The situation in #PuertoRico is critical. We need your help please. The situation is much worse than what we're seeing in the relatively little news coverage we're getting. Please help spread the word. Thank you all for your love and support. It truly makes a huge difference and we are very grateful for it. #sos#hurricanemaria#relief#fema#usa#help
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ENOUGH about acting offended with the NFL players kneeling Trump. Football players disrespecting the flag??? Who the fuck cares right now when 3.5 million Americans are in IMMEDIATE need of humanitarian aid. 80% of the islands transmission infrastructure was destroyed and its estimated it will be 4-6 months before Puerto Rico will have power. That's half a year without electrical pumps bringing running water into homes. What about the people who rely on refrigeration to store their insulin?? Many hospitals on the island don't have backup generators and the ones that do...well the island is running out of fuel. (No electricity means no running water, no flushing toilets, no refrigerator, no AC and the fall is brutally hot) 80% of the crops on the island were devastated and the island is running out of food. I have been watching videos of people running up to journalists in the streets crying out asking if they were FEMA because the cell phone towers are out so they have no communication. After natural disasters, when there is no electricity or running water that's a recipe for disease. I was initially enrolled in nursing school in Puerto Rico, A week before my flight I backed out because I was nervous to go to school in a place that had just had a financial collapse leading to hospital closures..the island has no money. So Mr. Trump you have barely mentioned PR, the anger and offense you have toward the NFL, put that energy into addressing the fact the 3.5 MILLION citizens (yes Puerto Rican's are citizens) are in major MAJOR crisis.. we can do a hell of a lot better!!!!!!! Aid needs to get there a lot quicker and there needs to be a hell of a lot more of it. (Remember back in the beginning of the Trump era how he was saying he wanted to cut the FEMA budget🙄🙄🙄.) I know the NFL and Puerto Rico are unrelated issues but there are just soo soo many issues right now (especially when it comes to natural disaster, mother nature is pissed) lets pull together and HELP people in need and stop causing, or putting energy into unnecessary drama. And you know what, what offends me is that you put more energy into rich NFL players than you do into the 3.5 million PR