In discussing the situation in Puerto Rico, President Trump, claimed Puerto Rico is an island. An island surrounded by water.
CNN always alert to “fact check” the President, looked into this claim. CNN’s crack investigators discovered. YES, Puerto Rico is an island, surrounded by water. After extensive investigation, CNN declares, President Trump was correct to say Puerto Rico is an island.
Please, someone explain how another law will make a difference. Just for the record. Did you know murder is illegal? And, yet people murder. Did you know drunk driving is illegal? And, yet people drive drunk. Did you know rape is illegal? And yet people rape. Did you know arson is illegal? And yet people commit arson. Did you know robbery is illegal? And yet people steal.
Just to help out the educationally challenged. Did you note in EVERY case, it is people that commit the crime? I lived in a time there was NO background checks to buy a gun. Hell, you could buy a gun through the mail. Yet, there was no mass shootings. Guns are no deadlier today than they were 50-years-ago. The difference is not the laws or the guns. The problem is the people. People with evil intent will hurt others.
You want to stop the violence? Change the people. There was a time when children had TWO parents. There was a time when children prayed in school. There was a time people accepted responsibility. There was a time morality ruled our lives. There was a time when human life was sacred. And until we again deem human life sacred, we will continue to experience these tragedies.
Hayley Geftman-Gold, CBS’ vice president and senior counsel took to Twitter. Hayley Geftman-Gold said, “She is “not even sympathetic” to victims of the Las Vegas shooting because “country music fans often are Republican.”
New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, reported FAKE NEWS, to slammed President Donald Trump. New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, reported cholera outbreak, in Puerto Rico.
JUST ONE PROBLEM – It’s not clear where Krugman got his information, or who confirmed there is cholera in Puerto Rico as a result of Hurricane Maria, but it certainly wasn’t the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the government agency that works to control and prevent infectious diseases.
NO CHOLERA OUTBREAK
Replying to @CDCgov
There was no evidence of cholera in Puerto Rico or the U.S. Virgin Islands before Hurricane #Maria made landfall. #MariaPR
5:03 PM – Sep 30, 2017
CDC does not anticipate cholera cases in Puerto Rico or the U.S. Virgin Islands b/c of #Maria. #MariaPR http://bit.ly/2yyT0A3