unreal..."Fixed instantaneously" is not the same as an accusation that aid was slow in coming.Go up to that little search window on the right and go read that post things from hurricane Maria. Trump wasn't fast enough, didn't send enough, didn't a lot enough, didn't do enough, ad nauseam
Here's what one example.
Considering how hard that part of America was hit. The differences in the responses are glaring. Why do you suppose that is ? 3 storms, 3 responses: Comparing Harvey, Irma and Maria Hurricane Harvey: For Hurricane Harvey, FEMA had supplies and personnel positioned in Texas before the...www.politicaljack.com
Where are all of our concerned posters making similar comparisons today? That's the exercise of this thread. They're nowhere that's where. Because their zealots.
$9.5 billion was allocated to rebuild Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria....the Hurricane happened in September 2017. The money was approved in September 2020.
The Trump administration also delayed other congressionally appropriated funds to be used for the recovery efforts overall — including $1.9 billion for the electrical grid — after Hurricane Maria for about two years, a report from the Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Office of Inspector General noted.
The reasons ranged from the 2018-2019 government shutdown to a bureaucratic disagreement between HUD and the Office of Management and Budget, the complexity of the funding process, the island's existing financial hurdles and a new FEMA disaster relief system that raised yet more obstacles.
Why Puerto Rico still struggling to rebuild grid 5 years after Hurricane Maria (msn.com)