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DeSantis' communications director told reporters that the gubernatorial candidate stands with the Puerto Rican community. "Ron DeSantis has always worked to help the Puerto Rican community – both on the Island and here in Florida," Stephen Lawson said. "He doesn't believe any loss of life has been inflated. Ron is focused on continuing to help our Puerto Rican neighbors recover and create opportunities for those who have moved to Florida succeed."

Rick Scott tweeted:

I disagree with @POTUS– an independent study said thousands were lost and Gov. Rosselló agreed. I've been to Puerto Rico 7 times & saw devastation firsthand. The loss of any life is tragic; the extent of lives lost as a result of Maria is heart wrenching. I'll continue to help PR.

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Yeah, where's the pictures of the dead? All them cell phones everywhere. I have yet to see one picture of someone dead in debris or anywhere else. I've seen a couple of dead animals, though. You look up Katrina victims, all kinds of photos of dead people.
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Re: Florida Republicans distancing themselves from Trump's false claims about Puerto Rico storm death
No less an authority than CBS 1 month ago published the OFFICIAL Puerto Rico Government death toll at 64!

The official government count of the number of people killed when Hurricane Maria pummeled Puerto Rico last year stands at 64

Less than 50%

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Independent researchers from the George Washington University have estimated that 2,975 died in Puerto Rico in the six months following Hurricane Maria in 2017 – a far cry from the government's original official death toll of 64. The authors of the study also found that individuals in low-income areas and elderly men were most at risk for death on the island from September 2017 through February 2018.

The researchers' findings had been much anticipated. Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló ordered the George Washington University study in February in the face of mounting public pressure over his administration's failure to adequately count the number of deaths in the storm's aftermath.

"The results of our epidemiological study suggest that, tragically, Hurricane Maria led to a large number of excess deaths throughout the island," said Dr. Carlos Santos-Burgoa, the principal investigator of the project and a professor of global health at George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. "We hope this report and its recommendations will help build the island's resilience and pave the way toward a plan that will protect all sectors of society in times of natural disasters."

In the aftermath of the catastrophic storm, which tore through Puerto Rico last September, the government's official death toll has held steady at 64, despite several academic assessments that asserted that the official death count does not come close to the actual one. The government of Puerto Rico even acknowledged that figure was likely inaccurate and would be adjusted once the George Washington researchers completed their analysis.

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Re: Florida Republicans distancing themselves from Trump's false claims about Puerto Rico storm death
No less an authority than CBS 1 month ago published the OFFICIAL Puerto Rico Government death toll at 64!

The official government count of the number of people killed when Hurricane Maria pummeled Puerto Rico last year stands at 64

Less than 50%

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 Quoting: WaitTressSandwhich


Why didn't you include what the rest of that story said?

New study sheds light on death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico

The official government count of the number of people killed when Hurricane Maria pummeled Puerto Rico last year stands at 64. But researchers say the true number of deaths may actually be much higher. A new analysis puts the figure at 1,139. While that's many times the official figure, it is not as high as another study that came out earlier this year.

The researchers used official government death records in their study, according to a paper on the findings published Thursday in the Journal of the American Medical Association, a peer-reviewed medical journal. The findings took into account people who died from both the hurricane's immediate impact and its secondary effects during the months after it barreled into Puerto Rico in September.

"If we have a better idea of the damage that Hurricane Maria actually did, then maybe we can use that experience to inform and reshape protocols, policies and emergency management protocols," Alexis Raúl Santos, an assistant professor of human development and family studies at Penn State, said in a news release on the findings.

The news release says this study is different from other estimates that used data from surveys or government agencies, "which may not be reliable." A Harvard University study released in May said the hurricane was likely responsible for more than 4,600 deaths, a figure that was based on results of a door-to-door survey of 3,299 randomly selected homes across the island.

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President Trump is right of course. 3000 people did not die in Puerto Rico.

We would have seen news crews all over that story if it had happened.
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Re: Florida Republicans distancing themselves from Trump's false claims about Puerto Rico storm death
No less an authority than CBS 1 month ago published the OFFICIAL Puerto Rico Government death toll at 64!

The official government count of the number of people killed when Hurricane Maria pummeled Puerto Rico last year stands at 64

Less than 50%

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 Quoting: WaitTressSandwhich


Why didn't you include what the rest of that story said?

New study sheds light on death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico

The official government count of the number of people killed when Hurricane Maria pummeled Puerto Rico last year stands at 64. But researchers say the true number of deaths may actually be much higher. A new analysis puts the figure at 1,139. While that's many times the official figure, it is not as high as another study that came out earlier this year.

The researchers used official government death records in their study, according to a paper on the findings published Thursday in the Journal of the American Medical Association, a peer-reviewed medical journal. The findings took into account people who died from both the hurricane's immediate impact and its secondary effects during the months after it barreled into Puerto Rico in September.

"If we have a better idea of the damage that Hurricane Maria actually did, then maybe we can use that experience to inform and reshape protocols, policies and emergency management protocols," Alexis Raúl Santos, an assistant professor of human development and family studies at Penn State, said in a news release on the findings.

The news release says this study is different from other estimates that used data from surveys or government agencies, "which may not be reliable." A Harvard University study released in May said the hurricane was likely responsible for more than 4,600 deaths, a figure that was based on results of a door-to-door survey of 3,299 randomly selected homes across the island.

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 Quoting: Fast and Bulbous


Because the rest of the story is bullshit. A bunch of liberals wanted to add "secondary deaths" to the offical death toll just as a way to bash Trump....which is exactly whats happening.

they never did this Obama
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no they are not 3000 people did not die in the storm

more fake news by liberal idiots
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Re: Florida Republicans distancing themselves from Trump's false claims about Puerto Rico storm death
Independent researchers from the George Washington University have estimated that 2,975 died in Puerto Rico in the six months following Hurricane Maria in 2017 – a far cry from the government's original official death toll of 64. The authors of the study also found that individuals in low-income areas and elderly men were most at risk for death on the island from September 2017 through February 2018.

The researchers' findings had been much anticipated. Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló ordered the George Washington University study in February in the face of mounting public pressure over his administration's failure to adequately count the number of deaths in the storm's aftermath.

"The results of our epidemiological study suggest that, tragically, Hurricane Maria led to a large number of excess deaths throughout the island," said Dr. Carlos Santos-Burgoa, the principal investigator of the project and a professor of global health at George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. "We hope this report and its recommendations will help build the island's resilience and pave the way toward a plan that will protect all sectors of society in times of natural disasters."

In the aftermath of the catastrophic storm, which tore through Puerto Rico last September, the government's official death toll has held steady at 64, despite several academic assessments that asserted that the official death count does not come close to the actual one. The government of Puerto Rico even acknowledged that figure was likely inaccurate and would be adjusted once the George Washington researchers completed their analysis.

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 Quoting: Jillian Snark


No less an authority than CBS 1 month ago published the OFFICIAL Puerto Rico Government death toll at 64!

The official government count of the number of people killed when Hurricane Maria pummeled Puerto Rico last year stands at 64

Less than 50%

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 Quoting: WaitTressSandwhich


Why didn't you include what the rest of that story said?

New study sheds light on death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico

The official government count of the number of people killed when Hurricane Maria pummeled Puerto Rico last year stands at 64. But researchers say the true number of deaths may actually be much higher. A new analysis puts the figure at 1,139. While that's many times the official figure, it is not as high as another study that came out earlier this year.

The researchers used official government death records in their study, according to a paper on the findings published Thursday in the Journal of the American Medical Association, a peer-reviewed medical journal. The findings took into account people who died from both the hurricane's immediate impact and its secondary effects during the months after it barreled into Puerto Rico in September.

"If we have a better idea of the damage that Hurricane Maria actually did, then maybe we can use that experience to inform and reshape protocols, policies and emergency management protocols," Alexis Raúl Santos, an assistant professor of human development and family studies at Penn State, said in a news release on the findings.

The news release says this study is different from other estimates that used data from surveys or government agencies, "which may not be reliable." A Harvard University study released in May said the hurricane was likely responsible for more than 4,600 deaths, a figure that was based on results of a door-to-door survey of 3,299 randomly selected homes across the island.

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 Quoting: Fast and Bulbous


Because the rest of the story is bullshit. A bunch of liberals wanted to add "secondary deaths" to the offical death toll just as a way to bash Trump....which is exactly whats happening.

they never did this Obama
 Quoting: WaitTressSandwhich


Nice try, but selective editing gets you nowhere.

Anyway, I do not think the above was authored by "a bunch of liberals wanted to add "secondary deaths". Maybe that's why Governor Rosello in the video above has announced the official death toll is 2,975 souls.
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you morans make up so much fake news it is hilarious

it was based on a study done by Harvard


and they never sent a single person to Puerto rico to

do the study
#walkaway
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you morans make up so much fake news it is hilarious

it was based on a study done by Harvard


and they never sent a single person to Puerto rico to

do the study
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Morans? Sorry, but the cited study was not performed by Harvard. Read again.
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No one bashed Trump. He bashed himself with his stupid tweets. Gives himself an A+, cause that's all that matters to him, it's all about him. Why do you guys cover for this liar, skew articles and news reports so it looks like the liar in chief is right when he's out of his mind.
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Independent researchers from the George Washington University have estimated that 2,975 died in Puerto Rico in the six months following Hurricane Maria in 2017 – a far cry from the government's original official death toll of 64. The authors of the study also found that individuals in low-income areas and elderly men were most at risk for death on the island from September 2017 through February 2018.

The researchers' findings had been much anticipated. Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló ordered the George Washington University study in February in the face of mounting public pressure over his administration's failure to adequately count the number of deaths in the storm's aftermath.

"The results of our epidemiological study suggest that, tragically, Hurricane Maria led to a large number of excess deaths throughout the island," said Dr. Carlos Santos-Burgoa, the principal investigator of the project and a professor of global health at George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. "We hope this report and its recommendations will help build the island's resilience and pave the way toward a plan that will protect all sectors of society in times of natural disasters."

In the aftermath of the catastrophic storm, which tore through Puerto Rico last September, the government's official death toll has held steady at 64, despite several academic assessments that asserted that the official death count does not come close to the actual one. The government of Puerto Rico even acknowledged that figure was likely inaccurate and would be adjusted once the George Washington researchers completed their analysis.

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 Quoting: Jillian Snark


No less an authority than CBS 1 month ago published the OFFICIAL Puerto Rico Government death toll at 64!

The official government count of the number of people killed when Hurricane Maria pummeled Puerto Rico last year stands at 64

Less than 50%

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 Quoting: WaitTressSandwhich


Why didn't you include what the rest of that story said?

New study sheds light on death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico

The official government count of the number of people killed when Hurricane Maria pummeled Puerto Rico last year stands at 64. But researchers say the true number of deaths may actually be much higher. A new analysis puts the figure at 1,139. While that's many times the official figure, it is not as high as another study that came out earlier this year.

The researchers used official government death records in their study, according to a paper on the findings published Thursday in the Journal of the American Medical Association, a peer-reviewed medical journal. The findings took into account people who died from both the hurricane's immediate impact and its secondary effects during the months after it barreled into Puerto Rico in September.

"If we have a better idea of the damage that Hurricane Maria actually did, then maybe we can use that experience to inform and reshape protocols, policies and emergency management protocols," Alexis Raúl Santos, an assistant professor of human development and family studies at Penn State, said in a news release on the findings.

The news release says this study is different from other estimates that used data from surveys or government agencies, "which may not be reliable." A Harvard University study released in May said the hurricane was likely responsible for more than 4,600 deaths, a figure that was based on results of a door-to-door survey of 3,299 randomly selected homes across the island.

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 Quoting: Fast and Bulbous


Because the rest of the story is bullshit. A bunch of liberals wanted to add "secondary deaths" to the offical death toll just as a way to bash Trump....which is exactly whats happening.

they never did this Obama
 Quoting: WaitTressSandwhich


Nice try, but selective editing gets you nowhere.

Anyway, I do not think the above was authored by "a bunch of liberals wanted to add "secondary deaths". Maybe that's why Governor Rosello in the video above has announced the official death toll is 2,975 souls.
 Quoting: Fast and Bulbous


and it's all Trumps fault....right??
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No one bashed Trump. He bashed himself with his stupid tweets. Gives himself an A+, cause that's all that matters to him, it's all about him. Why do you guys cover for this liar, skew articles and news reports so it looks like the liar in chief is right when he's out of his mind.
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Incorrect. Please try again.
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No one bashed Trump. He bashed himself with his stupid tweets. Gives himself an A+, cause that's all that matters to him, it's all about him. Why do you guys cover for this liar, skew articles and news reports so it looks like the liar in chief is right when he's out of his mind.
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Incorrect. Please try again.
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A definite case of TDS!
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They disagree with President Trump because all the Puerto Ricans that left the island and came to Florida will now be able to vote! It's politics securing votes.
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How about this. I think the University ( whoever )
thought they could determine the death count by
counting the live people walking around months
after the storm. So, they counted all missing
as dead. But ,what about all those who came to
the states or elsewhere.
The 2975 are not dead,they are somewhere else
and missing. ( dead ? )
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you morans make up so much fake news it is hilarious

it was based on a study done by Harvard


and they never sent a single person to Puerto rico to

do the study
 Quoting: jake


Morans? Sorry, but the cited study was not performed by Harvard. Read again.
 Quoting: Fast and Bulbous


LINK please

Lying lefty loons from Harvard let us see their sily data.

Puerto Rico wasted all the money given to them and crying for more dump them they only take.

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you morans make up so much fake news it is hilarious

it was based on a study done by Harvard


and they never sent a single person to Puerto rico to

do the study
 Quoting: jake


Morans? Sorry, but the cited study was not performed by Harvard. Read again.
 Quoting: Fast and Bulbous


LINK please
 Quoting: SilverPatriot


From several posts up:

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How about this. I think the University ( whoever )
thought they could determine the death count by
counting the live people walking around months
after the storm. So, they counted all missing
as dead. But ,what about all those who came to
the states or elsewhere.
The 2975 are not dead,they are somewhere else
and missing. ( dead ? )
 Quoting: jimmyrigger


Not to mention they counted "death's months after the storm had passed!" Wow...are they still adding to the death toll??

What the hell is that...the storm lasted 1 day but keeping counting people who died months later?
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Independent researchers from the George Washington University have estimated that 2,975 died in Puerto Rico in the six months following Hurricane Maria in 2017 – a far cry from the government's original official death toll of 64. The authors of the study also found that individuals in low-income areas and elderly men were most at risk for death on the island from September 2017 through February 2018.

The researchers' findings had been much anticipated. Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló ordered the George Washington University study in February in the face of mounting public pressure over his administration's failure to adequately count the number of deaths in the storm's aftermath.

"The results of our epidemiological study suggest that, tragically, Hurricane Maria led to a large number of excess deaths throughout the island," said Dr. Carlos Santos-Burgoa, the principal investigator of the project and a professor of global health at George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. "We hope this report and its recommendations will help build the island's resilience and pave the way toward a plan that will protect all sectors of society in times of natural disasters."

In the aftermath of the catastrophic storm, which tore through Puerto Rico last September, the government's official death toll has held steady at 64, despite several academic assessments that asserted that the official death count does not come close to the actual one. The government of Puerto Rico even acknowledged that figure was likely inaccurate and would be adjusted once the George Washington researchers completed their analysis.

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 Quoting: Jillian Snark


...


Why didn't you include what the rest of that story said?

New study sheds light on death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico

The official government count of the number of people killed when Hurricane Maria pummeled Puerto Rico last year stands at 64. But researchers say the true number of deaths may actually be much higher. A new analysis puts the figure at 1,139. While that's many times the official figure, it is not as high as another study that came out earlier this year.

The researchers used official government death records in their study, according to a paper on the findings published Thursday in the Journal of the American Medical Association, a peer-reviewed medical journal. The findings took into account people who died from both the hurricane's immediate impact and its secondary effects during the months after it barreled into Puerto Rico in September.

"If we have a better idea of the damage that Hurricane Maria actually did, then maybe we can use that experience to inform and reshape protocols, policies and emergency management protocols," Alexis Raúl Santos, an assistant professor of human development and family studies at Penn State, said in a news release on the findings.

The news release says this study is different from other estimates that used data from surveys or government agencies, "which may not be reliable." A Harvard University study released in May said the hurricane was likely responsible for more than 4,600 deaths, a figure that was based on results of a door-to-door survey of 3,299 randomly selected homes across the island.

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 Quoting: Fast and Bulbous


Because the rest of the story is bullshit. A bunch of liberals wanted to add "secondary deaths" to the offical death toll just as a way to bash Trump....which is exactly whats happening.

they never did this Obama
 Quoting: WaitTressSandwhich


Nice try, but selective editing gets you nowhere.

Anyway, I do not think the above was authored by "a bunch of liberals wanted to add "secondary deaths". Maybe that's why Governor Rosello in the video above has announced the official death toll is 2,975 souls.
 Quoting: Fast and Bulbous


and it's all Trumps fault....right??
 Quoting: WaitTressSandwhich


- A President is NOT responsible for the deaths a Hurricane directly causes, which in the case of Maria was between 18-64

- A President IS responsible for the deaths caused in the aftermath of a storm because of lack of coordination, responce and aid, which in this case is 2900+
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Independent researchers from the George Washington University have estimated that 2,975 died in Puerto Rico in the six months following Hurricane Maria in 2017 – a far cry from the government's original official death toll of 64. The authors of the study also found that individuals in low-income areas and elderly men were most at risk for death on the island from September 2017 through February 2018.

The researchers' findings had been much anticipated. Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló ordered the George Washington University study in February in the face of mounting public pressure over his administration's failure to adequately count the number of deaths in the storm's aftermath.

"The results of our epidemiological study suggest that, tragically, Hurricane Maria led to a large number of excess deaths throughout the island," said Dr. Carlos Santos-Burgoa, the principal investigator of the project and a professor of global health at George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. "We hope this report and its recommendations will help build the island's resilience and pave the way toward a plan that will protect all sectors of society in times of natural disasters."

In the aftermath of the catastrophic storm, which tore through Puerto Rico last September, the government's official death toll has held steady at 64, despite several academic assessments that asserted that the official death count does not come close to the actual one. The government of Puerto Rico even acknowledged that figure was likely inaccurate and would be adjusted once the George Washington researchers completed their analysis.

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 Quoting: Jillian Snark


...


Because the rest of the story is bullshit. A bunch of liberals wanted to add "secondary deaths" to the offical death toll just as a way to bash Trump....which is exactly whats happening.

they never did this Obama
 Quoting: WaitTressSandwhich


Nice try, but selective editing gets you nowhere.

Anyway, I do not think the above was authored by "a bunch of liberals wanted to add "secondary deaths". Maybe that's why Governor Rosello in the video above has announced the official death toll is 2,975 souls.
 Quoting: Fast and Bulbous


and it's all Trumps fault....right??
 Quoting: WaitTressSandwhich


- A President is NOT responsible for the deaths a Hurricane directly causes, which in the case of Maria was between 18-64

- A President IS responsible for the deaths caused in the aftermath of a storm because of lack of coordination, responce and aid, which in this case is 2900+
 Quoting: Fast and Bulbous


Prove to me they all died as a result of poor coordination and that the "poor coordination" was Trumps fault.
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you morans make up so much fake news it is hilarious

it was based on a study done by Harvard


and they never sent a single person to Puerto rico to

do the study
 Quoting: jake


Morans? Sorry, but the cited study was not performed by Harvard. Read again.
 Quoting: Fast and Bulbous


LINK please
 Quoting: SilverPatriot


From several posts up:

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 Quoting: Jillian Snark


Not Harvard and this study seemed to include ANY death afterthe hurricane.

Wouldliketo see a breakdown of all the money and supplies given to them and why are they crying formore.
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No one bashed Trump. He bashed himself with his stupid tweets. Gives himself an A+, cause that's all that matters to him, it's all about him. Why do you guys cover for this liar, skew articles and news reports so it looks like the liar in chief is right when he's out of his mind.
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Like when we were told that our ambassador was murdered in Benghazi because of a video?


Fucking losers
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No one bashed Trump. He bashed himself with his stupid tweets. Gives himself an A+, cause that's all that matters to him, it's all about him. Why do you guys cover for this liar, skew articles and news reports so it looks like the liar in chief is right when he's out of his mind.
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Like when we were told that our ambassador was murdered in Benghazi because of a video?


Fucking losers
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Lots of them moved to Florida.
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No one bashed Trump. He bashed himself with his stupid tweets. Gives himself an A+, cause that's all that matters to him, it's all about him. Why do you guys cover for this liar, skew articles and news reports so it looks like the liar in chief is right when he's out of his mind.
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Like when we were told that our ambassador was murdered in Benghazi because of a video?


Fucking losers
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But her emails.
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Morans? Sorry, but the cited study was not performed by Harvard. Read again.
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LINK please
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From several posts up:

[link to publichealth.gwu.edu (secure)]
 Quoting: Jillian Snark


Not Harvard and this study seemed to include ANY death afterthe hurricane.

Wouldliketo see a breakdown of all the money and supplies given to them and why are they crying formore.
 Quoting: SilverPatriot


By the time Trump finished tossing paper towels and people and was wheels up from San Juan in Air Force One, the official tally had more than doubled, from 16 to 45. And the numbers just kept climbing and climbing after the storm while most of the island remained without power pretty much until five minutes ago. Three months after the storm, the estimated body count was over 1,000 and it kept climbing after that, as residents died from lack of health care, water, food ... and oh yeah, electricity. The current estimate is 2,975, and it could be more than that. But those people don't count.