WATCH: Maxine Waters Makes Good On Promise To ‘Attack’ Carson, Doesn’t End Well For Her

Crazy Congresswoman Maxine Waters was up to her usual antics on Thursday, when Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson appeared before the House Committee on Financial Services. The California Democrat has been telling her supporters for months that she intended to attack Carson, calling him an “educated fool.” However, when she made good on her promise this week, it didn’t end well for her.

“This morning, Trump threatened to abandon Puerto Rico recovery efforts,” said Waters, according to “President Trump served notice Thursday that he may pull back federal relief workers from Puerto Rico, effectively threatening to abandon a US territory amid a staggering humanitarian crisis in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria,” she added. “Do you agree with the President?”

“I certainly agree that Puerto Rico is a very important territory, and the people from Puerto Rico have contributed greatly to the culture of America,” Carson fired back.
“I’m not talking about that. What I’m talking about is these tweets,” Waters pressed.
“I have no intention of abandoning Puerto Rico, they’re a very important part of who we are,” said the Housing Secretary. “Our job is to make sure that we take care of a disaster that has occurred. Of course, it should not be abandoned. There’s no question that there have been a lot of difficulties in Puerto Rico.”
In a series of tweets on Thursday, President Donald Trump wrote, “We cannot keep FEMA, the Military & the First Responders, who have been amazing (under the most difficult circumstances) in P.R. forever!” Clearly, Trump didn’t say that help was ending immediately, but that seems to be how liberals falsely interpreted it.
The Democrats are all too eager to make Trump look bad, and they will twist any statement in order to achieve that. He was referring to the vast amounts of aid the U.S. has already sent to Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria, even as ungrateful politicians like San Juan Mayor Caren Yuliz Cruz Soto insult him.
The president’s tweets come at a time when only about 10 percent of the island’s 3.4 million residents have electricity, Puerto Rico’s government said Wednesday.
Guaynabo, a city the president and first lady Melania Trump visited last week, is also reportedly still without power.
Democrats have slammed the president’s tweets, with Sen. Tim Kaine (Va.) calling it “a stunning abandonment of our fellow Americans in their time of greatest need,” and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (N.Y.) asking why he treats Puerto Ricans “differently” than other Americans. [Source: The Hill]
What these politicians don’t seem to realize is that the aid to Puerto Rico cannot go on forever like their coveted welfare programs. Besides, why should the U.S. continue aiding Puerto Rico, placing even more strain on our already burdened taxpayers, when the recipients of our generosity respond by insulting us?
The Mayor of San Juan literally went so far as to condemn Trump while she stood in front of massive pallets piled high with aid from the U.S. Indeed, she acted precisely like a petulant teenager who is perpetually ungrateful, despite their parents providing them with every luxury known to man. Only an idiot would continue to enable a dog which bites the hand that feeds.
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