Ever since Hurricane Maria barreled through the island of Puerto Rico, people have been arguing about the federal government's response and whether it was “enough.”
President Donald Trump and other administration officials said they were doing everything they could — and those claims were backed by an appreciative Gov. Ricardo Rosselló.
Critics, bolstered by the harsh comments of San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz, suggested the president was ignoring the desperate cries for help coming from the island.
Enter former DNC Chairman Howard Dean, who believes he can solve the problem once and for all:
What we should do is turn over the rehab of Puerto Rico to the Clinton Foundation. They know what they are doing. You have no clue. https://t.co/2IxYqyG7CJ
— Howard Dean (@GovHowardDean) October 12, 2017
However, a few too many remembered what happened the last time the Clinton Foundation got involved in disaster relief:
Worked out great for Haiti. 🤡
— Rick Swift (@rickswift) October 12, 2017
Sure. My friend, a former CEO of Amex sent a ship of goods to Haiti & before it would be unloaded he was forced to pay 30,000 to Clintons
— Deplorabledonnawoman (@iiarwatch) October 12, 2017
The net worth of the Clintons rose remarkably once the Clinton Foundation got involved in Haiti. Haiti's net worth not so much.
— Nash Rambler (@NashRamblers) October 12, 2017
does #Chelsea need to have another wedding?
— Lisa Kell (@ljok1999) October 12, 2017
“I can't believe he gave me his Twitter password.” pic.twitter.com/jKGs7DV3DB
— Aaron FitzPatrick (@CheapSeats411) October 12, 2017
How did that work out for Haiti ???? Oh that's right a wedding for Chelsea
— SON OF LIBERTY (@fande3rls1) October 12, 2017
I’m from Puerto Rico and all I’m gonna say is stay away from the island and keep your money grabbing Clinton friends away!! You’re crazy!!
— red (@kotuzak) October 12, 2017
— U Talking To Me (@UTalkingToMe2) October 12, 2017
Yeah . . . and while we're at it, why not let Bernie Madoff handle the fundraising?
— JackieKPGH (@JackieKPGH) October 12, 2017
All of which begs the question:
LOL! Is this a Howard Dean parody account?
— Keith MacDonald GD (@Macs_Wax) October 12, 2017