Donald Trump has a conspiracy theory and these are the only replies you need
I can't imagine the anger and pain these words will cause. What a disgrace.https://t.co/j40NoBjFLu
— Stephen Hayes (@stephenfhayes) September 13, 2018
Let’s deal in facts, shall we?
Here is the official George Washington University report which estimates that 2,975 people died.https://t.co/X7Us0f73Ev
— James Cook (@BBCJamesCook) September 13, 2018
Go to hell.
Go directly to hell.
Do not pass Go.
Do not collect $200. https://t.co/HVy1Fg4Q6o
— Charles P. Pierce (@CharlesPPierce) September 13, 2018
— Amnesty International (@amnestyusa) September 13, 2018
Don't worry I'm sure the second tweet in this thread will clear everything up https://t.co/XW2Dng4KGF
— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) September 13, 2018
In the next tweet, he asserts Democrats inflated the death toll from 18 to 3000 just to attack him. At best he's delusional, at worst, he lacks any sense of humanity. No other President could have dismissed the deaths of American citizens like this and survived. It's past time. https://t.co/blZdVungmb
— Joyce Alene (@JoyceWhiteVance) September 13, 2018
You’re right, Mr. President. The Hurricane didn’t kill 3,000 people. Your botched response did. https://t.co/PifAMD9aaE
— Senator Bob Menendez (@SenatorMenendez) September 13, 2018
Of course, it’s not fair to say Trump did nothing to help in Puerto Rico. Remember this?
President Trump throws paper towels into the crowd at a Hurricane Maria relief event in Puerto Rico https://t.co/FLHYyPsaLD
— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 3, 2017