Skip to comments.Where is the list of 3,000 Puerto Rican deaths? [Vanity]
Posted on 09/16/2018 9:29:50 AM PDT by Reno89519
Okay, the media and GWU Research says 3,000 people died in Puerto Rico as a result of the Trump administration 2017 hurricane response. Fine, where is the list? Has anyone seen a list of these 3,000 victims? Names, dates, locations, and cause of death?
Better yet, Show me the graves, Show me the death certificates!
Yes, death certificates for each and every one of them.
Yes. We need the list so we can properly mourn the loss of each and every individual.
No doubt PDJT ordered any list destroyed.
Which of the following are deaths caused by a storm—
1. Tree crashes through roof in home, kills residents in bed.
2. Flood waters wash house away drowning inhabitants
3. Man electrocutes himself trying to use a generator during black out during storm.
4. Man dies of CO poisoning three months after storm because power has not been restored.
5. Man dies of tetanus after stepping on a nail from hurricane damage.
6. Man falls off ladder trying to repair gutter ripped of a house by a storm
7. Man dies in car accident returning from Home Depot after buying dehumidifier to dry out wet basement a week after storm passes,
8. Man dies from heart attack lifting wet boxes out of basement a month after storm
9. Man dies from asthma attack caused by moldy drywall in home a year after storm.
1-3 yes rest no?
Yes to 1, 2, 3, and 5. No to the others.
Lies. So many lies these days. Has the Prince of Lies taken over our country?
This study was about as unscientific as it gets.
It was based on deaths of the previous years and how many more this year.
Of course, 3000 skipped town. My guess...if you were missing, you were assumed dead.
Wonder how many ILLEGAL ALIENS hop skipped to Florida with no ID and swore up and down they were Puerto Rican.
Check with the Democrat Voter registrar in San Juan....
And now they are going to vote in Florida, by court order. The living dead, voting.
Count the Death Certificates!
When everything is persistent outrage, everything becomes one up on outrage.
Yeah, this methodology sure looks sketchy...
It's a good resource:
Cause of death.
2018 lawsuits and corrections
Deadliest United States hurricanes Rank Hurricane Season Fatalities
1 “Galveston” 1900 8,00012,000
2 “San Ciriaco” 1899 3,389
3 Maria 2017 2,982
4 “Okeechobee” 1928 2,823
5 “Cheniere Caminada” 1893 2,000
6 Katrina 2005 1,2451,836
7 “Sea Islands” 1893 1,0002,000
8 “Indianola” 1875 771
9 “Florida Keys” 1919 745
10 “Georgia” 1881 700
Reference: Deadliest US hurricanes
In light of mounting evidence contradicting the official government death toll and allegations of a coverup, CNN and Puerto Rico’s Center for Investigative Journalism filed three lawsuits against the Government of Puerto Rico in February 2018.
The lawsuits requested the government to release “death certificates and related data”. During court hearings, the government argued that at least some information should be withheld over privacy concerns for the dead.
On June 4, Superior Court Judge Lauracelis Roques Arroyo ruled the requested information to be public record and ordered the data to be published within a week.
The government filed a motion to delay the release of these records on June 12, citing more time was needed to compile the information due to limited staff and budgeting. However, the court rejected the motion and maintained the original release date.
Accordingly the Government of Puerto Rico released updated death statistics for the months following Hurricane Maria on June 13. Compared to the average deaths in September to December 20132016, September to December 2017 had 1,427 excess deaths; however, it is unknown how many of these deaths are attributable to the hurricane. Furthermore, the government acknowledged the death toll was greater than 64 but an official revision would not be made until the results of George Washington University study were published.
Dont worry, theyll come up with a list of names. Id ask for death certificates.
1 and 2 yes. NO on all the others that involve carelessness, stupidity, poor health, or bad luck.
He certainly has it under his attack.
Nice simultaneous reference to John 8:44 and 14:30. Also Ephesians 2:2, if one wants to say “the prince of the power of the airwaves” these days.
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