By Perly Viasmensky
At the beginning when the Coronavirus hit us without mercy, I wrote that I was convinced, without a doubt, that it was a bioweapon purposely sent to eliminate a great amount of people and disturb our presidential elections. Some people claimed that I was too cynical or totally crazy.
Many people have lost their lives because of this virus; we are forgetting the most vulnerable people (not our senior citizens), the ones in our state and county prisons, the ones treated as garbage, forgetting the fact that they are also human beings deserving to have protection against this deadly virus.
Let’s take, as an example, Terminal Island Federal Prison in San Pedro, California: 34 miles from Los Angeles, where 600 inmates out of the 1,053 inmates housed in that facility have been infected by the coronavirus. Three inmates died in a single day after being on a ventilator in the hospital. One of them was put in a ventilator five days after being hospitalized. Five people died; one of them was a friend of mine.
When the President Trump administration officials claimed the virus might be a bioweapon, some researchers said it cast a shadow over the idea of a lab leak. Those researchers pinned their hopes on a joint inquiry by the WHO and China, even as the Chinese government tried to bend the investigation to its advantage.
Now, everything is coming to light with Dr. Anthony Fauci as the first figure of doubt. I, personally, believe Dr. Fauci is guilty of lying
to the American people.
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Puerto Rico should take care of its own people When Matt Walsh, writer and speaker of the Daily Wire heard about the living conditions of the “abuela” of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the communist U.S. Representative from New York, he didn’t hesitate to open a GoFundMe account to help with the repairs of the old lady’s home.
In a matter of four days $104,000 was raised and the arrogant AOC came out publicly after posting online pictures of the home of her grandmother — “abuela” — with buckets to catch the leaking from the roof, saying they don’t need “charity,” and refused to accept the
In her narrow mentality, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, continues displaying her hate toward President Donald Trump and blames him for
her abuela’s living condition caused by Hurricane Maria.
What a nerve this woman has! Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico ripping wooden and tin roofs off homes on September 20. 2017. Now,
four years later she wants to continue blaming President Trump for her abuela’s problems.
Yes, OAC is right, President Trump spoke directly to Hurricane Maria asking it to go specifically to her abuela’s home and destroy her
roof. Now, four years later, Maria continues “urinating” on her abuela’s roof.
President Donald Trump stopped aid to Puerto Rico because of the corruption going on there and the fact that Puerto Rico wasn’t doing
anything to fix their own problems. They expected the rest of America to do everything for them. They didn’t even distribute the drinking
water they had.
This little woman is always quick to protest and criticize, but if she is so concerned about her abuela and the people of Puerto Rico, what
is she doing in New York? She should pack her belongings and her live-in boyfriend, go to Puerto Rico and run for governor to see if
she can do better for the people of Puerto Rico.
Besides, why is she demanding special treatment for Puerto Rico and her abuela when Puerto Ricans have no say in our presidential
Article II, Section 1 of the United States Constitution makes it very clear that only states can participate in the electoral process. The
only way citizens of the United States territories can participate in the presidential elections is if they have official residency in the
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez claims they don’t want charity, referring to the GoFundMe account. Well, this is a woman who earns a salary of
$174,000 annually, which is well over twice the national average household income. Instead of blaming President Donald Trump, she
should be taking care of her abuela, if she is that concerned.
Also, most senators, representatives, delegates and the resident commissioner from Puerto Rico make the same salary of $174,000 per
year, so if she moves to Puerto Rico to take care of her abuela, as is her obligation, instead of playing victim, she could run for one of
those positions and her bank account would not suffer.
Puerto Rico wants to be independent, but first, it should take care of its own people.
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“Kamala, go home”
Last, but not least, the trip to Guatemala of Kamala Harris was a total fiasco. The people of Guatemala showed her their dislike with
signs reading “Kamala, go home,” “Kamala, stop supporting criminals,” and others showing their dislike.
The woman showed one more time that she didn’t care about the American people when she expressed her opinion of sending the manpower from big American companies to Guatemala to stop the border crisis. Apparently, the unemployment line in the United States is not long enough to suit Ms. Kamala.
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Perly Viasmensky is the General Manager of the Las Vegas Tribune. She writes a weekly column in this newspaper. To contact Perly Viasmensky, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org