Listen, in the audio, below, to this desperate Puerto Rican cop (or employee of a police department) who is at Ground Zero with the Puerto Rican people who lack food and water and basic necessities and have no means to acquire them unless they are delivered, which is not happening, at least not very effectively.

The liberal waste product who passes for the mayor of San Juan, as well as other Democrat politicians and the liberal mainstream media, have all been quick to blame President Trump. Never mind that the facts bely their narrative. When did the truth matter to liberal weenies?

Starting to make the rounds now is a call from Guyanabo, Puerto Rico on Thursday by a desperate female employee of a police department into a City New York radio station (97.9 La Mega).

According to Dan Sessions, it is not clear whether the woman actually is a police officer or a police department employee; her (translated) phrasing is “work for Puerto Rico’s police.” However, she is adamant that plenty of aid material has been arriving from the mainland United States, but that Puerto Rico’s corrupt, dysfunctional government is purposely failing to distribute the critical supplies, in large part because of self-interested motives by the Democrat Party-affiliated mayor of San Juan, Carmen Yulín Cruz (member of Puerto Rico’s anti-statehood Popular Democratic Party) and the Democrat Party-affiliated governor of Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rosselló (member of pro-statehood New Progressive Party).

Early in the call, the woman from Puerto Rico points fingers:

“The Mayor, Carmen Yulin, is not allowing anyone to distribute… We need… what Puerto Ricans need is that the U.S. armed forces come in and distribute the aid. And that they stop the governor, Rosello, and the mayor, Yulin, on doing what they are doing… It’s an abuse, it looks like communism, in our own island.” (VIDEO BELOW)

Later, she adds:

“I am embarrassed, as a Boricua [slang term for “Puerto Rican”] to work for Puerto Rico’s police and see that we cannot do anything.  There are dozens and thousands and thousands of food and when people ask we cannot give anything away because [Mayor] Carmen Yulin says that we cannot take anything out; because everything is a soap opera, everything is a show and there have to be cameras here and there. … Because you know they are just looking for votes for the upcoming years.”

At another point, she calls out Governor Rosello again because of an inordinate concern for public relations:

“We want the U.S. to come in, that the strongest forces come in and take the governor out, he is not doing anything, he is just going around and around, …and everyone is like: ‘oh, look how nice, the governor, he is going in the mud, he is going in the water,’ And where is it?  Pardon the expression: WHERE IS THE FOOD?”

At no point does the distraught caller point a finger at – or even mention – President Trump. (Unlike the statist-sanctioned satirists at Saturday Night Live so eager to create a false narrative that the ongoing problems in Puerto Rico are somehow the fault of President Trump.)