Well, however 'insensitive' and 'politically incorrect' President Trumps remarks might have seemed to some, they were RIGHT on the money, a massive dose of truth for a world that still doesn't want to hear it. As we see very few pictures of any Puerto Ricans helping out clearing roads or doing other things to help the situation progress while countless Puerto Ricans search for a cell phone signal that they will probably be waiting a very, very long time for.
Proving to us how completely useless cell phones will be when the power goes out, we completely understand that people need to get a hold of relatives to confirm they are safe or for countless other reasons. And for a country that completely lost their electricity, going without it for such a long period of time has got to be nerve racking for loved ones who don't know if family members are safe or not. Yet once again, we get 100% proof that if we're counting on our cell phones in dire emergencies, we better make other plans.
As we see in the next series of photographs below, there is a tremendous amount of work to be done in Puerto Rico to get the country back to 'normal' - but sadly, it appears that not enough Puerto Ricans are there to get the work done, especially with so many people still searching for cell phone signals as seen in the photographs above.
Was President Trump correct when he tweeted that "Puerto Ricans just want everything done for them"? Every one of these people cleaning up this horrible mess sure look like they could use a little bit of help.
For those who still believe a standard cell phone will be a reliable 'survival tool' that can be counted upon in times of need, we hope that the photographs in this story change your mind. A much better alternative for those who have the funds available would be to invest in a satellite phone, citizens band or HAM radio.
The 2nd and 3rd videos below both look at the unfolding situation in Puerto Rico from two different angles. The 2nd video shares an analysis of Puerto Rico from the 'alternative media' while the final video is a recent NBC report.