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Entire Country Without Power After Hurricane Maria


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Hurricane Maria is in charge of knocking out power in Puerto Rico. Ana Kasparian, Hasan Piker, and Brett Erlich, the hosts of The Young Turks, offer you the details. Tell us what you think in the remark area below.

" Storm Maria has knocked out power to the whole island of Puerto Rico, home to 3.5 m people, emergency situation authorities have actually stated.

Abner Gómez, head of the calamity monitoring firm, claimed none of the consumers of Puerto Rico's Electric Power Authority had any kind of electrical power.
The United States National Hurricane Facility claimed "catastrophic" flooding was sweeping components of the island.

Maria is removaling away from Puerto Rico, weakening to a classification 2 tornado.
" When we have the ability to go outside, we are mosting likely to locate our island ruined," Mr Gómez was quoted as stating by the El Nuevo Dia paper.

" It's a system that has destroyed whatever in its path."

The United States territory's governor, Ricardo Rossello, issued a time limit for 18:00 neighborhood time (22:00 GMT) on Wednesday night via very early Saturday early morning."

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  1. Posted by KylexSheppard, at Reply

    This is how we do it down in Puerto Rico

  2. Posted by Ignorance Isbliss, at Reply

    Entire country…hahaha. luv you guys, but that’s funny.

  3. Posted by Richard Barnett, at Reply

    Peurto Rico isn’t a country. It’s part of the U.S., so if you’re going to say that an entire country is without power in reference to Puerto Rico, you’re in fact claiming the entire U.S. is without power. That’s simply not true.

  4. Posted by apostlen712, at Reply

    Puerto Rico is not a country it is a US territory

  5. Posted by Kyle Robinson, at Reply

    PUERTO RICO IS NOT ITS OWN COUNTRY! For fucks sake, even TYT is making this mistake. Puerto Ricans are American just like somone from Wyoming or California. And, no, people do not ’emigrate’ from PR they just move.

    • Posted by PlayerSkillFTW, at Reply

      Not exactly. Puerto Ricans have a second class citizenship. They can be drafted (which is the whole reason they were granted second class citizenship), yet they can’t vote for President, and have no representation in Congress. They’re basically a colony of the United States Empire.

    • Posted by Kyle Robinson, at Reply

      Yes, I am aware of this. Not disagreeing with you. But they are still American citizens nonetheless.

  6. Posted by ZCorp Alpha, at Reply

    ” Welcome to your Future “

  7. Posted by boredrunner, at Reply

    Why not just say all of peurto rico lost power in the title? Instead of country

  8. Posted by Chase B, at Reply

    Puerto Rico is not a country

    • Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

      How do you figure, Cletus?

  9. Posted by Ju!, at Reply

    Puerto Rico isn’t an independant country, they are US citizens. It needs to made clear that Puerto Rico is US soil. We have had 3 category 4 hurricanes hit US soil in a month. People in the US won’t care if it isn’t made clear that this is fellow citizens, because of our self importance.

  10. Posted by NozeNugget NozeNugget, at Reply

    Thanks Brett for shinning light on the flight. It gives some positive amidst this shitty hurricane season. That pilot and his crew are da bawz!!!

  11. Posted by ocelotecpatl, at Reply

    Puerto Rican isn’t a country. It’s a colony.

    • Posted by vaagventje, at Reply

      from our side of the water here in Europe. we still consider america some British rebellions colony. but you call your selfs a country and you dont hear us judge

    • Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

      A country is a region that is identified as a distinct national entity in political geography. A country may be an independent sovereign state or one that is occupied by another state, as a non-sovereign or formerly sovereign political division, or a geographic region associated with sets of previously independent or differently associated people with distinct political characteristics. Regardless of the physical geography, in the modern internationally accepted legal definition as defined by the League of Nations in 1937 and reaffirmed by the United Nations in 1945, a resident of a country is subject to the independent exercise[clarification needed] of legal jurisdiction.

  12. Posted by clevawoman, at Reply

    Country? Puerto Rico is a part of the US. lawd.

  13. Posted by Xanatise _, at Reply

    Puerto Rico isn’t a country, it is a dependent territory of the United States. Every year they apply to become the 51st state but get rejected.

    • Posted by Tamir Almeida, at Reply

      Xanatise _ that is not true

    • Posted by Tori Hairston, at Reply

      Tamir Almeida then what is true?

    • Posted by Aaron Wantuck, at Reply

      +Tamir Almeida, Actually it is true. According to Wikipedia they recently had a vote and over 50% percent of the population wanted to becomes a state however many members of Congress seem to block them every time for some stupid reason. Puerto Rico may be poorer than the 50 states right now, but it has the potential to be the next “Hawaii” in terms of tourism, retirement, and military bases.

    • Posted by Roy Paris, at Reply

      Xanatise _ yeah and they are wicked bankrupt and we gotta bail out their asses……

  14. Posted by Mat Broomfield, at Reply

    I’m surprised that the power is so vulnerable to destruction. I can understand the power poles and lines, but the stations themselves? If this place is part of the US, surely thousands of US specialists and billions of dollars are already on their way to help them recover right? Right?

  15. Posted by Jennifer Scott-Checki, at Reply

    Puerto Rico is not- NOT- a country! It is a territory of this one.

  16. Posted by Talson PwdrHound, at Reply

    Thank you Richard…I saw the click bait and was interested to see if something drastic had happened in the Dominican/Haiti…

  17. Posted by Zen Life, at Reply

    Listening to Ana is hardly tolerable. She’s got a voice for silent film. Her cadence is atrocious

  18. Posted by Max, at Reply

    Hmmmmmm, let’s see if I remember correctly. I do believe back in 2003 P.R FORCED the US Navy out to take over that base to try to bring the Cruise Liners as a home port. Well that’s the way they want…that is what they get.

  19. Posted by Tired_David - Twitch.tv, at Reply

    The Delta 431 story was from Hurricane Irma a couple of weeks ago, not Maria.