Columnist for Puerto Rico's largest paper: I'm sorry you thought my 'Jews control Congress' article was anti-Semitic.
Nearly four months after Hurricane Maria first made landfall on Puerto Rico, the situation on the island is still deadly serious.
Nearly half the island still doesn’t have any power. The death toll continues its upward ascension. Authorities in the unincorporated U.S. territory are still struggling to provide enough food and medical supplies.
Who is to blame for the slow-going recovery? The Jews, of course, according to a columnist for Nuevo Dia, or New Day, Puerto Rico’s largest newspaper.
In an op-ed titled “What does ‘the Jew’ want with the colony?” (oh boy), Wilda Rodriguez posits that recovery efforts in Puerto Rico are being stymied not by lawmakers on the mainland, but by — ahem — shifty Wall Street operatives.