Puerto Rico’s June 26-30 political week in tweets
Puerto Rico faced a lot of activity last week, politically speaking, and here are the biggest issues as shown by Twitter.
Independents can’t decide on who’s a better political candidate: Clinton, Trump, or a Giant Meteor.
Among independents it's practically a 3 way tie- Clinton 35, Trump 31, Giant Meteor 27: https://t.co/lDi0IFEPEo
— PublicPolicyPolling (@ppppolls) June 30, 2016
Christopher Columbus now looks over Puerto Rico as the island spirals into an economic downturn.
How fitting: Puerto Rico unveils big-ass Chris Columbus statute at the height of its neocolonial economic crisis https://t.co/oyDaWYSB7R
— Gabriella Coleman (@BiellaColeman) June 30, 2016
Sanders speaking up for Puerto Rican rights.
The time has come to stop treating Puerto Rico like a colony and start treating the people of Puerto Rico as American citizens.
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) June 29, 2016
Puerto Rico’s minimum wage recently fell to $4.25 per hour.
MORE: #PuertoRico bailout allows US territory to lower its minimum wage to $4.25 per hour. https://t.co/p60fuLyKz7 pic.twitter.com/0oOuCr3RR9
— RT America (@RT_America) June 29, 2016
What $2 billion dollars in debt looks like for Puerto Rico…
Here's a breakdown of Puerto Rico's $2 billion debt https://t.co/HBfo7IVYHX pic.twitter.com/f0UBjlnnjJ
— Bloomberg (@business) June 30, 2016
President Obama passes Promesa Act for Puerto Rico debt crisis.
#BREAKING: @POTUS has signed #PROMESA into law, Governor @agarciapadilla declares immediate cease of debt payments. pic.twitter.com/yVGcKzhDgp
— Pasquines (@Pasquines_US) June 30, 2016
MA Senator, Elizabeth Warren, makes a mark on the campaign trail to support Hillary Clinton.
Elizabeth Warren campaigns with Hillary Clinton. https://t.co/c0LXph4jOL pic.twitter.com/WDPBfAueab
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) June 30, 2016