Is controversial San Juan mayor cranking out custom t-shirts by candlelight?

The mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, is all the rage in political circles because of her driving criticism of President Donald Trump, and does she ever play up to the billing, appearing on CNN with a T-shirt emblazoned with the words “help us, we are dying.”

…all the while, CNN host Anderson Cooper tries to act natural.

Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz wore the t-shirt while being interviewed live Friday night — the anti-Trump media only needs ONE person to trash the president and they flock to the political stooge like moths to a light.

Meanwhile, as Mayor Cruz talks about people dying, Fox News’ Geraldo Rivera is on the scene, saying, “I’m here. Who is dying? Why? Where? Let me help save them.”

Interestingly, when Rivera did catch up with Cruz, she lost the politically charged T-shirt in favor of a plain white polo, which makes one wonder if Fox News viewers are not worthy. As for people dying, Cruz seemed awfully happy for such carnage.

As expected, CNN was only too happy to help disseminate the anti-Trump political narrative Cruz is pushing, with Brian Stelter doing his part:

Turns out, Cruz can also crank out nifty custom printed hats by candlelight!

But the dramatic political theater was summed up nicely in a couple of tweets:



The reaction online evolved around a central theme: where i the hell did she get the T-shirts and hats printed?

And more than one social media user pointed an accusatory finger at Cooper and his network!

Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:


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