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“Fortunately the chat came out, because it unmasked everyone’s real face,” Martin said in a social media video in his native Spanish, summoning people to rally at the Capitol building. Ricky Renuncia Bandera Negra Puerto Rico “They made fun of our bodies, they mocked women, the LGBTT community, people with physical and mental disabilities, they made fun of obesity… Enough.”
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Ricky Renuncia Bandera Negra Puerto Rico shirt is a nice shirt. “They made fun of our dead! Not even in the chats that I’m in with my friends I talk about the people in my country like that,” René Pérez Joglar, better known as the multiple Grammy-winning artist Residente, told NBC News in Spanish ahead of Wednesday’s rally. “People are angry with the things that the people in this Cabinet have done… The people don’t want him there!” Carlos Vargas-Ramos, a researcher at the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College-CUNY, said what’s notable is the way the reaction to the scandal has mobilized people “from all walks of life,” including different social classes, political parties and ideologies. “It seems unprecedented,” he said.
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The president of Puerto Rico’s House of Representatives, Carlos Méndez Núñez, told Telemundo Puerto Rico he has appointed three lawyers to investigate the contents of the leaked chats and determine whether an impeachment process can be initiated. “Puerto Rico, say present without fear. Let’s march in peace and remain firm and assertive,” he said. “When Puerto Rico unites, we accomplish wonderful things and we can change the course of history.” Protests have been taking place in U.S. cities including Miami, Orlando, Philadelphia and Nashville. In New York City on Wednesday, Lillian Gonzalez, 24, said her decision to attend the rally was a “no brainer.”