Hamilton creator Lin Manuel Miranda, who is of Puerto Rican descent and has been outspoken about the need for aid in the U.S. territory following Hurricane Maria, woke up to the news of President Trump attacking San Juan’s mayor this morning and he was not pleased.
Gmorning.— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) September 30, 2017
Put what you got to a greater purpose.
Your rage, your fear, don't let it fester. Make it work for you.https://t.co/pxx7qvHPdf
As a matter of fact, the usually ever-positive actor-producer-musician said that Trump is going straight to hell for calling Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz “nasty” and complaining that Puerto Rico wants “everything to be done for them.”
He goes on to note that Cruz—who made a plea to Trump to send more federal aid on Friday, saying, “you are killing us with the inefficiency and the bureaucracy”—has been working tirelessly for Puerto Ricans while Trump is likely tweeting his “bile” from his golf course.
She has been working 24/7.— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) September 30, 2017
You have been GOLFING.
You're going straight to hell.
Fastest golf cart you ever took. https://t.co/5hOY23MBvQ
F***, I hate even quote tweeting his bile. My timeline feels dirty.— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) September 30, 2017
But these are not ordinary times. https://t.co/pxx7qvHPdf
But even if the president hasn’t shown much compassion, Miranda is glad that many non-governmental folks have stepped in to help out the people of Puerto Rico.
I have been so moved by YOUR generosity since Maria.— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) September 30, 2017
You deserve a leader who shares an OUNCE, a SHRED of the compassion you all have.
He does give it up for his president, though, and her fire remix of “Mi Gente,” to raise funds for Puerto Rico and Mexico relief.
It also looks Miranda has some music of his own in the works to aid Puerto Rico.
In the meantime, though, he asks you send your monies here:
Ok. Back to work. https://t.co/pxx7qvHPdf— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) September 30, 2017
In case you’re looking for other ways to help Puerto Rico, this is a good place to start.