It is undeniable that the Maui community has suffered an immense tragedy, with hundreds of acres of land being burned to the ground.
While some properties belonging to billionaires and celebrities were spared, a large segment of Lahaina’s population had to endure the loss of their homes, as well as friends and family who perished in the fires.
From the beginning, this situation has been suspicious. Consequently, individuals across the country are requesting explanations for what transpired. Nonetheless, those affected by the disaster have an especially strong requirement for answers.
A recording of a Maui resident recounting her experience was recently aired by Pat Gray.
“Still today, I haven’t had any money come in. I haven’t had anybody call me back. … I have no idea,” she laments. “I lost my house, I lost my car, I lost my animals,” and “I still cannot get my meds” because “my medicine was all burnt in my house.”
“I think Joe Biden should take his $700 and get back on the f****** plane and go home,” she rants.
“$700 compared to all the millions he’s giving to Ukraine. Why? We need it! … We’re citizens, and we cannot get money,” she tells the interviewer. “Fix your house before you fix somebody else’s house.”
When asked whether other Hawaiians and locals shared her sentiments, she replied, “Everyone feels the same.”
Her frustration is understandable in light of the fact that the average Ukrainian family receives $3,100 from the United States.
“That’s like direct assistance from your paycheck to a Ukrainian household,” adds Keith Malinek.
Due to its suspicious circumstances from beginning to end, people everywhere are demanding answers.