Originally published at: TAPPED OUT: Residents Flee Venezuela’s ‘MAN-MADE’ Draught as Supplies Vanish | Sean Hannity
Venezuela’s residents continued to struggle with a total lack of drinkable water and food supplies over the weekend, with citizens rushing to gather “filthy water” when the government decides to open taps to major cities and towns.
According to Bloomberg, average Venezuelans are using coffee mugs, buckets, and other household items to contain as much water as possible when socialist President Nicolas Maduro decides to open pipes to homes and apartment complexes across the capital.
“When I’m lucky, a trickle flows through my apartment building’s rickety pipes. When I’m really lucky, they deliver as much as 30-straight minutes worth of H2O. That’s enough to fill up the 200-or-so-gallon tank in my kitchen and trigger a celebration,” said one resident.
“For the super-wealthy, a somewhat effective solution has been found. They now dig their own wells. Those a rung or two below them pay to have water trucked in daily by companies that collect it from springs in the surrounding mountains,” added another.
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