That’s a simple proving a negative fallacy. Just because I don’t have evidence to prove you wrong doesn’t make you right. But we have seen in President Trump’s statements on the issue in Puerto Rico that he finds it inconsequential. Throwing paper towels randomly into a crowd? Downplaying the death tolls and accusing opposing political parties of inflating the numbers? That’s the best our government could do for these people. The rebuilding effort in Puerto Rico took over a year, for a disaster that killed almost as many people as 9/11 did. And many of the deaths came as a result of the neglect of the government in providing aid. Had the government been putting as many resources into the Puerto Rican crisis and aftermath of Maria, the rebuilding effort might have been cut down drastically and far fewer innocent Puerto Rican’s could have died.
Google isn’t a source. What accurate, reliable, and refutable academic journal, newspaper, or other media outlet did you get this from. Multiple talking about the same thing would be preferable. And try to go by this graph or one like it for your sources, just to be safe