Hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans took to the streets of San Juan in what is believed to be the largest protests the island has seen. Protesters continue to demand their embattled Governor Ricardo Rosselló resign. A political crisis has swept the Caribbean island -- home to approximately 3.2 million U.S. citizens -- since a non-profit journalism group published a trove of messages in which Rosselló and his top lieutenants mocked political opponents, talked about retaliating against journalists and made sexist and homophobic remarks. A recent report also alleges a multi-billion dollar corruption network is behind the group chat, where public funds were used to influence and benefit private clients and the Puerto Rican government. The scandal prompted the resignation of several government officials, including the secretary of state and chief financial officer.