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Sen. Marco Rubio on Visa for Castro’s Daughter: “It Sends a Terrible Message to the Democratic Movement in Cuba…”

"... to those brave people in Cuba who every single day resist and speak out ..."

HT: Capitol Hill Cubans

 

SENATOR RUBIO COMMENTS ON ISSUANCE OF U.S. VISA TO RAUL CASTRO’S DAUGHTER

 
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) issued the following statement regarding the issuance of a U.S. visa to Raul Castro’s daughter:
 
“I think the U.S. government’s decision to grant the daughter of Raul Castro a visa to come to the United States and spread the propaganda of her father’s regime is outrageous and an enormous mistake. Not only that, it sends a terrible message to the democratic movement in Cuba, to those brave people in Cuba who every single day resist and speak out against the tyranny of the Castro brothers. Meanwhile, we are granting a visa to his daughter, who is not just his daughter.  She is an arm of his regime, an outspoken supporter and is coming to the United States to spread their anti-American propaganda. It is shameful that they would grant that visa.”
 
Watch Senator Rubio’s video statement in both English and Spanish on YouTube.  For television stations interested in airing today’s statements, a broadcast quality video is also available in both English and Spanish.
 

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