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Photo of the day – The Cubanization of Venezuela

Similar to the scenes so prevalent in Castro's Cuba, Maria Corina Machado, a member of Venezuela's parliament and staunch opponent to the Chavista dictatorship of Nicolas Maduro, recovers from the vicious and brutal beating she received from cowardly pro-Chavista members of the parliament.

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2 comments to Photo of the day – The Cubanization of Venezuela

  • asombra

    She's just a common delinquent, like Lula says. Serves her right. Move along. And by the way, Maduro is on a foreign tour that includes Brazil. I don't think he'd go there if he expected to be rebuffed, let alone rejected. He's also going to Argentina, where Cretina will NOT give him a hard time about a female delegate being brutalized by his people. Latrine solidarity, of course.

  • asombra

    So is her aggressor, who's been identified, going to be sentenced for aggravated assault and battery? Is the chavista witch who did this to Machado going to at least lose her job as a delegate to Venezuela's national legislature? Purely rhetorical questions, of course.