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A U.S. public relations agency (The Atlantic Council) hired by the Castro regime just released a gaudy Ad (hilariously) disguised as a “Poll.”

experts

Naturally, The New York Times was first out of the gate with the "poll findings"

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"Without the New York Times our Revolution would have never happened."
(Fidel Castro while honoring Herbert Matthews with a medal.)

But Capitol Hill Cubans--probably while wiping slobber and somehow controlling the convulsions of their midriff--somehow manages to apply itself and showcase some of the more hilarious details of the pathetic disguise:

"As we noted earlier, U.S. Senators Jeff Flake (R-AZ) and Patrick Leahy (D-VT), Congress' biggest supporters of unconditionally engaging the Castro regime, worked hand-in-hand with the pollsters and organizers. To the point that Flake-Leahy wrote a Miami Herald oped -- citing figures from the poll -- that was published the day before its official release."

Entire expose' here.

joe

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