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

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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.

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