A few more items on Cuban Twitter omitted by the AP

Cuban spy Josefina Vidal gleefully greeting one of her easier marks

And speaking of Cuban spies. In one of their many stories exposing this hideous (Cuba Twitter) scandal, the AP consults one of its favorite Cuban sources Josefina Vidal, introducing her as “director of U.S. affairs at Cuba’s Foreign Ministry.”“The ZunZuneo program shows once again that the United States government has not renounced its plans of subversion against Cuba,” recites Ms Vidal.

It’s galling to be accused of something we no longer have the sense or guts to do, but it’s the AP’s innocuous description of Josefina Vidal that merits attention here, because in fact: Josefina Vidal was booted from the U.S. in 2003 for espionage, and by our friend Chris Simmons.

Bundled under heavy disguise (notice they don’t mention Cuba in the story title, knowing this instantly eliminates 90 percent of the potential readers) our friends at Townhall sneak a few news items across the heavily-guarded Miami-Dade border for stealth dissemination into middle-America.

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