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Do you believe Cuba’s Castro regime is behind the attack on Senator Menendez?

If you understand how Cuba's criminal Castro dictatorship operates and want to be sure our fellow citizens understand it as well, take a moment and vote YES on this NJ.com poll.

Click HERE to vote:

Poll: Do you believe Cuba is behind allegations against Sen. Menendez?
Robert Menendez

The allegations came from a tipster supposedly named "Pete Williams.''

U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey had supposedly engaged in sex with underage prostitutes while vacationing at the home of a friend in the Dominican Republic, the "tipster'' alleged.

Three Dominican women who initially told reporters they had been paid to have sex with the senator later recanted.

Now, Menendez, from New Jersey, is asking the U.S. Justice Department to investigate whether the Cuban government hatched an elaborate plan to smear him with the allegations, according to a report by the Washington Post.

Menendez said he believes Cuba is behind the allegations because he is one of Washington's most outspoken critics of President Fidel Castro's regime there, the report said.

Don't put it off, do it now! ¡VOTA para que nos respeten!

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