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Babalu called it from day one on Fox & Friends (Beyonce, Jay-Z trip to Cuba)

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Wall Street Journal headline Aug. 21, 2014: "U.S. Treasury Clears Jay-Z and Beyoncé Trip to Cuba."

Fox & Friends interview with Humberto Fontova April, 9, 2013.

Brian Kilmeade: "Humberto. are you SHOCKED about this visit?"

Hideous Hard-Lining Babalusian Reactionary: "No. Not at all. These things have been going on for decades."

Gretchen Carlson: "Humberto, could it have been possible that they (Beyonce, Jay-Z) went on this trip without the proper visas, etc.?"

Hideous Hard-Lining Babalusian Reactionary: "It's certainly possible..but nowadays there are so many loopholes for traveling to Cuba...cultural exchanges, etc.--and I'm sure Beyonce and Jay-Z have pretty proficient lawyers."

Entire video of Fox & Friends interview here.

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