This surprises nobody familiar with Cuba’s modus operandi but it’s interesting nonetheless.
A former undercover FBI agent says in a new book that Cuban officials asked him to spy on Cuban-Americans including Sen. Bob Menendez and a Cliffside Park businessman.
Cuban diplomats in Washington, D.C., were obsessed with generating scandalous information about Menendez and two other Cuban-Americans in Congress, said Robert Eringer, the author of “Ruse: Undercover with FBI Counterintelligence.” They blamed Menendez, then in Congress, and his two colleagues for tough U.S. policies against Cuba, he said in an interview on Friday.
Remember that when you step into the voting booth this November. Also remember who the mouthpieces for the regime are backing in those elections.
Also consider how many times you’ve heard the argument that the embargo is cold war relic and then read this:
“For Cuba, the Cold War has not ended — it always continued with the United States,” said Eringer, who added he was promised exclusive business opportunities in Cuba as a bribe.
The cold war rages on with regards to Cuba whether you want to believe it or not. I don’t know how many spies the government needs to uncover to prove it.