Victims of Communism organization follows up on Ted Cruz’s address change proposal

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Ted Cruz’s proposal to change the address of the Castro “embassy” is the best news of the week, maybe the whole month (and if this effort succeeds, it could turn into the best news of the whole God-forsaken year).

The Victims of Communism organization wasted no time in backing this proposed legislation.

Always ready to go the extra mile, VOC also filed a change of address card for the new “embassy”/spy nest (see above).

Marion Smith, head of VOC, vowed to lobby for the new street name and published the following announcement:

“The opening of the Cuban embassy in Washington is a cruel affront to the thousands of victims of the Castro regime. But we will not let those victims be forgotten or forsaken. Not for a moment.

On Monday, Cuba’s Communist elite celebrated its new embassy. Today, we’re letting them know the party is over. The United States Congress will never confirm an American ambassador to the imprisoned island. It will never ease sanctions on a repressive regime. And now we are going to pursue every avenue to rename the street in front of the embassy for a leading freedom fighter in Cuba, Oswaldo Paya, who three years ago today was killed with all evidence pointing to murder at the hands of the Castro regime.

“This renaming will offer a living reminder to Cubans about their government’s cruelty and barbarism. And it will allow Americans to demonstrate our loyalty to Cuba’s long-suffering dissidents – an allegiance that stems back to the days of Eisenhower and Kennedy.”

Marion Smith
Marion Smith

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