Venezuela goes full Cuba: Government thugs storm parliament, violently beat legislators and journalists

It is a page straight out of the Castro repression playbook: send thugs to violently attack and beat up the opposition and journalists. That is what happened in Venezuela yesterday. The Cuban puppet dictatorship of Nicolas Maduro sent a gang of thugs to storm Venezuela’s parliament and brutally attack opposition lawmakers as well as journalists that were there.

The Castro dictatorship is steadily turning Venezuela into another Cuba. And unless the world wakes up and confronts the corrupt Cuban regime, over 31-million Venezuelans will be sentenced to a life of misery and enslavement in a totalitarian hellhole.

Sabrina Martin reports in PanAm Post:

Maduro Supporters Storm Venezuelan Parliament, Wound Opposition Legislators and Journalists

Violent supporters of Venezuela’s dictatorial regime entered the country’s congressional building this Wednesday, July 5 and attacked National Assembly members and journalists.

Officials were celebrating Independence Day July 5, when the group — which supports President Nicolás Maduro’s regime — entered the National Assembly chambers and began throwing explosives that resulted in multiple injuries.

“What a disgrace that the Armed Forces allow criminals to attack parliamentarians,” Vice President of the National Assembly Freddy Guevara said. “We are going to continue to resist.”

Guevara said at least two members of the National Assembly were wounded. Some of the walls in the building were even stained with blood.

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2 thoughts on “Venezuela goes full Cuba: Government thugs storm parliament, violently beat legislators and journalists”

  1. “Over 31-million Venezuelans will be sentenced to a life of misery and enslavement in a totalitarian hellhole.” OK, but you say that like it’s supposed to matter. It doesn’t, except to the victims, and don’t we Cubans know it.

  2. I’m sure Sean Penn is very, uh, impacted by such graphic violence. It’d make for a good movie, no?

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