Reaction from Capitol Hill and the White House to MLB deal with Castro dictatorship to traffic in Cuban baseball players

The media and the “Cuba Experts” are desperately trying to put a positive spin on Major League Baseball’s modern-day slave labor deal with the Castro dictatorship. In reality and in practice, however, it is nothing short of human trafficking.

Despite being suddenly stricken with concern over the safety of Cuban players who try to escape from the Castro’s slave plantation, there has never been nor will there ever be a moral justification for purchasing slaves to work for you.

Here is reaction to MLB’s human trafficking deal with the Castro dictatorship from a senior White House official to USA Today :

“Major League Baseball’s proposed program of cooperation with the Cuban Baseball Federation would institutionalize a system by which a Cuban body garnishes the wages of hard-working athletes who simply seek to live and compete in a free society. The Administration is actively assessing the Obama-era policies that Major League Baseball appears to have leveraged to enter into this arrangement with the Cuban Baseball Federation.”

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  1. You know what would be effective? If all of the Cuban players in the Major Leagues protested! But, I highly doubt that they will, since most of the Cubans now playing in the Major Leagues are Cubanoids [recent arrivals] who could care less about the regime and see Cuba as nothing more than a vacation place to go “¡GOZAR!”

    In the meantime, let’s hope that the rest of the Cuban-American elected officials air their displeasure!

    P.S. I’m disappointed in Trump. I see a lot of talk, but little difference between his and Obongo’s policies.

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