The ongoing effort to oust Venezuelan Dictator Nicolas Maduro, as U.S.-backed President Juan Guaido continues to garner unprecedented nationwide support from Venezuelans.
“Interim President Juan Guaido and the people of Venezuela continue to overcome Maduro’s efforts to halt the march towards prosperity and democracy,” said Amb. John Bolton John Bolton. “Maduro’s dependency on foreign security services to block the internet has not changed the determination of the people.”
While Maduro points to “imperial aggression” and “financial sabotage and coup skirmishes” as the reasons for Venezuela’s ongoing financial and human rights woes, pressure from U.S. legislatures continues.
Florida Senator Rick Scott (R) and Senator Marco Rubio (R) continue to be the one-two punch that is affectively delivering daily body blow after body blow to the Maduro regime.
Scott, who has called for U.S. military boots on the ground in that country, recently pointed to the four children that were reported to have died in Venezuela because of “a lack of basic services like working AC.”
“These are disgusting circumstance that the people of #VZ are living in,” said Scott. “Children should not be dying because of a power hungry dictator! The people of Venezuela deserve better.”
Maduro has blamed Guaido and his supporters of being the cause of the widespread violence in the streets, has also gone as far as to blamed Rubio, reptiles, and covert “snipers” of sabotaging his government’s electrical grid during the most recent string of blackouts.