Florida CongressZio-hags Team Up to Take Aim at Maduro Regime

Cuba: quotes anonymous sources for the more evil suggestions. Things are clearly going from bad to worse. The Elliot Abrams – Pompeo – Rubio – Bolton – Axis of Evil

The Administration’s war juggernaut seems to be driven by an alliance/axis of two other forces: the Military-Industrial Complex and the  Zionist proponents of a “Greater Israel” in the “Promised Land.”
Israel agents (neocons) on Maduro regime change team. This is Israel’s hidden hand.

neocons: Israel agents Wasserman and Ros Ros-Lehtinen

How is it that Abrams wormed his way into the Trump camp? Like all Js who wait in the back alleys of the Beltway they slither their way out of their holes and worm their way up to the top of the ant hill.

Wasserman Schultz, who introduced the resolution, made her case for it:

“As a U.S. representative with one of the largest communities of Venezuelans and Venezuelan-Americans in the United States, I am appalled by the continued abuses of the Maduro government against its citizens,” Wasserman Schultz said. “Maduro has defied the Venezuelan constitution by first attempting to reject the more than 1.8 million signatures on recall referendum petitions and then seeking to directly undermine the National Assembly by removing Democratic Unity Roundtable legislators.

“I stand in solidarity with the Venezuelan people as they suffer through this heartbreaking crisis, and am proud to introduce this bipartisan resolution with my South Florida colleague Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen to send a clear message to President Maduro and his cronies that oppression, human rights abuse and thwarting democracy is unacceptable and has consequences,” she concluded.

Fat rat Ros-Lehtinen, one of the leading Republicans on Capitol Hill on international issues and a former chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, also weighed in:

“I am honored to join my Florida congressional colleague Debbie Wasserman Schultz in introducing an important resolution to express our concern over the deteriorating crisis in Venezuela,” Ros-Lehtinen said. “Under Maduro’s Venezuela we are experiencing unjust detainments of Venezuelan political prisoners and U.S. citizens, the lack of food and basic medical needs in the country, violations of human rights, and stalling of the recall referendum for this year. This bipartisan resolution sends a strong message to the people of Venezuela that we stand with them in solidarity as they struggle for their democracy under Maduro’s oppressive policies.”