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Rubio says Venezuelan dictator a “direct threat” to U.S. national security

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 6:57
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Is Senator Marco Rubio making the case for military action against Venezuelan Dictator Nicolas Maduro? Rubio’s  very clear and concise tweet that Maduro “poses a direct threat to the national security of the U.S.” could put congressional wheels in motion to impose deeper sanctions that could ultimately lead to military action by President Donald Trump. Rubio mentions that Colombia, one of the U.S. biggest allies in South America, is being destabilized by the Maduro regime’s deliberate “migratory  crisis.

Remember, Venezuela is not just ordinary third-world country, it supplies the US with millions and millions of barrels of oil each year. The Castro-influenced regimes of Chavez and Maduro have been willing and complicit partners with radical Islamic Iran and the terrorist group Hezbollah.

Venezuela’s role in promoting and supporting global terrorism could be enough grounds for executive action.

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