Ilhan Omar blames U.S. for Venezuela crisis

Ilhan Omar blames U.S. for Venezuela crisis
Ilhan Omar blames U.S. for Venezuela crisis
Do with Sean and destroyed that production has crashed, took over all kinds of businesses, they crashed, believe it or not wealth and plunders the wealth but destroys o. All hope. Leading to this, I think with Congressman Omar’s is her attitude. Right now is just too short-sighted, because these issues, when going on so businesses, didn’t want to make the flowers sell it because it wasn’t profitable or the currency manipulation in the black market to get dollars. Those are issues that have been going on for quite some time, so that’s the reason why I believe it is very short-sighted to put the blame song Leon us sanctions. Yes, it did the situation, but we already saw this coming for quite some time, and this has to do the chavezz as well as Maduro, 100 % water is fundamentally different than it is it in Miami socialist policies has congresswoman the United States as being the cause Of this, this is classic Democratic, blame America first, and I think it’s reprehensible what happens every single time? This is the calling card. This is what happens. Every single time is prized for them to try to blame the United States for her to stand up. It is absolutely reprehensible – and I just like flabbergasted that she’s even able to say that with a straight face, so she is there on that committee should she be congressman and common sense. In even decency, the US is on the side of peace, prosperity and democracy. Maduro has this country is destroying its institutions, its natural resources, its humanity and president-elect 1. Yd is enjoys the support of basically all of the community of Nations over 50 countries in the in the world end and, most importantly, the Venezuelan people, which Ayo by the way or why this is so important. Listen, those people are suffering years in conflict are fleeing the country, 8 or 3 million, and that’s out of 32 10 % estimate say could go up to in 5 million are fleeing the country, and basically this is a commentary on socialism, vs capitalism on a dictatorship Vs. democracy dissipates with the Department of State, as well as the US Southern command and all options are on the table being removed. Let’S say he’s removed either peacefully or non peacefully. We obviously know that there’s some depth in terms of the corruption in the country. There is Mafia, there is drug lords cartels in the life and it’s going to take some time to sort. Do you think if there is a transition, the us would get involved in supporting weido in terms of making sure that that transition is done peacefully and if they can return to a democratic state of the Department of State in the u.s. southern command? Is that is that there’s a peaceful transition to Guido and then there’s the off-ramp for the two million government employees prefers a peaceful resolution invade Venezuela that it’s not going to be of some more out, come to the u.s. going into Afghanistan and then trying to stabilize The it’s easy to get Maduro out, and I know that I’m just hypothetically speaking, but the aftermath of that is what is so difficult. So how do you overcome that several special forces, operatives training, Colombian military personnel for quite some time? We also there’s Dutch and French forces in the area and and we’ve got friends and in our mission would be to work with them. Congressman Gary kaltbaum here Putin, Russia, the last thing we hearing is they talk, Maduro out of leaving, and I gathered has to do with the fact that Russia has a ton of money involved with Venezuela. Is there any the Russian negotiating roster trying to induce them to? Maybe do the right thing for once and and back away and get this guy out. You know what let’s look who’s behind Nicolas Maduro, Cuba, Russia, China, Amy. That alone should tell you, so we’re going to continue to work, diplomatic Solutions and hopeful hopeful and hopes of a peaceful outcome. Thousands of them literally a lot of the masquerading as doctors and such have to have penetrated the government organizational structure so that some people say they’re running the people in Venezuela. How to? How do you root them out estimates from 5 to 20,000 and and Sue’s there going to be a special place for them military one? Thank you very much for being with us. Congressmen really appreciate it.
Rep. Steve Watkins (R-Kansas) reacts to Rep. Ilhan Omar’s (D-Minn.) controversial comments on Venezuela.

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