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Maduro Sends Criminals to U.S. Through its Border Like Fidel Castro Did in the 80s: Aims to Create Chaos

NICOLAS Maduro’s regime in Venezuela is one of the most noxious in the world. After turning his country into a sanctuary for criminal groups, Maduro has sought to determine the politics of the entire continent by financing political campaigns and subversive groups. The United States is no exception.

Black Lives Matter’s relationship with Maduro’s drug-trafficking regime is more than explicit. It is known that one of the founders of Black Lives Matter traveled to Venezuela to observe a sham electoral process. Also, when Maduro visited New York, he met with organizers of the subversive, far-left group that wreaked havoc across the U.S. during 2020. Mike Gonzalez, of the Heritage Foundation, has a book in which he explains in detail the relationship between BLM and Venezuela.

And now, thanks to a Breitbart report, we have learned that Venezuela also aims to destabilize the U.S. through the porous border with Mexico. Taking advantage of the massive and unstoppable wave of migration, Maduro is sending criminals to the United States.

According to a Department of Homeland Security intelligence report accessed by Breitbart, the Venezuelan regime is releasing criminals from prisons in order for them to enter the United States through its border.

Many of these criminals, some convicted of murder or rape, are traveling in caravans of migrants from Mexico and are organized by the Chavista intelligence services (the SEBIN, which would be the equivalent of the CIA).

This information is not surprising, because these are usual tactics of the Chavista regime. During the riots in Chile in 2019 there were several reports that Venezuelan criminals sympathetic to the regime were participating. Likewise, it is an old tactic, as it would be similar to what the Cuban regime of Fidel Castro did in the 1980s, during the so-called “Mariel exodus”.

The lessons that remain are twofold: the Biden Administration’s neglect of the border is putting Americans at risk, and they will eventually pay the price. There have also been reports that Islamic terrorist groups may be taking advantage of the porous border to infiltrate the US.

The other lesson is clear: the American government continues to fail to take seriously the threat posed by Nicolas Maduro’s regime to national security. If the problem is not addressed urgently, it will be too late.

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Orlando Avendaño is the co-editor-in-chief of El American. He is a Venezuelan journalist and has studies in the History of Venezuela. He is the author of the book Days of submission // Orlando Avendaño es el co-editor en Jefe de El American. Es periodista venezolano y cuenta con estudios en Historia de Venezuela. Es autor del libro Días de sumisión.

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