Elections have consequences.
Stolen elections have catastrophic consequences.
The Marxist Chavez and then Maduro regimes have destroyed Venezuela.
The people are starving. The average weight loss in the country in recent years is 19 pounds.
President Trump recognized Opposition leader Juan Guaido as Venezuela’s interim president and met with Guaido in a historic meeting at the White House in February 2020.
Trump recognized Juan Guaido during his State of the Union Address in 2020.
Now that Biden shut down access to oil drilling projects, pipelines and production projects in the US they are reaching out to America’s enemies to import oil and gas.
The Biden regime now imports oil from Iran, Russia, and Venezuela.
Biden sent a delegation to Venezuela this weekend.
At some point you have to ask — Are they this stupid or do they want to destroy the country?
Senior U.S. officials on Saturday went to Venezuela, a Russian ally, to meet with the government of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro, people familiar with the matter told The New York Times.
A delegation including senior State Department and White House officials is traveling to the Venezuelan capital of Caracas, sources told the Times.
It is not known how long the officials will stay in Venezuela or who they will be meeting with.
This comes as Venezuela and fellow Latin American Russia allies Nicaragua and Cuba this week abstained or did not vote on United Nations resolutions condemning Russian aggression, according to the Times, indicating that the countries may be distancing themselves from Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine.
Maduro has also signaled that he would be open to restarting Venezuela’s oil trade with the U.S. as President Biden mulls reducing U.S. imports of Russian oil.
“Here lies the oil of Venezuela, which is available for whomever wants to produce and buy it, be it an investor from Asia, Europe or the United States,” Maduro said Thursday, according to the Times.
This will be the most high-level meeting between the U.S. and Venezuela in Venezuela’s capital city in years, the Times noted.
Venezuela and the U.S. severed all diplomatic relations in 2019 following the Trump administration’s recognition of opposition leader Juan Guaidó as Venezuela’s interim president after Maduro secured a second term in an election deemed illegitimate by most of the international community.