On the world stage, Joe Biden’s lack of support for the Cuban people leaves vulnerable Senate Democrats in a sticky situation
While Senate Democrats are home during recess defending their support for Joe Biden’s radical agenda, the NRSC will be highlighting those left behind by Biden’s foreign policy agenda of abandonment. Today’s issue highlights Joe Biden’s abandonment of the Cuban freedom fighters.
Washington, D.C. – The Cuban people took to the streets to protest the socialist regime and demand basic human rights that are long overdue. In true socialist fashion, the Cuban regime met these protests with violent crackdowns and arrests. The socialist regime even denied the Cuban people internet access to censor their pleas for help.
One would think that the President of a country founded on the ideals of liberty and freedom would condemn the Cuban regime for violently cracking down on free speech and do everything he can to support the fight for freedom, Democracy and human rights. Not Joe Biden – he’s too busy appeasing the socialists in his own party that have a long history of praising the Cuban regime. Biden refuses to speak out against Cuba’s socialist regime and won’t use the full power of the U.S. government to punish Cuba’s socialists.
Biden’s socialist sidekick Bernie Sanders must be very happy with the administration’s refusal to support the Cuban freedom fighters.
Instead of doing everything possible to stop the violent crackdowns and assist the Cuban freedom fighters, the Biden Administration abandoned them. Senators like Mark Kelly, Raphael Warnock, Maggie Hassan, Catherine Cortez Masto, and Michael Bennet need to explain why they aren’t demanding that Joe Biden assist the people of Cuba in their fight for freedom. Why are they so afraid to speak out against socialism?