During an interview with Noticias Telemundo released on Friday, President Trump stated that “Something will be happening with Venezuela” and that the United States will “be very much involved.” Trump also vowed to “take care of the people of Venezuela”
Diosdado Cabello – a senior member of Nicolás Maduro’s socialist regime, state television personality, and believed to be one of Venezuela’s most powerful drug lords – tweeted Thursday that he has tested positive for the Chinese coronavirus.
International poverty charity Oxfam warned in a report this week that the number of deaths caused by famine as a result of worldwide lockdown measures could exceed those caused by the Chinese coronavirus, which triggered the lockdowns.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro hailed the supposed entry of rap superstar Kanye West into this year’s presidential election as a challenger against President Donald Trump, wrongly pronouncing his name as “Dainee Wets.”
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who this week tested positive for the Chinese coronavirus, has publicly asserted his faith in the medicine hydroxychloroquine by sharing a video of himself swallowing such pills.
The Socialist International, a global coalition of radical leftist political parties, issued a statement on Wednesday denouncing Venezuela’s socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro for staging a hostile takeover of the nation’s opposition parties, which are also socialist.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro posted an update on his health after testing positive for the Chinese coronavirus on Tuesday, telling his opponents jokingly that he “regretted” to inform them that he is doing “very well.”
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador announced he would bring that country’s richest businessmen for a dinner with President Donald Trump. The delegation shows a stark contrast to Lopez Obrador’s (AMLO) own rhetoric and branding as far-left socialist.
Venezuela’s socialist regime has confiscated privately-owned motels and turned them into prisons for those carrying the Chinese coronavirus, Voice of America detailed Monday in an exclusive report.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tested positive for coronavirus infection on Tuesday, according to a statement from his communications ministry.
Production of crude in the oil-rich nation of Venezuela fell for the sixth consecutive month in June, falling a further 32 percent.
Ariel Ruiz Urquiola, a Cuban biologist and human rights activist, failed to complete a 90-second statement before the U.N. Human Rights Council on Friday after member states Cuba, North Korea, Venezuela, and China interrupted him for nearly 13 minutes.
Daniel Llorente Miranda, a Cuban dissident forcibly removed from the island and stranded in Guyana for over a year, tells Breitbart News he has taken once again to protesting, this time against both the communist regime in his homeland and those he sees as enablers in his new home.
Starting Wednesday, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement binds nearly half a billion consumers in a single market that comprises about 27 percent of global GDP, in a region where trade hit $1.2 trillion in 2019.
A lawmaker in Buenos Aires province, Argentina – where the nation’s capital is located – presented a bill on Monday that would require individuals to opt out of donating blood plasma if they are diagnosed with Chinese coronavirus and survive the infection.
Elián González, a former Cuban refugee famous for his abduction by the administration of President Bill Clinton and return to the island, resurfaced in communist state media this weekend praising Fidel Castro as a “beacon” in his life that he has dedicated “the immense majority” of his life to pleasing.
CARACAS – The Venezuelan socialist regime has transformed law enforcement agencies into a many-headed hydra of terror. The global media doesn’t seem to be calling for their defunding or even denouncing their heinous acts with the same fervor as they do to America’s police institutions.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro insisted on Thursday he may have already been infected with the Chinese coronavirus and may have another test for the disease, despite the fact he has already repeatedly tested negative for the virus.
A Venezuelan attorney’s beating at the hands of the Bolivarian National Guard (GNB) this week, filmed by alarmed onlookers, has reportedly resulted in a military tribunal for the lawyer, Venezuelan outlets reported on Thursday.
A federal judge in Brazil ordered President Jair Bolsonaro to wear a sanitary mask in public or face a fine of 2,000 reais ($390) after the leader repeatedly defied a decree in the federal capital, Brasilia, requiring people to wear a mask in public to curb the spread of coronavirus, Deutsche Welle reported on Tuesday.
An Argentinian man deliberately rammed his car into the Chinese Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Monday in an apparent bid to claim political asylum.
Cuban ecologist and human rights activist Dr. Ariel Ruiz Urquiola began a hunger strike Monday before the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights offices in Geneva, asserting that the Castro regime deliberately infected him with HIV and consistently persecuted him and his family.
Venezuela’s socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro expressed openness to meeting President Donald Trump “respectfully” on Monday, a response to Trump saying in an interview over the weekend that a meeting with Maduro was possible.
President Donald Trump on Monday reaffirmed his support of the people of Venezuela, despite appearing open to meeting with their brutal dictator Nicolas Maduro.
CARACAS – The socialist regime of Venezuela has once again violated the constitution and designated a new tailor-made leadership for the National Electoral Council — a task that, by law, was to be carried out by the opposition-led National Assembly.
A TV channel in Bolivia sparked widespread outrage on Thursday after broadcasting a Chinese coronavirus patient dying as doctors desperately tried to save his life, the Bolivian newspaper Pagina Siete reported.
The Italian left-wing “Five Star Movement” (M5S) received 3.5 million Euros (about $4 million) from Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chávez in 2010, the Spanish newspaper ABC revealed this week.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he would be willing to sell fuel to Venezuela despite international sanctions. The oil-rich South American socialist regime is currently undergoing a fuel shortage amid its economic collapse.
Imagine having to submit your biometric data at a gas station, which is then cross-referenced with your nation’s socialist system database, to receive a monthly ration of fuel. Such a dystopian concept is now a reality in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.
One of the most high-profile founders of the Black Lives Matter organization – now one of the most influential and powerful political movements on the planet – has a long history of supporting Venezuelan socialist dictator Nicolás Maduro.