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DeSantis is urging Florida companies to provide Cuba with internet after the government shuts it down

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday recommended that Florida-based communists try to provide Internet access to Cuba after the communist country shut down the internet to quell recent protests and protests.

“What does the mode do when you start seeing these pictures?” DeSantis said during a press conference He is referring to videos coming out of Cuba demonstrating government violence against anti-communist protesters in the streets. “They’ve turned off the internet. They don’t want the truth to be revealed, they don’t want people to communicate.”

LIVE UPDATE: CUBA EXPLOSION Protesters remain silent, government confirms 1 dead

DeSantis continued, “So one of the things we can do with our private companies or the United States is to provide that part of the Internet via satellite. On our Sce Coast, this there are commas that run things. “

The Florida Republican said he would turn to some Florida Internet providers “to see what opportunities there are” to implement his plan.

The DeSantis office did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Acesparks.

CUBA’S AMERICAN PROTESTERS DESTROY EXPRESSWAY IN MIAMI

Thousands of Cubans have taken to the streets to protest against the communist government that has suffocated power for the past sixty years, and the government has reported that at least one person has died.

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel has blamed the United States for the unrest and called on his supporters to take to the streets. fight against protests.

“It’s a privilege for us to do anything,” he said. “We fight on the streets.”

The unrest in Cuba spread to the United States, where pro-Cuban independence protesters marched on Tam, Florida, and President Biden called for action.

“Where’s Biden?” the shouts of the protesters were heard. “Where’s Biden?”

Biden issued a statement earlier this week, he said, “We are for the Cuban people and their clarity calls for freedom and deliverance from the tragic side of the Cold War and the decades of repression and economic suffering that the authoritarian regime of Cuba has faced.”

On Tuesday, Biden’s secretary of internal security, Alejandro Mayorkas, warned Cubans if they tried to flee the island nation. will not be welcomed Placed in the United States and elsewhere.

“The time to try to move by sea is never the right time,” Mallorca told a news conference. “To those who risked their lives, it’s not worth taking that risk. Let me clarify. If you go to sea, you won’t come to the United States.”

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