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Florida Democrats accuse AOC of unrest in Cuba in US: They “demand freedom” from communism

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a former Florida Democratic congressman from New York, responded – the latter said the United States and its trade embargo “contributed” to the Cuban civilian population that has suffered for 62 years under the Castro communist regime and the current regime. added “after claiming. successor Miguel Diaz-Kanel.

When former Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez defeated her in 2020, Debbie Mukarsel-Powell, a former Florida Keys County spokeswoman, told Your World that there was only one organization responsible for the riots and human rights abuses in Cuba.

“We haven’t seen what we saw in Cuba for more than 62 years,” he said, referring to the 1959 overthrow of Fuldencio Batista by Fidel Castro’s revolutionaries.

“Cubans, young and old, are taking to the streets demanding freedom. The only government here is to blame, the only culprit for what is happening in Cuba is the Cuban government, which is a dictatorship; a failed communist regime that has corrupted humanity. Decades of rights.”

Mukarsel-Powell said he, like many other mammals, had unjustly imprisoned many people who had fled the Cuban regime, as well as those who had family members on the island – just 90 miles south of Key West.

“They are demanding freedom and justice. It undermines the goal. We must unite in these movements. It must not be political,” he said.

Mukarsel-Powell praised South Florida lawmaker Maria Elvira Salazar of Miami Beach for calling on Democrats and Republicans to unite against the Diaz-Canel regime and its treatment of civilians.

However, he said former President Donald Trump had “unilaterally” worsened the situation in Cuba – under a global pretext – to take economic action against the island nation because it had failed because the regime would have enough pressure against the regime without other states. will not ‘support.

“We need to work multilaterally with our allies in Latin America and Europe to put pressure on the regime. The dictatorship must end,” he said.

Host Neil Cavuto claims that former President James E. Carter encouraged Cubans to seek asylum in the United States – and instead Fidel Castro vacated the prisons and “pulled the trigger” to agree to a “flotilla.” The problem for South Florida is incompatible individuals.

“Who says [Diaz-Canel] can’t pull such a stuntman? he asked.

“It’s a rare moment,” replied Mukarsel-Powell. “What we see is historically significant. So there is an opportunity for change.”

“Let’s not politicize it. Let’s unite. I agree with Maria’s comments to me. I think it’s great to hear that.” [Salazar] wants to work with the president. Let’s do it … The Cubans are asking us for help, “he said.

“What we can’t do is blame no one but the Communist regime, which is a failed government in Cuba.”

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