A protest rally was held in Tam, Florida, on Tuesday in support of anti-government protesters in Cuba, and the rickets demanded a tougher stance on the Biden administration than the repression in Havana.
“Where’s Biden?” protesters shouted, According to Fox 13 News. “Where’s Biden?”
Protests erupted across the state, and three arrests were made after protesters blocked a vehicle on the Dale Mabry highway and forced Interstate 275 to close interstate. Protesters: “Cuba Libre!”
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According to the report, two male officers are accused of resisting the arrest of the battery and the other is accused of resisting the arrest.
The Biden administration has said it stands by the Cuban people, who demand basic human rights. President Biden called the protests “wonderful” and “a call for freedom.”
Secretary of State Anthony Blinken wrote on Twitter that “the United States is committed to seeking freedom and respect for human rights with the Cuban people.” He called the violence against peaceful protesters “disgusting.”
The White House did not immediately respond to a post-work email from Acesparks. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said the administration is considering how this could “directly help the Cuban people.”
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio said the Biden administration will make it clear that it will impose new sanctions, open satellite Internet access to the island, and “maintain the current U.S. policy toward the regime pursued by the Trump administration.” and can make a clear statement. place, “the Washington Post writes.
The Cuban government has blamed that U.S. policy for the economic hardships in the country.
Yesterday, thousands of Cubans took to the streets of Havana on Sunday to protest the deteriorating conditions in the country under the communist regime – the largest protest in a decade – urging the country’s president to call on “revolutionary” citizens to stand up to the protesters.
Miami Herald reported Some Democrats in South Florida want Biden from Miami to clearly help protesters in Cuba and join Ronald Reagan’s “Tear This Wall.”
“I really believe this is one of those moments, I believe I said it,‘ Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall, because we can give hope to the people of Cuba, ”State Senator Annette Taddeo told the Herald Democrat. “It’s really about the people who need to listen to this in Cuba. The words of the U.S. president, whether Republican or Democrat, should be important.”