The Migrant Crises Runs Deeper than the Border: Think U.S. Imperialism

US news media is pretending there is a confrontation between the two parties about the migrants crossing the border and being shipped around the country. This is bull. There would be no migrant crises had the US not attempted a coup inside Venezuela and sanctioned their country into poverty.

The Migrant Crises Runs Deeper than the Border: Think U.S. Imperialism

US news media is pretending there is a confrontation between the two parties about the migrants crossing the border and being shipped around the country. This is bull. There would be no migrant crises had the US not attempted a coup inside Venezuela and sanctioned their country into poverty.

During the Trump-Pence administration, the US tried to install its own president in Venezuela using some dude nobody knew. The reason? To eventually take the oil reserves and profit for the US oil companies.

The crisis began when the elected president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, refused to step down behind allegations of being ill-elected. Afterward, Juan Guaido was placed in office by the United States, to act as president.

According to the United Nations, however, most countries disapproved of Guaido’s interim presidency because they feel the people elected Maduro fair and square, yet 50 other nations stood behind Guiado and the U.S. and wanted regime change.

When the coop did not work, the US placed sanctions on Venezuela which plunged the country into poverty for months, Then came the pandemic which made the poverty worse. Now, people are fleeing the country going to surrounding countries in South America and some have come to the United States.

In comes the Florida and Texas governors to exploit the situation. And then comes the news media to further exacerbate the issue, lying through their teeth about why the migrants are here and blaming it on Biden. As if the US did not have a hand in destabilizing the country in the first place.

“The governors’ decisions have been their most high-profile efforts to challenge President Biden’s immigration policies and to highlight the record number of migrants arriving at the southern border, for which they hold Democrats responsible.

Some of those in Latin America who have spoken out have accused Mr. DeSantis and Mr. Abbott of being largely out of touch with the crisis on the ground in Venezuela — and even of being hypocritical, given how harshly Republicans have criticized the Venezuelan government of Nicolás Maduro, whom they blame for the crisis.” SOURCE

This country will pay for their corruption here and abroad. These are all lies and political corruption in the game of world dominance. Most South American governments have not spoken out about the crises in the US because they already know of the hypocrisy. “Mr. Maduro has not said anything publicly about the shipment of migrants or the growing political fallout in the United States.”