From our new favorite Socialist:

I am guessing she missed the whole “deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed” and the part that we are not a Democracy and we do not elect all-powerful potentates like Venezuela did.

I do not have to paint you a picture about how dire is the situation in Venezuela with its people starving and without basic medical supplies. Yesterday, there was an attempt to bring in humanitarian aid by land via Colombia and Brazil. I am not going to BS you and say there was no political grandstanding by the Venezuelan Opposition attached to it, specially the supplies coming in from Colombia, but President Maduro is in charge and he had already warned that the supplied would not be allowed in the country. And they did not.

The first two truck trying to cross one of the bridges from Colombia, were stopped on the Venezuelan side and set on fire. Most of the aid in the second truck was recovered and returned to Colombia by volunteers, but the aid in the first truck was lost.

The town of Santa Elena de Uairén is in the border with Brazil. I visited years ago and it is the tropical definition of quaint. Very nice people and remote an outpost as it can be as there is literally nothing close by unless you cross the border and get it from Brazil. A small load of humanitarian aid was supposed to cross the border for the town that has not been getting regular supplies from the country it belongs to, but they were told by the government not even try it.

The local military outpost basically went on to shut down the town which was not well received by the locals and protests ensued. But since the military was in charge, reinforcements were sent and they went after those in the cheap seats.

“At least 12 gunshot wounded arrive at the Hospital Rosario Vera Zurita, in Santa Elena de Uairén, #GranSabana. The wounded arrive from Fort Roraima, Escamoto, where the GNB prevented the passage to the border line.” (Google Translate)

 

Last I read, there were 2 confirmed dead and over two dozen wounded. Very little else is coming out of the town, now firmly in the hands of the military.  But you should not feel bad or threatened because this happened under orders of democratically elected people who are in charge and will take care of those in the cheap seats.

 

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

6 thoughts on “Alexandria “She Guevara” and President Maduro make the case for the Second Amendment.”
  1. You know what else the cheap seats have, besides distance from the stage?

    Perspective. A more malignant soul than I might term it “field of fire”. Myself, I prefer the ballot box.

    Folks who do not understand “minute of angle”, probably should avoid threatening folks who do.

  2. There’s something about this whole argument that’s seriously wrong. Those facts are being completely dropped.

    it should not be based on “show me how you’re going to end climate change”, and comparing plans. Their whole argument that “the world is going to end in 12 years” isn’t even backed by the UN IPCC, the most ardent supporters of anti-warming policy (income redistribution). Suddenly, the whole argument is over a freak paper that the 12 years argument comes from, not the IPCC. And the IPCC has always been too extreme.

    The arguments should be based on what Dr. Judy Curry says about there being no crisis. Excerpt by Borepatch (I’m not even pimping my own blog)

    “Every single catastrophic scenario considered by the IPCC AR5 (WGII, Table 12.4) has a rating of very unlikely or exceptionally unlikely and/or has low confidence. The only tipping point that the IPCC considers likely in the 21st century is disappearance of Arctic summer sea ice (which is fairly reversible, since sea ice freezes every winter).”

    Since the IPCC has always been too extreme, that probably means there is no threat whatsoever.

    There is absolutely no crisis that requires tearing the country’s economy apart. This is nothing by political propaganda.

  3. Someone should be sending them aid.

    Crates of AK-47’s, Mosin-Nagants, RPGs, and lots of ammo and grenades. Send them video of how to use these tools to stop their government.

    They voted their way into it. Now they need to shoot their way out of it.

    Or starve. All the oil in Venezuela is not worth the life of one American Soldier.

  4. Loved James Woods’ reply to this commie runt:

    “So, you may have missed this, but the way it works in America is YOU work for US. The last time somebody told Americans to sit down and shut up was 1776. If you ever learn to read, look it up. You are not only a idiot, you’re an arrogant idiot, and there is nothing more dangerous”
    (https://twitter.com/RealJamesWoods/status/1099383887770206210?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw)

    Likely it’ll go in one of her ears and out the other, as there’s nothing in between. She’s really settling in well in the Swamp. SMH

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