May 15, 2019
El presidente encargado de Venezuela, @jguaido, aseguró que la reunión con el Comando Sur está avanzando e informó que el próximo lunes se estarían dando resultados sobre la conversación. #TVVenezuela por: https://t.co/q7lyJR9ilM pic.twitter.com/boZjRBc59o
— TVVenezuela Noticias (@TVVnoticias) May 14, 2019
The fake president of Venezuela attempted to throw a coup by using 20-odd military traitors to capture an airbase and then civilians as human shields as they shot at cops, before realizing the revolution wouldn’t happen and going home, and this event caused his support to drop massively.
But if you thought that was the end of Juan Guaido – you were sadly mistaken.
The Venezuelan Beto will never stop. Not until he seizes control.
A representative of the Venezuelan opposition leader in the US will meet members of the Southern Command next week to discuss strategy for regime change in the Latin American country, Juan Guaido has confirmed.
“The meeting will be held on Monday,” the self-proclaimed interim president said at a press conference on Tuesday. “I understand it will be at the State Department, and our ambassador will tell us what is the result of that meeting.”
Over the weekend, Guaido’s ‘envoy’ to the US, Carlos Vecchio, sent a letter addressed to US Adm. Craig S. Faller of SOUTHCOM requesting a “meeting with a technical delegation to advance in strategic and operational planning” in order to “restore democracy” in Venezuela.
#Venezuela: following instructions of Interim President @jguaido, we officially requested the @Southcom a meeting with a technical delegation to advance in strategic and operational planning with the priority goal of stopping our people's suffering and restoring democracy. pic.twitter.com/x3ckEn39cM
— CARLOS VECCHIO (@carlosvecchio) May 13, 2019
Just prior to the opposition’s call for US military assistance, Faller stated that he “looks forward” to discussing how the US can “support the future role” of dissidents to “restore constitutional order.”
When invited by @jguaido & the legitimate gov't of #Venezuela, I look forward to discussing how we can support the future role of those @ArmadaFANB leaders who make the right decision, put the Venezuela people first & restore constitutional order. We stand ready! #EstamosUnidosVE pic.twitter.com/F6ib7mfO47
— U.S. Southern Command (@Southcom) May 9, 2019
The government of Nicolas Maduro, which has long accused the US of stopping at nothing to bring about a regime change, slammed Guaido for his efforts to entice foreign troops into a breach of Venezuela’s sovereignty.
“We reject the letter by one of the coup leaders asking for military intervention in Venezuela, on behalf of a group of coup plotters who carry out terrorist activities to create confusion and destabilize our homeland,” Vice President Delcy Rodriguez noted earlier this week.
There are only two things in this universe that will never stop: time and John Bolton’s devotion to bringing democracy and human rights to every single brown person on earth.
When John Bolton was only 4 years old, his au pair asked him: “Little Johnny, what do you want to be when you grown up?”
Little Johnny didn’t hesitate for an instant: “I want to be a democracy,” he answered.
“Little Johnny, you can’t be a democracy,” Amelie replied. “A democracy isn’t a person. A democracy is something that the US military brings to third world countries by bombing them.”
“Then I will bring democracy to every third world country on earth,” Little Johnny said proudly.
And the story of Donald Trump’s presidency is the story of Little Johnny growing up to do just that.