One of the first to ratify his support for the coup was U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, who has tweeted 30 messages vehemently to express his desire to see President Maduro deposed.
International law seems to matter little to the United States (U.S.) government as they once again have publicly expressed support for a coup attempt against the constitutional and democratically elected government of Venezuela.
One of the first to ratify his support for the destabilizing attempt was U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, who since early Tuesday morning as news of an attempted coup reached the world, has tweeted 30 messages vehemently to express his desire to see President Nicolas Maduro deposed.
In response, Venezuelan state officials have denounced the comments issued by the foreigner government leaders. “In a shameless and immoral way, the US government recognizes its authorship in this criminal attempt of a coup in Venezuela! They show the world their desire to destroy our Homeland!” Vice President of Venezuela, Delcy Rodriguez, tweeted on Tuesday.
Early this Tuesday Minister of Communication Jorge Rodriguez reported that a group of about 50 soldiers located in the Altamira highway, in eastern Caracas, to promote a coup supporting the far-right’s agenda….
“Stand For Peace,” Milwaukee, WI January 26, 2019 / Photo: WI BOPM