Ted Cruz Raises Big Questions About Biden’s Horrible Anti-Cuba Protest Message at the White House – RedState

Ted Cruz Raises Big Questions About Biden’s Horrible Anti-Cuba Protest Message at the White House – RedState

Ted Cruz Raises Big Questions About Biden’s Horrible Anti-Cuba Protest Message at the White House – RedState

Without question, Biden’s White House message on Cuba has been an absolute disaster, ever since White House press secretary Jen Psaki’s response to the acting Deputy State Department. Secretary Julie Chung’s response, who completely ignored the central theme of the “freedom” of the demonstrations. President Biden’s statement was better, but it came about 48 hours after the protests began.

For Senator Ted Cruz (Republican of Texas), whose father Rafael endured the beatings of the Batista regime and finally fled Cuba in 1957, the question of the Cubans demanding the end of the dictatorship of Cuban President Miguel Díaz Canel, as well as the brutally oppressive communist. The rule that has been around the country for decades is an issue that hits close to home.

Cruz had a particular problem with Chung’s tweet, where she spoke about how the Cuban people were “exercising their right to peaceful assembly” and, in turn, raised some important questions about why the White House is doing as much gaslighting as the main reason for the protests, and they also pretend that those who march in the streets (and are later detained, interrogated and beaten) have “the right” to do so under the communist regime. Chung’s tweet is below. Cruz’s reactions are as follows:

Cruz posted these two tweets on Monday morning, asking “what about the Biden administration?”, Legitimately shaming his milquetoast stance and making it clear that only the United States’ unequivocal support for the protesters and condemnations of the brutal repressions by the Cuban government against those going out on the street will do:

Later, he attacked the administration for a new report from the Wall Street Journal on the Cuban government’s crackdown on protesters, rhetorically asking “how is this possible? [considering what the Biden administration has previously stated about Cuba’s leadership]? “

As usual, Cruz is right here and the timing of that Wall Street Journal report and others on the scene in Cuba who witnessed what is happening could not have been worse for the Biden White House. In reality, his message from the beginning should have been more along the lines of former President Trump: calling out what is happening and the government’s response for what they both are, and demanding freedom for the oppressed people of Cuba.

But we, and more importantly, the Cuban people, will not get the support and encouragement they became accustomed to under the Trump administration. Instead, they’ll get Team Biden cliché by throwing a keyword or two here and there about freedom doing absolutely nothing to support such statements.

Oh well.At least we don’t get bad tweets anymore. That has to account for something, I guess.

Retrospective scene: Ted Cruz absolutely levels Chuck Schumer during the essential victory lap speech on the S.1 fault

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