With pomp and show, Nicolas Maduro was sworn-in today as President of Venezuela. But, critics question the legitimacy of his power says @brianpablo10 who was at the inauguration for @ReutersTV @Reuters
He is not "President". He is a dictactor.
those critics ; dirty pentagon&cia
We've been questioning the legitimacy of Reuters' Venezuela reporting that never mentions US training and funding of the opposition or those state department desks involved down there, or USAID, NED, CIA, multiple layers of sanctions, etc.
Which critics? Those on his pay or those on US pay?
The critica being the US whi want to plunder the oil reserves of the country who keep containers full of insulin on the docks even though paid for to punish the people as Venezuela has not sold out to US oil interests. Food is kept back to make the people suffer they see the BS
This is one big orc-monster-evil human being. Wish he could,be locked up, now
Socialist Utopia, where 75% of the people go hungry, while ‘el presidente’ is fat and gets rich by confiscating the country’s wealth “in the name of the people”.
So far millions haven't been killed like the media have been saying.
Losers always question the winners.
Critiques dont matter. Important is Russia, Cuba and China by his side.
"Everyone who cheers gets to eat today!" "Huraay...."
Well did he win the popular vote or not? I think he's legit.