Venezuelan immigrant Daniel Di Martino criticized democratic hopefuls for their socialist policies then the CNN Anchor attempted to correct him.
“Look. There is no further proof of my argument than Bernie Sanders’ statement a few days ago. He refused to say that Nicolas Maduro was a dictator and refused to recognize Juan Guaido as the president of Venezuela. Something Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats have done. This is really dangerous. Democratic primary voters really need to push out these radical Democrats from their party because not all Democrats are that way. I really urge bipartisan compromise on this issue because if we continue Venezuela with socialism and produce very radical socialist policies toward the United States, the United States might get closer to what we are seeing right now in Venezuela.”
Di Martino wrote an op-ed in USA Today titled “Venezuela Was My Home, And Socialism Destroyed It. Slowly, It Will Destroy America Too,” and appeared on CNN’s “New Day” Sunday to address the current unrest in his home country.
He explained that when he was a child, things had been much better — but even by the time he was 11 years old, there were days when the electricity went out and water would be shut off for days or even weeks at a time.
Di Martino argued that recent events prove the Maduro regime will only be toppled by force, saying, “Maduro has shown the last 24 hours he is willing to starve his people to cling in power. This has just shown and proven the theory that most people from Venezuela had — this regime will only get out of power with the use of international force.” More
He didn’t fit CNN’s narrative so bye bye. They don’t want to hear the truth because are only interested in feeding the narrative… the one that will lead America down the same road Venezuela is currently on.
Can you name me different ‘styles’ of Socialism that had different outcomes, Mr. CNN anchor Dave Briggs?