Venezuela: What kind of a circus is this? (Guaido puppet)

Diosdado Cabello reports only 39 deputies attended the act of self-proclaimed at media outlet headquarters in Caracas yesterday in which he re-proclaimed himself re-elected. “There was one who even fainted to not vote,” ironizes Cabello.

Why didn’t they let Juan Guaido into the Venezuelan parliament?

The reason is, because he wanted to enter to the parliament, with deputies, who are investigated by Venezuelan justice and they are not in political functions, he said with them or did not in (since he didn’t have votes to be reelected), all this for 3 hours (since the sessions have date and time will not wait for him), ultimately madness, wants to get in violently, and of course the security guards the Venezuelan parliament did not allow it, he try this just when someone informed him the new board of directors was being sworn.

moment when the Bolivarian National Guard gives Guaidó access to the National Assembly and he refuses to enter


It’s important to highlight all deputies opposing the government could enter without any problem,

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Anon Candanga
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