“Yes I want to use the U.S. judicial system -- the immigration courts in particular -- to jam, to backlog it so perhaps President Trump will change his mind and stop this ridiculous policy -- this unpleasant and hostile policy -- of deporting people...” (Jorge Castañeda to Tucker Carlson, Foxnews, 2/14/17.)
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Humberto Fontova holds an M.A. in Latin American Studies from Tulane University and is the author of four books, including Fidel: Hollywood’s Favorite Tyrant and Exposing the Real Che Guevara and the Useful Idiots Who Idolize Him. For more information and for video clips of his television and college speaking appearances, please visit www.hfontova.com.
“Los cubanos están cagados,” — the Cubans are sh------ themselves -- said a businessman who regularly meets with Cuban government officials and told the Miami Herald and el Nuevo Herald they contacted him after Trump’s victory. “They have no communication channels to Trump.”
While “White” American voters supported Trump at a rate of 56%, Cuban American voters went for the Republican candidate at a rate of 58% -- or perhaps even higher.
“The Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA) prohibits any foreign national from contributing, donating or spending funds in connection with any federal, state, or local election in the United States, either directly or indirectly. It is also unlawful to help foreign nationals violate that ban or to solicit, receive or accept contributions or donations from them. Persons who knowingly and willfully engage in these activities may be subject to fines and/or imprisonment…The ban on political contributions and expenditures by foreign nationals was first enacted in 1966 as part of the amendments to the Foreign Agents Registration Act, an "internal security" statute. The goal of the FARA was to minimize foreign intervention in U.S. elections.”
“It’s Hillary’s hour!... The only hope of defeating Donald Trump is Hillary Clinton…the difference between the two candidates is vast. Barack Obama did not exaggerate when he claimed that she was better prepared to be a U.S. President than even he was—or was her husband Bill Clinton.” (Stalinist Cuba’s KGB-founded and mentored media organ Cubadebate, Oct. 15, 2016.)
“Miami's veterans of the Bay of Pigs invasion voted late Wednesday (Oct. 12) to endorse Donald Trump for president, the first endorsement in the organization's 55-year history.”
The comradeship between the “Liberation Theology” Tim Kaine admits to embracing while working as a missionary in Central America and mass-murderer Che Guevara is such that some of the cheekier proponents of this Catholic heresy (as denounced by Pope John Paul II himself) depict an iconographic “Chesucristo,” with Christ impersonating Che Guevara in the famous t-shirt/emblem.
“How Donald Trump’s Company Violated the United States Embargo Against Cuba,” blares the Newsweek headline from Sept. 29th
Just when you thought Colin Kaepernick took the cake (ha-ha!) for denouncing “police murders” while wearing a t-shirt idolizing a Stalinist dictator (Fidel Castro) whose police and death squads murdered more Cubans in his first three years in power than Hitler murdered Germans during his first six—just when was blowing over JetBlue steps up to the plate.
“I’m going to continue to stand with the people that are being oppressed. There is police brutality. People of color have been targeted by police…There’s people being murdered unjustly and not being held accountable.” (Colin Kaepernick)
Some U.S. lawmakers still take their jobs seriously, especially members of the House Committee on Homeland Security. You see, as a crowning component of his fetish for “normalizing” relations with (embracing and subsidizing) the Terror-Sponsoring Castro family crime syndicate (called “Cuba” by Obama and his lapdog mainstream media) President Obama has given rapid and enthusiastic approval for six U.S. airlines to start flying one hundred direct flights a week from nine airports in terror-sponsoring Cuba to fifteen airports in our homeland.
Obama's Department of Health and Human Services signed a healthcare cooperation deal with Castro-regime because: “Cuba has made significant contributions to health and science."
Thanks largely to Obama’s recent “engagement” Stalinist Cuba has quickly become the absolute coolest place on earth.
What? You missed that news item? Well, you probably read about it, but under a different headline last weekend. You probably read about a “Historic!” -- even an “Epochal!” -- Rolling Stones concert in Havana Friday night. The hyperventilating “reporters” probably followed up by mentioning “historic changes!” and “reforms!” in Cuba, as proven by the very concert.
The stake is up, the torch is lit, and the wood is drenched with kerosene. As the crowd forms, the popcorn and beer (actually sushi and Chardonnay for this crowd) vendors set up shop. The excited crowd cranes its neck, looks around, shields their eyes for a better view.
Katie Couric hailed Barbara Walters this week in Vanity Fair, calling her "an early ballbuster, and I mean that in the nicest possible way. She rattled a lot of cages before women were even allowed into the zoo." The occasion was her retirement this week from the popular television show "The View."
It’s not often that a U.S. government agency gets caught red-handed abiding by its charter and performing its publicly-avowed and legislatively-approved duties. But last week the AP “broke” a long and breathless story from Havana that nailed the USAID (United States Agency for International Development) for just that.
The U.S. imports over five times as much oil from Venezuela as from Kuwait. Been to the pumps lately? Wonder what’s going on? Venezuela is in turmoil, that’s what.
Let’s excuse our intrepid “watchdog” MSM. They’re too busy rummaging through Sarah Palin’s garbage to report on the actual sayings and doings by our actual government officials. So here’s a report from Britain’s Guardian on a speech by Alec Ross, the U.S. State Department’s senior advisor on innovation: "Dictatorships are now more vulnerable than they have ever been before,” he proclaimed at the Innovate Conference in London this week. “One thesis statement I want to emphasize is how networks [the Internet] disrupt the exercise of power … because of the devolution of power from the nation state to the individual…the Internet has become the Che Guevara of 21st century."