Trump Administration increases pressure against the Socialist regime in Venezuela.
President Trump promised to work out a solution to the crisis in Venezuela and he is keeping his word.
The people of Venezuela hope the US uses the latest news coming from Venezuela to finally remove they Socialist tyrant Nicolas Maduro.
On Thursday the US Attorney General William Barr along with the DEA and Prosecutors from the Justice Department filed charges against the Maduro regime.
The US Department of Justice accused the Maduro regime of narco-terrorism, drug trafficking, corruption and money laundering. The charges were made against Maduro, Diosdado Cabello and 12 members of the Venezuelan cartel.
The US is offering a generous reward of millions of US dollars for handing over to criminals making the announcement much more attractive.
According to RCN Radio in Venezuela, the Trump White House is preparing to designate Venezuela a state sponsor of terrorism in the coming days. One of the wanted men, Cliver Alcalá, claims that Juan Guaidó signed a contract to buy weapons for the movement against Maduro. Alcalá Cordonez says that he will turn himself in to the Colombian authorities.
The Venezuelan opposition led by Juan Guaido is not strong enough to weaken the dictator Maduro, because the tyrant still has the loyalty of the military who are involved in drug trafficking.
Despite the fact that Juan Guaido declared himself President in charge and was backed by dozens of countries around the world, including the United States, the military forces have kept Maduro in power.
Finally, the decisions of the US government in the coming days may drive the end of the socialist regime. The announcement today by the US DOJ accusing Venezuela of being a terrorist financier puts the Marxist regeime in the same company of only four other countries, North Korea, Iran, Sudan and Syria.
This is an important week for Venezuela.
And the coronavirus has also hit its shores.
Elda Primera is a Venezuelan journalist in exile. She is a journalist covering the Venezuelan crisis. She was a television and radio reporter for 19 years in Venezuela before fleeing the country late last year. Currently, Elda continues to write about the Venezuelan conflict. Elda is an expert on the dangers of socialism. She is committed to freedom of expression and the restitution of democracy for a better world.
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Elda Primera at elda[email protected]