Democrat candidates hold first 2020 debate in Miami, make no mention whatsoever of Cuba or Venezuela

The first 2020 Democratic primary debate was held in Miami on Wednesday night, home to the largest Cuban exile community in the world as well as a significant number of Venezuelan and Nicaraguan exiles. One would think the Democrats would at least briefly mention these countries in Miami since they have been in the news so often over the past few months.

But as it turns out, the misery and human rights atrocities happening in Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua were not important enough to the Democrat candidates.

Via Martí Noticias (my translation):

The first debate of primary candidates for the Democrat nomination for the 2020 presidential elections took place on Wednesday evening in Miami without a single one of the 10 candidates mentioning Cuba, Venezuela, or Nicaragua.

The debate began at 9 PM at the Adrienne Arsht Center for Performing Arts. It was organized by NBC News with candidates Cory Booker, Bill de Blasio, Julian Castro, John Delaney, Tulsi Gabbard, Jay Inslee, Amy Klobuchar, Beto O’Rourke (who replied partly in Spanish to his first question), Tim Ryan, and Elizabeth Warren.

Of course, the topics of Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua are sore spots for the Democrat Party. Not only do these countries provide a perfect example of the brutal repression and misery caused by socialism, Democrats have been defending those dictatorships for decades.

Nevertheless, they are the ones who decided to hold a debate in Miami, home to many exiled victims of these totalitarian socialist regimes. Their refusal to even acknowledge these victims while visiting their home shows incredible cowardice. Unfortunately, this lack of moral courage surprises no one.


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