On Tuesday, Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) issued a statement demanding that several countries in the European Union end their support of the murderous and corrupt socialist dictatorships in Cuba and Venezuela. Sen. Scott admonished several EU member countries, including the UK, France, Germany, and Spain, for their continued support of Cuba’s socialist Castro dictatorship, which is directly behind keeping Venezuela’s murderous Maduro regime in power.
Republican U.S. Sen. Rick Scott went after the European Union and 17 of its member countries including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Spain Tuesday in his crusade to promote the overthrow of the government of Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro and to punish Maduro’s allies in Cuba.
On Tuesday Scott released a statement demanding that European countries and the European Union stop supporting Cuba because it supports Maduro.
His call came after he finished his second Latin American trip promoting an overthrow of Maduro in Venezuela, which included a speech at the Concordia Summit in which he declared that those supporting Maduro are “co-conspirators” in his genocide.
Last week Scott called on the United States Navy to prepare for a naval blockade of Cuba to prevent the inflow of oil from Venezuela. The week before he suggested U.S. military intervention in Venezuela.
The countries he called out for supporting Cuba are the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal and Sweden. All of them have declared opposition to Maduro and support for Juan Guaidó as the legitimate Venezuelan president. But Scott accused them of hypocrisy because of their trade dealings with Cuba.