In a new attempt to denigrate freedom of expression, Chavismo’s number two, Diosdado Cabello again attacked Infobae for reporting attacks that had armed Chavista groups happened in venezuela, during the regional and municipal elections on Sunday 21 November.
hair referenced A note published by infobae that reports repeated acts of violence in different regions of Venezuela And that he left the balance of one dead and several wounded.
“Firings, threats, robberies and beatings: videos of attacks by the Chavista collective during regional elections in Venezuela,” Cabello read on a billboard where he has a clipping of the note’s title. He later added to all the challenging: “These are already tired,” while he crossed out the headline letters with a red ink marker as a symbol of the media’s disapproval.
This is not the first time Chavismo has attacked Infobay. In fact, Since 2014, the media has been the victim of a blockade by the Nicolas Maduro regime., which does not allow Venezuelans in the country access to the news site and the possibility of free information to them.
During his television show, With Mallet Giving, aired on state channel VTV, is also the Vice President of the Socialist Party of Venezuela (Psuv), insulted the mission of the European Union which traveled as observers of regional and municipal elections Which were done last Sunday, November 21 in the Caribbean country.
“These people believe that we are a colony. I have already reported. It is also said that they come in January. How do you feel like you can come to Venezuela whenever you feel like it? No, comrade, it’s not like that!”, Cabello declared.
“What is her name? Queen Isabel? It may have been given to her thinking of Queen Elizabeth… They play the role of a fool, because it gives us neither cold nor heat, I read it so you can see how odd this initial report is. Those and those who come in January… should come in carnivals, disguised. Baal joked.
However, the Chavista leader falsely accused Isabel Santos, the head of the observer mission, of the publication of the report, which Cabello had prepared before the election.
“Ma’am, why don’t you read the Venezuelan law before sticking your tongue where it shouldn’t?” Cabello said, referring to Santos.