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Is Military Action in Venezuela Likely?

THE U.S. APPOINTED A NEW PRESIDENT FOR VENEZUELA, OVERRIDING DEMOCRATIC ELECTIONS.

Was this action essential for U.S. national security interests?


The stunning move last week of President Trump directly interfering in the sovereign state affairs of Venezuela (VZ) struck many as a typical U.S. tradition of dominating “banana republics” south of our border.  Why did this occur?  Was it necessary? Was this a conventional CIA initiated coup? Should the President have been so bold to take such a stand?  In my opinion, it probably was a necessary move. John Bolton’s “white pad warning” of sending 5,000 U.S. troops to VZ … Read More