What was not discussed between Biden and the Trumpist mafia of Florida

What was not discussed between Biden and the Trumpist mafia of Florida
Fecha de publicación: 
2 August 2021
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Last Friday, the U.S. president Joe Biden met with representatives of the Trumpist mafia of Florida at the White House to exchange views on the demonstrations that took place in Cuba last July 11th.

What was discussed there? We all know about it. The same lies the media in that nation have spread for weeks on the alleged unrest in Cuba and how the current President, just like Kennedy did with Dwight D. Eisenhower, must carry on with the interventionist plan devised by his predecessor, Donald Trump, against Cuba.

But, what issues were not discussed by them?

They did not address the incredible lobbying from a bunch of Senators who want to give top priority to the internal affairs of a sovereign nation within the domestic policy while ignoring the U.S.’s.

That is the case of the alleged anti-rioting laws in Florida, which —as everything suggests— are selective and do not apply to Cuban annexationists when they block streets to demand, nothing less than on behalf of the Homeland and the Life, a military intervention.

They did not address either that 19,000 people have been killed by firearms since January in the U.S., according to Gun Violence Archive.

Nor have they talked about the long and painful record of violence in Florida due to firearms, with a constant number of shooting and massive killings in schools, workplaces, and shopping centers.

They did not mention either the statement of the Black Lives Matter (BLM), issued in regard to the demonstrations in Cuba, which condemned the inhumane treatment exerted by the U.S. against the Cuban people and accused America’s leaders of meddling with the Revolution “for decades.” 

“The people of Cuba — stated the BLM members, who suffer from the existing racism and systemic police repression on daily basis — are being punished by the U.S. government because the country (Cuba) has maintained its commitment to sovereignty and self-determination. United States leaders have tried to crush this Revolution for decades.”

They did not address either a sue that a group of residents from Broward County made against Florida governor Ron DeSantis and Florida’s DEO (Department of Economic Opportunity) for cutting off jobless Floridians an additional 300 USD in benefits as part of the COVID-19 relief efforts.

Not to mention the campaign launched via Twitter to save Florida from the spike of the pandemic, which shows a 50% increase in the number of cases, representing the 20% of the total number of infections in the U.S. at present.

Florida reported 409 deaths this week only, and the total number already exceeds 39,000 deaths since March 2020. The highest peak occurred in August 2020, when 1,266 people died in a week.

Nor they addressed the paradox involving the Trumpist mafia in Miami when they labeled as party affairs the U.S. Capitol storming while the terrorist acts that took place in Havana last July 11th were not.

And certainly, no action taken by Biden against Cuba is going to move that anti-Cuban mafia and their acolytes to vote for him nor the “communist” Democrats.

Translated by Sergio A. Paneque Díaz / CubaSí Translation Staff

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