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 Building Bridges 
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 Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg  
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No to U.S. Orchestrated Coup in Venezuela! No to Trump Imbuing Himself with the Power to Decide the Leader of a Sovereign Country! WHERE ARE THE DEMOCRATS?
Marc Weisbrot, is co-director with Dean Baker of the Center for Economic and Policy Research and is President of Just Foreign Policy, a non-governmental organization dedicated to reforming United States foreign policy.
Kevin Zeese, a lawyer and political activist who has worked on a wide range of issues beginning with ending the war on drugs and mass incarceration, including helping to organize the 2011 Occupy encampment in Washington, DC at Freedom Plaza. He currently serves as co-director of Popular Resistance.

"There is a great provocation led by the U.S. empire now in Venezuela. There's no doubt in the world that it's President Donald Trump who wants to impose a
de factro, unconstitutional government. It's a coup in Venezuela against the people and democracy"
said duly elected Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro

So far only a handful of them--Senator Sanders and Representatives Khanna, Gabbard, Ocasio-Cortez, Lee, and Omar"have spoken out against Trumps policy, and some--such as Sen. Dick Durbin and Rep. Adam Schiff"have actually supported Trump. We need to send an urgent message now to the Democrats in Congress telling them to speak out against the U.S. orchestration of a coup in Venezuela.

The U.S. has a long and sordid history of supporting coups in Latin America and they always turned out horrible for the people: Guatemala in 53, Chile in 73, and Honduras today. The U.S. has been trying to overthrow the Maduro government in Venezuela for years (hint: Venezuela has the worlds largest oil reserves). Our experts dissect the role of the U.S. as architect of economic sanctions that have devastated the country's economy, creating a humanitarian crisis of food and medicine shortages, widespread poverty, and mass migration. The coup attempt must be condemned, and U.S. interventions for regime change in sovereign countries categorically rejected.
produced by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash
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