“We protected the gold from the claws of the regime so that they do not continue to steal the money from the Venezuelans,” said President Juan Guaidó in relation to the $3.2 million luxury cars that the United States seized from Nicolas Maduro’s dictatorship before they were imported into Venezuela.
The national leader assured that 96% of the country lives in poverty, one of the consequences of the corruption and theft by the dictatorship of the Venezuelan State.
The also president of the National Assembly said that Venezuela is living amidst the destruction of a regime that only looks after its privileges and not those of the Venezuelans.
“This is a portrait of a regime in decline: they protect their privileges, they buy luxury vehicles and not respirators,” he said.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security seized all 81 luxury vehicles in the state of Florida that were to be smuggled into Venezuela for the dictatorship’s officials. The investigation revealed that the vehicles were acquired by the regime in the United States using fraudulent methods to avoid the personal sanctions against the dictatorship’s leaders.
Por esto protegimos el Oro de las garras del régimen: para que no sigan robándose el dinero de los venezolanos, por lo que hoy 96% del país vive en pobreza.
Esto es el retrato de un régimen en decadencia: protegen sus privilegios, compran vehículos de lujo y no respiradores. https://t.co/MaX7mvbCUy
— Juan Guaidó (@jguaido) July 8, 2020