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Maria Salazar Is Every Socialist’s Nightmare



Socialism has a new enemy and her name is Maria Salazar, Representative for Florida’s 27th congressional district. She is a former journalist who has worked with CNN Español, Spanish-language TV station Telemundo and Miami-based Mega TV. She holds a degree in communications from the University of Miami, and has received a Master of Public Administration from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Salazar is the daughter of Cuban exiles who escaped the tiny island nation when socialist revolutionary Fidel Castro grabbed power. Today she is a proud member of the Republican Party and vows to continue to fight for the freedom of the oppressed people of Cuba. 

In fact, the GOP congresswoman is set to introduce a resolution that will denounce socialism and will teach the dangers of the ideology to American culture. The proposal, which will bring into light the atrocities of socialist regimes worldwide, is supported by 190 of her Republican party-mates.

Part of the resolution’s function is to urge the House of Representatives to condemn socialism “in all its forms,” to reject “the implementation of socialist policies in the United States of America,” and to remind the people the our nation is “founded on the belief in the sanctity of the individual, to which the collectivistic system of socialism in all of its forms is fundamentally and necessarily opposed.” 

At a house session earlier this week, Salazar criticized the Biden administration for its plan of reversing the restriction of remittances to Cuba, but backed off due to the high possibility of interception by the socialist government.

“After a week of silence, now the Biden administration is saying they are going to review the effect of the remittances .That is very embarrassing. It’s a slap in the face to you, to your father, to all the Cuban people and to us, the elected officials, who were not informed or consulted,” Salazar stated.

“The bare minimum the Biden administration could do is to connect the internet, because that way, the world will be able to know and see the truth, and they can communicate among themselves. They will also know that they are not alone and that the United States is with them,” she added.

Last week, Salazar also criticized the administration for the lack of fervour in supporting the plight of the Cuban people. She also reiterated the importance of providing Cubans internet connection, to provide them access to information and to allow them to communicate their problems to the whole world.

“President Biden’s lukewarm response is unacceptable. He cannot say he supports the Cuban people in Cuba, the Cuban American community that I represent in the City of Miami, without clear actions. While the Cuban people protest, their regime has cut off the internet. They don’t want the world to see the atrocities of socialism and communism. We must restore internet on the island, information is power,” she said.

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