Death squad dictatorships need representation, too.
So here we go, Venezuela got elected as a member of the United Nations Human Rights Council, joining with Sudan, Libya, Mauritania and other hellholes to pass judgment about human rights in the West and shield themselves from any criticism coming back at them. All by itself, it’s an argument for disbanding this travesty.
Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley noticed how bad it was:
— Nikki Haley (@NikkiHaley) October 17, 2019
Bloomberg’s Tic Toc has a video of Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro crowing about it, winding up his speech to yell about President Trump:
Venezuela has won a seat on the UN Human Rights Council despite facing accusations of widespread torture, extrajudicial killings and economic malpractice. President Maduro calls it "a great victory" pic.twitter.com/nXaqBiVQvu
— Bloomberg TicToc (@tictoc) October 18, 2019
Venezuela is one of the world’s worst death-squad regimes, with thousands of citizens hunted down and shot or beaten to death by its socialist goon squads and their affiliated motorcycle thugs. It practices Cuban-led torture, and its economy and capacity to supply food have left it a smoking ruin. Four million Venezuelans have fled the hellhole, with numbers set to double.
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