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13312614, Venezuelan officials accuse the US of sending a cache of high-powered rifles on a commercial cargo flight from Miami so they would get into the hands of 'extreme right fascist' groups looking to under
Posted by bentagain, Fri Feb-08-19 11:50 AM
rifles on a commercial cargo flight from Miami so they would get into the hands of 'extreme right fascist' groups looking to undermine Maduro's regime

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6674105/Venezuelan-officials-large-cache-weapons-hidden-airport-delivered-Miami.html

Officials in Venezuela have accused the US of sending a cache of high-powered rifles and ammunition on a commercial cargo flight from Miami so they would get into the hands of President Nicolás Maduro's opponents.

Members with the Venezuelan National Guard and the National Integrated Service of Customs and Tax Administration made the shocking discovery just two days after the plane arrived at Arturo Michelena International Airport in Valencia.

Inspectors found 19 rifles, 118 magazines and 90 wireless radios while investigating the flight which they said arrived Sunday afternoon.

Monday's bust also netted four rifle stands, three rifle scopes and six iPhones.

The Deputy Minister of Public Security, Endes Palencia, told reporters during a Tuesday afternoon press conference that the weapons were destined to reach the hands of 'extreme right fascist' groups looking to destabilize Maduro's government.

The Venezuelan leader has continuously accused President Donald Trump's administration of helping to organize a coup.

Venezuela's Deputy Minister of Public Security, Endes Palencia (first from left), reveals the shocking discovery of a cache of weapons that was delivered on by a commercial cargo plane from Miami on Sunday. Without offering any evidence, the government has blamed the United States government of organizing a coup +3
Venezuela's Deputy Minister of Public Security, Endes Palencia (first from left), reveals the shocking discovery of a cache of weapons that was delivered on by a commercial cargo plane from Miami on Sunday. Without offering any evidence, the government has blamed the United States government of organizing a coup

Venezuelan officials uncovered a hidden shipment at Arturo Michelena International Airport in Valencia which contained 19 rifles, 118 magazines and 90 wireless radios. President Nicolás Maduro's regime said the warlike artillery was destined to reach groups looking to topple the government +3
Venezuelan officials uncovered a hidden shipment at Arturo Michelena International Airport in Valencia which contained 19 rifles, 118 magazines and 90 wireless radios. President Nicolás Maduro's regime said the warlike artillery was destined to reach groups looking to topple the government

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In his State of the Union address Tuesday night, Trump reiterated the United States' support for opposition leader Juan Guaidó.

'We stand with the Venezuelan people in their noble quest for freedom,' Trump said.

Palencia, without any proof, claimed the weapons were to be used by factions looking to carry out terror activities bankrolled by the 'extreme right fascist' groups and the government of the United States.

The Deputy Minister of Public Security stood behind a table flaked by two government officials while the seized weaponry was displayed during a press conference.





Let the beacon of freedom and democracy rang out with...blaaaat blaaaat blaaaaat

SMH, seriously though, I couldn't find a US/MSM reference...?