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Rodríguez: Last names are a shame for this libertarian land

"Without tricks and without tricks" Rodríguez showed the minuscule concentration of the right in Guatire, Miranda

The head of the “Venezuela Nuestra” campaign command, Jorge Rodríguez, pointed out this Friday that surnames are a true shame for this libertarian land.

This statement was made by the vice president of Communication and Electoral Affairs of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) through a post on his account on "They have and ask the people of Venezuela for the vote, to whom they have done so much damage with the sanctions of the gringos who are their mother's sons."

Likewise, Rodríguez showed in another post the minuscule concentration of the right in Guatire, Zamora municipality, in Miranda. “Without tricks, without tricks, this is what the violent people gathered in Guatire. In a little while I'll show you ours. #ViolentFailed.”

The streets belong to the people loyal to the Bolivarian Revolution

Rodríguez assured that in Guatire, a town in the state of Miranda, the streets belong to the people loyal to the Bolivarian Revolution.

“In Guatire the streets belong to the people, not to the oligarchy. "This is an immense explosion of love that we have seen in every street, in every corner of Venezuela, from those of us who have gone through difficulties, facing all the criminal and rude actions of the United States and its lackeys," he emphasized at the rally in support of the president of the Republic, Nicolás Madura, and against the blockade against the country.

He stressed that in the various marches carried out in recent weeks, the streets have overflowed “with love, tenderness, full life,” AVN reports.

That is why he insisted that “the worst is over, we have already managed to defeat the sanctions, the Covid and the slaves of the United States,” which is why he predicted “the future and the life we ​​deserve.”

“Now we are better, we are better prepared and we are the true giants of the Venezuelan homeland,” he said.

In his speech, he asserted that President Maduro "is a decent, good, honest man, loyal to the core and who never succumbed to temptations."

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