NYT Pushes For Regime Change In Venezuela: 'Hands Off Can Actually Mean Blood On Your Hands'

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Apr. 02, 2019

Regime change wars are liberal and progressive, according to the New York Times.

NYT shared this propaganda video from "fellow liberal" comedian Joanna Hausmann on Monday titled, "What My Fellow Liberals Don’t Get About Venezuela, subheader, "Stop sanitizing a tyrannical dictator. My country deserves change."
From Noam Chomsky to Ilhan Omar, there is a growing movement on the American left known as “Hands Off Venezuela,” protesting America’s backing of the opposition leader Juan Guaido. Some of them even chant, “Maduro, friend, the people are with you.” In this video Op-Ed, a Venezuelan-American comic argues that these people are living on another planet and ignoring a dire humanitarian crisis.
They shared the video on Twitter:


The whole video is hilarious, but the funniest part has to be when Hausmann justifies US intervention by saying, "hands off can actually mean blood on your hands."

The New York Times failed to disclose that Joanna Hausmann is the daughter of Ricardo Hausmann who has been described as the "neoliberal brain behind Juan Guaido's economic agenda."

Ricardo Hausmann also pushes for regime change in Venezuela as a regular columnist for billionaire globalist George Soros' "Project Syndicate."



Here's some of the top responses to the piece on Twitter:




As VOA reported on March 4: "Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido named Harvard University economist Ricardo Hausmann as the country's representative to the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), Guaido's envoy to the United States said on Monday."



It sure is interesting how similar these "fellow liberals" are to neocons!


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