Skip to comments.Venezuelan President Blames U.S. for Supermarket Riot That Left One Dead
Posted on 08/03/2015 2:10:13 PM PDT by PROCON
Socialist Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is blaming a United States conspiracy for a supermarket riot over the weekend that left one 21-year-old man deada man witnesses say was shot to death by Venezuelas Bolivarian National Guard.
A mob attacked a supermarket warehouse in San Félix, Bolívar, on Friday, attempting to tear down the walls of a warehouse and acquire basic food items, such as milk and flour. Video shows a crowd of dozens organizing in front of the building and attempting to break through, with Bolivarian National Guard troops attempting to violently disperse the crowd. When police finally managed to subdue the crowd, 60 people were arrested, and 21-year-old Gustavo Patinez Gómez was dead of a gunshot wound to the chest.
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Now we all know that 'Ol Joe can't even decide which pair of socks to put on in the morning.
Hmmm, people starving and Maduro is wondering why their rioting for food.
Ain't socialism wonderful?
” ‘Ol Joe can’t even decide which pair of socks to put on in the morning.”
“Brown or Blue? Blue or Brown? I know! I’ll wear one of each!”
That’s a keeper!!
Nicolas seems to have been trained at the DNC.
I come to learn that Venezuela's National Guard is called 'The Bolivarian National Guard Of Venezuela', which I guess clears things up.
I like that!
They are named in honor of Simon Bolivar, Venezuela’s George Washingtn, founder of their country.
Hey, keep blaming Biden. That should squash his dream of running for ‘16.
Last week, I bought the one and only package of cheapo tp our store had. And it was a 4 roll pack. When it hits the fan, shelves in one Texas store will be bare in 3 minutes flat.
“Let’s be more like them!” -leftism
I plan on using fluffy forest animals when the tp runs out.
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