Guaido, Maduro rallies set as Venezuela emerges from blackout | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Guaido, Maduro rallies set as Venezuela emerges from blackout

Thousands of Venezuelans prepared to protest once again Saturday as opposition leader Juan Guaido cranks up the pressure on beleaguered President Nicolas Maduro and the lights came back on following an electricity blackout that caused chaos in the crisis-wracked country.

Both Guaido and Maduro, who are locked in a bitter power struggle for the right to lead the oil-rich South American nation, have asked their supporters to fill the streets of Caracas and other cities.

“I call on the Venezuelan people to make a huge statement in the streets against the usurper, corrupt and incapable regime that has plunged our country into darkness,” Guaido wrote on Twitter.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Raising on a busted flush. The people of Venezuela believe the massive blackouts are caused by the US!

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