JOHN BOLTON THREATENS TO SEND VENEZUELA'S MADURO TO OFFSHORE US PRISON AT GUANTÁNAMO | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


 JOHN BOLTON THREATENS TO SEND VENEZUELA'S MADURO TO OFFSHORE US PRISON AT GUANTÁNAMO

National Security Adviser John Bolton—the neoconservative who's played a key role in the Trump administration's effort to overthrow the Venezuelan government—suggested on Friday that President Nicolás Maduro could find himself locked away in the U.S. military prison at the Guantánamo Bay Naval Station in Cuba if he does not soon step aside.

Bolton—who has repeatedly threatened U.S. military action to force out Maduro—made the threat in a "crazy" radio interview (mp3) with right-wing commentator Hugh Hewitt about President Donald Trump's broader policy toward Venezuela, including the administration's endorsement of self-declared "Interim President" Juan Guaidó, and sanctions imposed via executive order against the state-owned oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PdVSA).

NSA John Bolton suggests Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro could end up in Guantanamo. Also seems like the Trump administration is expecting tomorrow to be showdown day in Venezuela as protests expected nationwide. Crazy interview: https://t.co/3lnZEUj7ch

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One wonders just how Bolton & Company will attempt to do this, in light of the fact that for the most part, Venezuela's military are still supporting Maduro.

Does President Trump plan to go into Caracas with a decap team?!?!?

This... should be very interesting.

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