According to a Breitbart report, Venezuela’s socialist regime dictator, Nicolás Maduro, says that the United States has infiltrated his country using “spy planes”. His point comes just days after a national media fallout over a Chinese spy balloon that was shot down over U.S. soil.
U.S. “Spy Planes” Reported Over Venezuela. Dictator Maduro responded to the recent drama involving Chinese spy balloons flying over the United States by shrugging it off. He says the spy balloon “did not represent any threat.”
Maduro’s comments downplaying the spy balloon come as Marudo’s country is quietly in deep financial debt to Communist China. They also come as he tries to undermine the United States, which is standing in the way of his climb to absolute power in his country.
Marudo’s leading official also released his own statement. Domingo Hernández Lárez, chief of the Maduro regime’s Strategic Operational Command of the Bolivarian National Armed Force, carefully pointed out that in the last 3o days alone, his own government had tracked at least 4 occasions where the United States deployed “spy planes” over his country in an act of aggression:
“In no less than 4 occasions in the last 30 days, the Flight Information Region has been violated by U.S. spy planes, disrespecting international conventions.”
It’s pretty hypocritical that while America is blaming China of spying on foreign nations with balloons, we do it in military fighter jets.
High Ground Lost? One of George Washington’s most powerful quotes as president of our country was the following:
“The great rule of conduct for us in regard to foreign nations is in extending our commercial relations, to have with them as little political connection as possible.”
In other words: Beware of foreign entanglements.
Perhaps if the United States government was protecting our own borders instead of flying spy planes over other countries, Communist dictators like Marudo and his cronies wouldn’t be able to pretend they have the high ground.
Our government should go back to doing what it was intended to do: Put America first. Always.