in the vicinityVideoSen. Rick Scott to a military uprising in Venezuela: “We don’t have to be a Syria, if we are to take seriously’
Senate Republicans, Rick Scott responded to the proposal of the President, in the fight against the immigration crisis and the role of the United States in Venezuela, the struggle for power.
Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., weighed, in Venezuela opposition leader Juan Guaido call for a military uprising to oust socialist leader, President Nicolas Maduro, on Tuesday, saying, “We don’t go to Syria, if we take it seriously.”
Talk about “America’s Newsroom,” Scott, who also serves on the Senate Armed Services Committee, said: “Let the people of Venezuela to dictate your future, in some distant. And if we don’t do that, here is what is going to happen, we will go, a Syria. You have Russia, China, Iran, the Hezbollah is down there. So we have to do what we can to support Guaido.”
“I hope by the end of the day that Maduro will be out of the country, he will be in Cuba, he will be in Turkey or somewhere.”
On Tuesday, encouraged the masses took to the streets of Caracas and across the country – to the 35-year-old leader of the opposition-led national Assembly and a small contingent of heavily armed soldiers video appeared on an early morning to displace advertising for the “last phase” of his coup, Maduro.
The actions of the opposition to convince Guaido most daring effort so far to bring the military against Maduro.
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Scott said he was at a briefing on Tuesday from the White house and spoke with some military members. He added, “I was down on the border of Venezuela, the Colombia border last week. I saw, you know, that you sleep those mothers with two or three children on the street because they have no job and the only food they get is from a US aid food station, which will give you a meal of the day, and they are waiting (for) hours. So I’m hopeful. I’m hopeful that the military will come to their senses.”
When asked if he thinks really, it is possible that at the end of the day, Maduro would be out of the country, Scott said, “If the military is your job.”
He added, “I feel so terrible for the citizens down there and I see the little babies and their faces, which is not enough to eat. The children get to walk for hours to a school, because they want to be educated.”
“We have to do what we can, whether we have our military to humanitarian aid, but today I pray to God that Juan Guaido is the leader at the end of the day, and Maduro is living somewhere else.”
Scott later explained in his comment that there is a potential for Syria as the situation in Venezuela, saying, “Look who it is. We have China, you have Russia, Hezbollah is in Iran, it is there, in Cuba. You have all the bad actors.”
“And so, when Maduro, not all step aside, this bad actor, will always be bigger and bigger and bigger. And what will happen, it will cause problems, for Colombia, for Brazil, for Panama, for all the countries in South and Central America, and then, what is America to do? On the sidelines you sit then? What do the military, from all these countries? You are going to sit on the sidelines, where you have terrorists like the [sic] bombing in Bogota in January? No. We don’t go to Syria, if we take it seriously and find out how to kick Maduro to step aside. China and Russia need to go.”
Scott referred to. January, the car-bomb attack on a police school in Bogota, killing 21 people.
The bomber, identified as the Aldemar Rojas, 56, also known as Mocho Kiko, was killed in the attack, according to defense Minister Guillermo Botero.
Botero, said Rojas was allegedly an explosives expert who had lost an arm Manipulation of explosives in his long career in the ELN rebel cell in the vicinity of the border with Venezuela.
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On “America’s Newsroom” on Tuesday, Scott also weighed in President trump, the call the night before for a radical overhaul to an asylum system, it has long says is full of fraud-including a new fee for the processing of asylum-seekers and the ability to quickly decide plaintiff’s claims, while also being apart of them from the work in the United States in the meantime.
“Here is what is frustrating. I think that the President is not doing these things, because our system works,” said Scott.
“So, we have to find out how we have an asylum system that does what it is supposed to do, and help those with asylum not to let people with the benefits of the system.”
In a presidential memorandum, Trump specifically said that attorney General William Barr, and acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan, sweeping overhaul of the asylum system, it was necessary to have a “crisis” at the border.
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Arrests along the southern border by leaps and bounds in the last few months, with the edge representative of more than 100,000 arrests or refusal of the registration in March, a 12-year high. Immigration courts in the processing of asylum applications currently have a backlog of more than 800,000 cases, and asylum-seekers increasingly stay in the United States, even after their claims had been denied asylum.
“We know that we have a crisis on the border. The Democrats sitting on the side line. You have to think that this is good politics for them,” said Scott.
“I was on the border. It is not fair to our agents. You don’t have enough people, you have enough technology, you have to barriers. The Democrats have to start up and say: “we have a limit.'”
He continued, “But the Democrats are on the side line. You have to think that this is good policy.”
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Scott added, “I was down in Panama, in the Venezuelan border, Colombia, and Buenos Aires last week. I met with DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration), the agents, and they told me (about) all the terrorists that you have found, trying to cross the border. This was in Panama, to cross through Panama North through Central America, to Mexico, to the United States.”
“We need to understand that there are people who come (from) all over the world, some of them, they are wonderful people who want to do the right things, but some of them are the damage to us and so we have to secure our border.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.