“「自由」やその他の反政府スローガンを叫ぶ, 数百人のキューバ人が日曜日に全国の都市の街頭に出て、食糧と薬の不足に抗議した。, in a remarkable eruption of discontent not seen in nearly 30 年,” The Times tweeted Sunday.
Some Twitter users called out the tweet for equating “自由” として “anti-government slogan.”
“You won’t see a tweet that better summarizes the massive divide between the ideological right and the ideological left in America today,” Bongino responded on “狐 & 友達.” “The government, ブライアン, doesn’t give you freedoms. Does everybody understand that? Those freedoms are granted to you by God… The way the left sees it in their vision of the world is that that freedom is somehow granted to you by government.”
“Peaceful protests are growing in Cuba as the Cuban people exercise their right to peaceful assembly to express concern about rising COVID case/deaths & medicine shortage,” Julie Chung, the acting assistant secretary for the department’s Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, 投稿. “We commend the numerous efforts of the Cuban people mobilizing donations to help neighbors.”
Bongino called the analysis a continuation of a decades-long effort by the liberal left to “cover up” インクルード “stain on human society of communism, socialism and totalitarianism.”
“They don’t really want you to know why these people are in the streets,” 彼は言った. “You can use power and force as much as you want, but eventually… people are going to go to the streets and say, ‘I was born free. I’m not asking you for anything. Get out of our way. Our freedom is ours. God gave it to us, not you.'”
Politicians on both sides of the aisle have spoken out in favor of the Cuban demonstrators. その. マルコ・ルビオ, R-Fla。, called out media for their initial reluctance to provide extensive coverage on the event and the バイデン administration for the State Department’s “ridiculous” 応答.
“Attention US media In #Cuba they are rising up because socialism is a [ママ] always disaster Are you going to report on this so the world can hear their voices?” Rubio tweeted.
ボンジーノ, who said he was “fired up” by the subject, signed off with one final thought: “The desire to squelch human liberty, ええと, it’ll never, ever match the energy of people who just want to yearn to be free, 何があっても,” 彼は言った.
フォックス・ニュース’ Lindsay Kornick and Edmund DeMarche contributed to this report.