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Scripps College in Claremont, California, hosted an event on Monday, featuring speakers who defended the dictator of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, in an attempt to impress students with a positive view of the socialist regime.
The college hosted two speakers who defended socialist dictator Nicolas Maduro, and who also scrutinized the idea of foreign countries intervening in Venezuela’s humanitarian crisis, according to The Claremont Independent.
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The event, entitled, “Venezuela is Irrevocably Free,” featured Akinyele Umoja and Jeanette Charles, who used their speaking opportunity to celebrate the endurance of the socialist dictator, whose forces have killed thousands of his nation’s citizens.
Umoja is a professor at Georgia State University, and “a co-founder of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement,” who also attended Maduro’s inauguration earlier this month.
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Charles is reportedly a journalist, who is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Umoja and Charles suggested that the United States is trying “to dictate to a sovereign people” in its opposition to the dictator.
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Speakers attempting to instill favorable opinions of Maduro into the minds of students is taking place at the same time that freshmen members of Congress...
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