Cuban president urges country’s ‘revolutionary’ citizens to counter protesters

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Cuban president urges nation’s ‘revolutionary’ citizens to counter protesters
Thousands of Cubans took to the streets in Havana to lash out on the worsening circumstances within the nation underneath the communist regime—the largest protest in many years—prompting the nation’s president to name on “revolutionary” citizens to counter the protesters.

President Miguel Diaz-Canel, who additionally heads the Communist Party, addressed the nation and blamed the U.S. for stoking the anger, in accordance to the Washington Post.

“We are prepared to do anything,” he stated. “We will be battling in the streets.”

Cuba goes by way of its worst financial disaster in many years, together with a resurgence of coronavirus instances, because it suffers the results of U.S. sanctions imposed by the Trump administration.

Jake Sullivan, the White House nationwide safety adviser, took to Twitter to say the “U.S. supports freedom of expression and assembly across Cuba, and would strongly condemn any violence or targeting of peaceful protesters who are exercising their universal rights.”

Many of the protesters within the city of San Antonio de los Banos had been younger and hurled insults at Diaz-Canel. They shouted that they’re “not afraid.” CLICK HERE FOR MORE ON OUR TOP STORY.

In different developments:
– NY Times ripped for equating ‘freedom’ as ‘anti-government slogan’
– Sen. Cruz says US stands behind Cuban protesters, regime consigned to ‘dustbin of history’
– Watch: American flags fly excessive in opposition of Cuba’s communist authorities
– State Department tweet tying COVID-19 to Cuban protests is criticized
– Bernie Sanders silent on Cuban pro-freedom uprisings after praising Fidel Castro’s communist insurance policies
– ‘WMAG’: Miami mayor explains how Cuban refugees settling in South Florida made America nice

Trump simply wins CPAC 2024 GOP presidential nomination straw ballot
Former President Donald Trump simply gained the 2024 GOP presidential nomination ballot on the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) gathering this weekend in Texas.

Trump, who’s repeatedly flirted with making one other presidential run in 2024 to attempt to return to the White House, captured 70% of ballots forged within the nameless straw ballot, in accordance to outcomes introduced by CPAC on Sunday afternoon.

That’s a lift from the 55% assist he gained within the hypothetical 2024 Republican main matchup straw ballot at CPAC Orlando in late February.

“I want to personally thank each and every one of you for your incredible support,” Trump stated as he gave the Dallas occasion’s keynote deal with minutes later.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis got here in a distant second, at 21%. No one else among the many 19 potential 2024 Republican White House contenders topped 1%. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

In different developments:
– CPAC attendees weigh in: What ought to dad and mom do about CRT in faculties?
– Trump slams Democrats over calls to pack the Supreme Court, alleges intimidation
– Rep. Jody Hice slams Dems for pushing All-Star Game out of Georgia, defends choice to main Raffensperger
– Noem, at CPAC, argues nation wants to ‘repair harm’ Biden is doing

Billionaires descend on Sun Valley in personal jets to discuss local weather change
A cabal of a few of the most high-profile folks in media, finance, and expertise descended on Idaho’s resort city of Sun Valley in personal jets this week to deal with, amongst different issues, local weather change. 

On Tuesday, the day the convention kicked off, visitors from personal jets acquired to be so busy that the Federal Aviation Administration quickly banned planes on the West Coast from taking off.

The FAA advised Fox News it briefly held planes on the bottom at their departure airports to keep away from congestion within the airspace round Sun Valley.

The supervisor of the Friedman Memorial Airport within the neighboring city of Hailey, Idaho advised NPR forward of the convention he anticipated greater than 90 personal planes.

A session preaching the perils of local weather change to individuals who flew to the occasion on their very own carbon-emitting Gulfstream jets rankled some enterprise leaders that Fox Business contacted earlier within the week.

“Talking climate change on his private jet?” one CEO remarked with amusing, referring to Gates. CLICK HERE FOR MORE.

In different developments:
– Barry Diller declares the movie business useless, ‘won’t ever come again’: report
– Jeff Bezos, Lauren Sánchez cozy up at Sun Valley, Idaho billionaires summer season camp


– Joy Reid slammed in ‘mic drop’ second after Twitter feud over Rob Schneider
– California Uber driver allegedly stabbed to loss of life by teen, prosecutors need her charged as an grownup
– Murdaugh double murders: Fatal boat crash survivor alleges tried cover-up in South Carolina
– Bucks dominate Suns in first NBA Finals win since 1974

– Rodents chow down on Teslas, inflicting 1000’s in harm
– Barry Diller declares the movie business useless, ‘won’t ever come again’: report
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Rep. Nancy Mace joined Steve Hilton Sunday night time on “The Next Revolution” to talk about the battle in opposition to the Left’s local weather agenda.

“Democrats do a very good job of pulling on the emotional heartstrings of everyday Americans,” Mace stated. “They use extremism and scare tactics. It was President Trump in his last few months of his presidency, he banned drilling off the coast of South Carolina and Georgia and Florida because that’s what the states wanted and demanded.”

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