De Blasio: The money is in inappropriate hands
Democratic presidential candidate New York Mayor Bill de Blazio said there is a lot of money in the country, but it is "in inappropriate hands" during the first first debate about the elections in 2020 in downtown Miami on 26 June 2019
New York-based presidential candidate Bill de Blazio said there was a lot of money in the country, but it was "in inappropriate hands" during the first major debate on the 2020 elections in downtown Miami June. 26, 2019.
Democratic Debates in Miami
Ten candidates for democratic presidencies, including Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, are taking part in the second night of debates at the Adrian Arsh Center for Performing Arts in Miami.
Miami's Democrats rocked New York Mayor Bill de Blazio on Thursday and urged him to apologize after the presidential candidate cited the famous Argentinian revolutionary Ernesto Che Guevara during a Miami International Union trade union. in the Democratic Presidential Debate on Wednesday, Che's most famous quote dismissed as he joined the workers who left work to protest against bad conditions and compensation. As the crowd of about 100 people behind him, de Blasio urged them to unite. "The eyes of the world are on this airport, the eyes of the world are on Miami-Dade."
Before giving up the microphone to the next speaker, de Blazzus rushed out a quotation from one of the most hated historical figures. Miami: "Hasta la victoria, siempre."
The phrase – which translates roughly to "Everyone on Victory!" – was a mantra for Guevara, who became one of Fidel Castro's best lieutenants. Raul Castro uttered the quote about Cuban television when he told the world that his elder brother had died.
Guevara is considered a murderous sociopath from the Cuban exile community of Miami, but has been treated by some leftwing men as a martyr, and to a certain extent became pop culture after his execution in Bolivia. Behind de Blascio the crowd was cheerful and did not look confused.
But the quote-whether deliberately or not-was quickly criticized as a big grudge by the Democrats who spoke before Blazio at the event and were terrified of what they had learned
Jose Javier Rodriguez, a Cuban state senator who also spoke of the event and left the speech of de Blazzus, he called on him to apologize. Rodriguez noted that many of the protesters at the airport are Cuban.
"The quoting of a killer responsible for death and oppression in Communist Cuba and across Latin America is unacceptable. Please excuse me, "said Rodriguez, whose district includes Little Havana.
Miami's political adviser Christian Ulvert, who is Nicaragua, calls the use of the quote "complete ignorance" and "beyond disrespect." excuse. US representative Dona Shalala called it "unacceptable."
State Senator Annette Tadeo, a Colombian American who also spoke at the event before Blazio and left before he spoke, gasped when a reporter told her what he said. 19659009] "I have no idea if he knew [the quote was associated with Guevara]. But it's very disappointing, clear, "she said. "This is the problem we face all the time … The left has people who are just ignorant as hell."
It is unclear whether De Blazio knew the link of the quote. "Miami Herald" has tried to get to his campaign but has not yet heard. "
" Does He Really Know Who Was Che Guevara? – I do not think so. If he does, he issues a ** hole. "
Rodriguez said that Guevara" hates the United States ".
The incident reminds of 2012 when Mitt Romney mistakenly links a slogan to Fidel Castro with free Cuba during a visit to Miami. Romney talks about Patria o muerte, venceremos – Fatherland or death, we will overcome – a trademark that Castro used to close his speeches.
Whether de Blazius intended to make a reference to the Cuban revolution, there is no doubt. to play a repeat of the Republicans who have organized protests at the Adrian Arsh Center for Performing Arts to capture the Democrats as socialists. This is a theme that has been repeated for a week by the National National Committee and by President Donald Trump's campaign, which launched its Latin Americans for Trump's efforts in Miami this week. “/>  PROTEST_DEBATE_DAV1.JPG “/>  Trump Linda's supporters, who have left Mina, rightly chant "YOU" while holding signs condemning socialist practices outside Adrien Arsh's center before the first Democratic Debate in Miami, Florida on Wednesday, 26 June 2019
Daniel A. Varela
Ironically, Chairman of the National Democratic Party Committee, Tom Perez, told Miami Herald earlier this month that he thought the Miami debates would be a great chance for the party to repel the attacks of socialism. US Senate candidates Cory Booker and Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan, who also discussed on Wednesday, also appeared at the airport to support workers. "Many of these candidates would have done well with some of us about the nuances of Florida," Tadeo said.