The New York Times continues their unilateral assault against Senator and Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio with a recent story written from interviews conducted with Cubans on the Island of Cuba.
Would you believe that everyone interviewed thinks Rubio to be the Anti-Christ?
Rubio, who is considered to be in the top tier of Republican presidential candidates, has been leading the charge against normalizing relations between the U.S. and Cuba, leaving many politicos to believe that a Rubio presidency could be a real possibility.
Does the New York Times really believe that anyone they interviewed in Cuba with half a brain, would consider praising Rubio, or even condemn any actions taken by President Obama to “normalize” relations with their criminal dictators, Raul and Fidel Castro?
Not a chance. That would be a real quick and easy way to land yourself in jail.
“If Marco Rubio becomes president, we’re done for,” said Héctor Montiel, 66, offering a vigorous thumbs-down as he sat on the Havana street where Mr. Rubio’s father grew up. “He’s against Cuba in every possible way. Hillary Clinton understands much more the case of Cuba. Rubio and these Republicans, they are still stuck in 1959.”
There is also this from the NYT:
He wants to kill us!” Alain Marcelo, 46, said as he sat on a porch next to a grazing horse and a shack scrawled with yellow “Viva Fidel y Raúl” graffiti in Jicotea, the no-streetlight town where Mr. Rubio’s great-grandparents arrived from Spain to farm sugar cane in the late 19th century. “He’s our enemy!”
Rubio laughed and shrugged off the story as just another hit piece written against him by arguably one of the most liberally-biased media outlets in the United States.
NYT follows up traffic tix & “luxury speedboat” stories with expose of Castro regime’s propaganda on me. #nicetry
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) July 6, 2015
To bolster their story, The Times even went as far as to talk to the state-run Cuban newspaper, Granma, to get their opinions about Rubio’s “propaganda.” The Cuban paper claims that Rubio is part of the “Cuban-American terrorist mafia.” So, what do you think they said about little Marco?
“We don’t like to cover him a lot… It’s his own stupidity we would be publishing” -Delfín Xiques, Granma
Rubio probably takes these jabs as a badge of honor. As he said, communists in Cuba feel threatened by his candidacy.
For the record, I’m proud that the Castro regime feels threatened by us. They fear freedom and democracy. — Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) July 6, 2015
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