President of Venezuela’s Constituent Assembly Diosdado Cabello send a message to US President National Security Adviser John Bolton by showing a note that 2,000,000 Venezuelan troops are ready to repel a possible US invasion.
“[Juan Jose] Rondón hasn’t gone into battle yet
2,000,000 troops ready“ – How president of Venezuela’s Constituent Assembly @dcabellor responded to John Bolton’s threat of 5,000 American soldiers to Colombia
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— Dan Cohen (@dancohen3000) January 31, 2019
On January 28th, Bolton held a briefing regarding the situation in Venezuela. During the event, journalists spotted one page on his notebook seen. The contents show something that strongly resembles “Afghanistan” and “5,000 troops to Colombia.” Many media commentators described this as a sign that the US is preparing for a military action in Venezuela. These rumors were further fueled by the formal stance of Washington, which claims that all options are on the table.
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