Crowds rallied in Miami Sunday against Obama visit to Cuba

Crowds rallied in Miami Sunday against Obama visit to Cuba
(Image: Screen grab, CBS 4 Miami video via Daily Wire)

[Ed. – Unless you’re in southern Florida, you probably didn’t hear about this.]

So how do Americans feel about President Obama’s restoration of diplomatic ties to the top five most repressive government in the world? A crowd of demonstrators gathered together in Little Havana in Miami on Sunday to make sure their dissent was heard loud and clear.

At S.W. 8th Street and 13th Avenue in the famous Miami neighborhood, a crowd made up of mostly Cuban-Americans gathered together chanting, “Libertad!” in solidarity with those who are suffering under the repressive communist Cuba government President Obama has bent over backwards to empower.

CBS Miami reports that among the demonstrators was Florida Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera, a first generation Cuban-American running for senate, who blasted Obama’s “photo-op” session with the infamous Castro regime. …

Lopez-Cantera’s point was illustrated perfectly Sunday just hours before the president’s arrival when the Castro regime arrested over 50 members of the anti-Castro “Las Damas de Blanco,” a group composed of wives and family members imprisoned by the government for voicing dissent.

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