If a Joe Biden administration passes another amnesty for illegals, it's all over

An election can bring change.  No, an election can bring a radical change. In December 1998, Venezuela turned toward socialism by electing Hugo Chávez president.  Captivated by his anti-corruption and anti-poverty populist messages, Venezuelan voters handed Chávez a resounding victory with 17% margin.  Little did they know that their votes would lead to the beginning of a long and miserable journey to the destruction of their country. Twenty years later: Venezuela is one of most corrupt countries in the world, ranked 176 out of 180 countries. Nearly 90 percent of Venezuelans live in poverty. GDP per capita dropped by 38%, from $4,121 in 1999 to $2,547 in 2019. The inflation rate skyrocketed, from 24% to 19,990%. The richest 10% had 61% of the nation's wealth, up from 36% in 1999. Over four million Venezuelans, around 13 percent of the country's population, had flown out of the country. This election...(Read Full Post)
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