John Kennedy can be hilariously taunting Dr. Anthony Fauci on numerous occasions, saying things like, “Can we agree that if you took President Xi Jinping and turned him upside down and shook him, the World Health Organization would fall out of his pocket?” Kennedy and Fauci’s heated discussions can only be topped by Jim Jordan or Rand Paul and Fauci.
Kennedy went on Fox News and spoke about the Cuban protests in the same type of antics. During a preview of several individuals calling out Joe Biden for not being there, the Cuban people need support. Kennedy said, “What’s happening in Cuba today is a contradiction to me. It’s both beautiful, but it also disgusts me to my core. It’s beautiful because what we’re seeing is people’s innate thirst for freedom. I mean, our desire for freedom is deeply seeded. It’s almost part of the human condition.”
The man was not made to be ruled. Men were created to live life and live life to the fullest. There’s a rebellion inside every human that stands up to tyranny when the chance arises. No government dictator will take the will and fight out of people who stand together and do what’s right for those around them. The Cuban people aren’t using the word “me” right now. They’re using the term “we.” They are fighting together against a corrupt government that hasn’t allowed the fundamental rights that the Cuban people deserve.
Kennedy called Biden out for lack of response on the Cuban protests and said, “What I find disgusting is the fact that all President Biden has done is issue a press release. That’s it. I don’t know if he read the thing. President Biden needs to be on the telephone. He needs to be calling the leaders of the UK, of Canada, of New Zealand, of Australia, of India, of Japan, of South Korea, of the European Union and saying, let’s issue a joint statement supporting the people of Cuba. Let’s talk about additional sanctions on the Castro government.”
Biden already said he stands firmly with the Cuban people, but what has he done to show it? Talk is nothing without action. The only reason Biden said those words was because he knew that the pressure of the American people was mounting, and if he said nothing, it would come back to bite him. There’s no integrity in saying you’ll do something and taking no action in return once you’ve gotten what you want. Look at Biden’s response to the Black American community when Ice Cube wanted to talk about supportive policies for the Black communities. Biden did nothing. And when Biden got elected, he did nothing for the Black community. But thank God he stopped the Keystone XL Pipeline.
The Miami Mayor, Francis Suarez, also piped in and told Fox News that bombing Cuba is an option. An option for who? What would that solve? Cuba isn’t a country with a sizeable military threat. Though they have resources, the most significant way to help the Cuban people is to pressure the Cuban government or take additional action. But bombing Cuba isn’t the right action to take.
Kennedy responded to Suarez by saying, “I disagree with him. I don’t think it’s necessary to help the people of Cuba. I think the best way to help the people of Cuba is to marshal the freedom-loving forces across the world in all of the countries that support freedom, get together, hit the Castro government with additional sanctions, and get that internet open and never let up, never let up. Don’t just issue a press release.”
The Cuban government is stopping its people from communicating with the outside world. It’s as if you put a child in time out for misbehaving, and it has to come to an end.