Aww, Maricori…you mad? The true face of María Corina Machado is not so glamorous…especially now that her plans for a parliamentary putsch have been thwarted:
Disposed to generate chaos, as usual, Venezuelan ex-deputy María Corina Machado called for a demonstration at the Plaza Brión in Chacaíto, Caracas, following which she will try to be present in the National Assembly, during the day’s ordinary session.
“Tomorrow I will be at the National Assembly, and I will exercise my right, although with all the risks that implies,” said Machado.
“I am a deputy of the Assembly and I will be as long as the people want me to. I was elected by the people of Venezuela,” she announced, at the peak of adventurism.
The president of the National Assembly, Diosdado Cabello, already said last week that Machado had been prohibited from entering the seat of legislative power.
The ex-parliamentarian, just barely returned from Peru, met with “young student” Gaby Arellano, to co-ordinate actions.
They expect to protagonize acts of violence in Chacaíto and Chacao, and to try early on to generate some kind of chaos in the Libertador district: “Car accidents”, spike belts, oil slicks, etc. Everything seems to indicate that they mean to follow the script of Kiev, Ukraine, where the fascists have taken over the parliament.
On Twitter, the hashtag “#PuebloPaLaAsamblea” has begun to trend.
We hereby alert the authorities to Plan Machado.
They will not pass!
So, MariCori plans to exercise her “right” to be a parliamentarian? She automatically forfeited that when she neglected her parliamentary duties to represent Panama at the OAS. The Venezuelan supreme court has already ruled against her, so watch this space. I fully plan on posting pictures of her being barred, if any come to light.
(Thanks, @jkid, for the link!)