April 3, 2014

The Most Outrageous Lie in Maduro's Times Op-Ed

Francisco Toro, The New Republic

The Associated Press

Fact-checking the entire piece would be enough to cause an aneurysm. Instead, to give a sense of the depth of historical falsification involved, let's focus on one particular line: Maduro claims that the Bolivarian revolution "created flagship universal health care and education programs, free to our citizens nationwide."

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TAGGED: New York Times, Nicolas Maduro, Venezuela

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