Cabello: María Corina Machado changed her speech about Essequibo at the request of the US

Diosdado Cabello assured that the US asked María Corina Machado, in addition to changing the speech about Essequibo, to leave the slogan “until the end”

The first vice president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello, assured on the night of Wednesday, November 22, that the coordinator of the political organization Vente Venezuela and winner of the opposition primaries, María Corina Machado, had changed her speech about the defense of Essequibo and the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at the express request of the US head of mission for Venezuela, Francisco Palmieri.

Cabello, during his weekly program, showed a first message from Machado – dated 2020 – where the politician claimed to ignore the jurisdiction of the ICJ to resolve the dispute with Guyana and ratified adherence to the 1966 Geneva Agreement. “But today the one who pays his bills, he demanded something else,” Cabello said before delving into the topic.

Subsequently, the pro-government politician indicated that Machado would have received a series of instructions from Palmieri in order to receive his support and that of the US regarding the disqualifications.

*Read also: María Corina Machado announces a new phase after the primaries: We are going to promote consensus

Using an alleged letter sent by a “cooperating patriot,” Cabello highlighted that the American ambassador Francisco Palmieri had asked the opposition politician to change her radical speech to qualify it with elements such as avoiding calling President Nicolás Maduro a “dictator”; leave behind the slogan “until the end”; become a female version of Nelson Mandela by supporting dialogue and negotiation, as well as giving a speech saying that the referendum is a mistake and that it must be suspended, that it must be suspended and not mention the issue in interviews.

On the other hand, Diosdado Cabello announced that he will take legal action against the satirical portal “El Chigüire Bipolar” for having published “false news” against him; referring to a publication in which he congratulated the National Police of Peru for applying repression to Venezuelans.

He said that “it was not a joke” and mentioned that Alberto Federico Ravell’s children are owners of that media outlet, so he will proceed to sue them “and let everyone scream where they have to scream.”

The Chigüire Bipolar publication talks about an alleged congratulation from Cabello in which he would have said that “Gentlemen of the Peruvian police, I send you my most sincere congratulations, right?” How proud that performance was inspired by our beautiful Bolivarian National Guard. How nostalgic they make me feel! He reminded me of those times when we broke Julio Borges’s nose every week with the chairs in the chamber, among other things.

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