Warren addressed the Bolivian coup
The Bolivian people deserve free and fair elections, as soon as possible. Bolivia's interim leadership must limit itself to preparing for an early, legitimate election. Bolivia's security forces must protect demonstrators, not commit violence against them. https://t.co/oDiiGmzEzq
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) November 18, 2019
Literal fascists. The far-right extremists running Bolivia after a US-backed military coup come from Nazi-saluting fascist groups
Warren is continuing a long liberal imperialist tradition of claiming to oppose fascism at home while backing fascists abroadhttps://t.co/IOGfBaDkiR
— Ben Norton (@BenjaminNorton) November 18, 2019
Sometimes silence is better https://t.co/XbmvsynMCB
— Katie Halper (@kthalps) November 19, 2019
Maybe it’s just me, but if you’re going to call yourself a progressive who stands up for the little guy you might want to start calling a right wing coup that’s resulted in the curbing of democratic freedoms & onslaught of violence ..well, a right wing coup. And condemn it. https://t.co/UbxFIa5vhl
— Sana Saeed (@SanaSaeed) November 18, 2019
I oppose the intervention of Bolivia's security forces in the democratic process and their repression of Indigenous protesters. When the military intervened and asked President Evo Morales to leave, in my view, that’s called a coup. pic.twitter.com/TPFGxw1wWP
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) November 18, 2019
Stopping a fascist military coup? She doesn’t have a plan for that.
Aaron with gravy:
lol you finally choose to speak about this and even use half measures in this statement. it's a right wing coup and the military is murdering indigenous people to ensure, and I quote, they never have a place in government again
"Gee, golly, I've been hearing terrible things out of Germany, but I think we can all call on, and trust, the SS to protect the rights of the Jewish population"
They had a free and fair election, then the military overthrew the results. But you know this, and support it, like you openly support the coup government in Venezuela
They had a free and fair election and then there was a coup. Your statement ignores both of those things.