Sara Carter: Cuban protestors say Biden’s policies are ‘completely unfair’

Reprinted from Sara Carter's news page.


By Jenny Goldsberry

Sara Carter joined Sean Hannity in Miami Wednesday night, covering the massive Cuban rally to protest Cuba’s communist regime in a one-hour Fox News exclusive town hall at the iconic Cafe Versailles. Hannity shot his entire show Wednesday night live from Calle Ocho in Miami. He was joined by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Sen. Marco Rubio, former CIA paramilitary officer Felix Rodriguez and other notable Miami residents and politicians.

“They also want to send a message to President Biden,” Carter said. “He has contradicted himself with his policy in Cuba.” Carter asked protestors what they think of Biden officials barring Cubans from entering the United States. Meanwhile, immigration at the southern border is steadily increasing.

“It’s a total contradiction,” one woman told her. “It’s almost unfair.”

“The question is why?” another man said. “Why would you say no to someone and yes to somebody else?”

“It’s completely unfair,” another woman said. “I feel that people’s [lives] in Cuba are in danger while there’s people who can get economic relief in their countries.”

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“They say the future of Cuba is at stake,” Carter said of the protestors. “They want the Biden administration to stand up for the Cuban’s fight for liberty.”

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