Sara Carter: Massive Miami crowd gathers in solidarity with Cuban protestors

Reprinted from Sara Carter's news page.


By Jenny Goldsberry

Sara Carter appeared on Hannity Monday to report on the massive crowds in Little Havana, Miami, showing solidarity with Cuban demonstrators. Carter’s own mother immigrated from Cuba with her family in the late 1960’s.

“I can attest to you that the most important value that my mother instilled in me was freedom and liberty,” Carter told host Sean Hannity. “Everyone here, every Cuban immigrant, Venezuelan immigrant, Guatemalan immigrant people from all over the world that are here want American people to know one thing and one thing only: that they are walking in the streets in solidarity with their brothers and sisters in Cuba.”

“I’m hoping for everybody to be free in Cuba,” one woman told Carter in an interview. Another man told her that his biggest worry is that people are “being killed in the streets for trying to protest their basic human rights.”

Meanwhile, the Cuban government has closed down entire towns to keep people inside. “But one thing is certain: the Cuban people of Miami are standing behind their families and their brothers and sisters in Cuba,” Carter said. “And they want the Biden Administration to do something about it.”

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