Insane Socialist President of Venezuela Claims Hugo Chavez Face Appeared on Subway Wall

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“Chavez is everywhere, we are Chavez, you are Chavez,”

Chavez Still Destroying Venezuela’s Economy From Beyond the Grave

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The bet on gold that former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez made in the final years of his life is collapsing at the wrong time for his country.

Socialist Venezuela Raids Toilet Paper and Diaper Hoarders

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The existence of a black market in diapers and toilet paper is a sign of just how badly the economy is failing.

Venezuelan Socialist Paradise: “We Depend Completely on the Dollar”

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“The only way your savings are really savings is by turning them into dollars. If you have them as bolivars, they will devalue so utterly fast that there’s just no point.”

Socialism Causes Toilet Paper Shortage in Venezuela

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“The revolution will bring the country the equivalent of 50 million rolls of toilet paper,” Fleming told a state news agency.

Chavez’s Vicious Legacy Lives On

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But a weakened successor gives some hope for the future of Venezuela.

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The loss of a tyrant leaves a tremendous hole in our lives — DictatorSaver is here to help.

Chavez Borrowed Money from China to Give to the Kennedy Family

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Despite being an oil power, Venezuela ran deep into debt as the price of oil fell. Meanwhile Chavez took over the oil on “behalf of the people” and gave away sizable amounts of it to Cuba and to the Kennedy clan.

Venezuelan Left Rushes New Election While Immortalizing Chavez

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Chavez’s last election was his weakest yet as the economic implosion of Venezuela became even clearer. Without Chavez, the left has to count on his union thug replacement, Nicholas Maduro, to beat Henrique Capriles, the man who almost beat Chavez.

Two Corrupt Dems Head US Delegation to Chavez Funeral

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A month later, Meeks, a member of the House Foreign Affairs committee, traveled to Venezuela as part of a mission to thank Chavez and other leaders for a program that provided heating oil to Americans. A year later, Tirado was indicted in Venezuela on charges of swindling and tax-evasion.