Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro told supporters in a nationally televised broadcast Wednesday that he is evading a currently active ban on posting to Facebook by using his wife’s, “First Combatant” Cilia Flores, account.
Maduro once again condemned the censorship of his page, a result of repeated postings promoting unproven and dangerous alleged coronavirus “cures,” as part of a “criminal persecution that the empire [the United States] has launched against our country.”
Facebook banned Maduro from posting from his official page for 30 days on March 26 and deleted a video he posted promoting “Carvativir,” an oil made of thyme and oregano, as an alleged coronavirus cure. Maduro and his illegitimate socialist regime refer to Carvativir as “miracle droplets” and claim it eliminates Chinese coronavirus infections. Maduro has also extensively promoted the use of ozone to cure coronavirus infections; the American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not authorized