Will President Joe Biden’s next crisis be in our own hemisphere, in our own backyard? It’s beginning to look that way.
According to a Friday report in The Wall Street Journal, Venezuela’s military isn’t just talking about annexing an oil-rich portion of neighboring Guyana, but is “backing up its threats to … secure access to some of the world’s largest oil finds in more than a decade by moving light tanks, missile-equipped patrol boats and armored carriers to the two countries’ border in what is quickly turning into a new security challenge for the Biden administration.”
The recent military deployment was revealed Friday in satellite images that had been posted by Venezuela’s military on its social media accounts.
As CNN noted in a December report,