BEIRUT, LEBANON, (1:45 A.M.) – One day after U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo claimed Hezbollah was operating inside of Venezuela, President Nicolas Maduro responded in a televised speech in Caracas.

According to Maduro, “Hezbollah is a legal political party within Lebanon’s political life. Hezbollah is primarily a political party, with ministers, deputies, and elected officials.”

“We do not have, nor have we had any political relations with the Hezbollah political party. There are many Lebanese living in Venezuela,” he continued, as quoted by Al-Masdar’s Renato Velez.

“Long live the Lebanese, Syrian and Palestinian Arab colonies in Venezuela,” he said.

“The U.S. will continue to spread lies – lies that have been proven false. The Lebanese in Venezuela have political freedom and Venezuela, in order to defend itself, does not need cells of anyone in the world. We will defend ourselves,” he added.

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Well, Hezbollocks has a political party, even some charity activities to lure idiots into baccking ’em… And also has an UNSC-banned militia and huge records of terrorist and criminal activities : terror attacks in about 40 countries, kidnappings, drug trafficking, etc etc.
I have no doubts the Vz state is not enough dumb to give the Yankees the excuse of being in bed with one of the most notorious terrorist groups, nevertheless, Hezb cocaine rings are well known to operate in Colombia, Venezuela, Paraguay, Brazil and Mexico while the end areas for cocaine sales are USA, EU, N-Africa and the Mid-East

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go it s**t from your Zionist b**t . that is your work

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Your first foolish error is to believe Fatboy “the end of the world is coming” Pompeo. Cartels in South America are not Lebanese. You have been visiting far too many right wing propaganda websites.

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stop paranoic ideas about hezbollah, filth dutch bestard, you must shut up your miserable voice to talk about latin america, Goto a g*y parade in some netherdland city instead to bark here,