Juan Guaido

Poll: Majority of Venezuelans Trust Neither Maduro nor Guaidó

A survey published this week by the Venezuelan polling firm Meganálisis found that the majority of Venezuelans want dictator Nicolás Maduro to leave power, but also have no trust in President Juan Guaidó to save the country from the socialism-driven humanitarian crisis it is now in.

A woman casts her vote during the presidential election at a polling station in Caracas on May 20, 2018. - Venezuelans headed to the polls early Sunday to vote in the general elections as incumbent president Nicolas Maduro is seeking a second term in power. (Photo by Federico PARRA / …

Report: Maduro Arming Thousands of Socialists with Military Weapons

Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro claimed to have over 3 million armed socialist militia members at his disposal and ordered his defense minister to give out 13,000 military-grade firearms to “workers” in anticipation of an alleged attack by Colombia, the Spanish newspaper ABC reported on Monday.

Members of the Bolivarian Militia take part in a parade in the framework of the seventh anniversary of the force, in front of the Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas on April 17, 2017. Venezuela's defence minister on Monday declared the army's loyalty to Maduro, who ordered troops into the streets …