Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Democrats Want a Socialist Government? Hungry Venezuelans cry at the sight of food, as economic crisis deepens

Via Billy

Pregnant women, children and even elderly Venezuelans crossed into Colombia on Sunday after the border was temporarily reopened, allowing them to buy basic foods and toiletries -- rare commodities in their home country.

Tearful Venezuelans had gone weeks without basic food items like milk, flour and toilet paper. It's a sad but common part of daily life today in crisis-ridden Venezuela, a country that has the world's largest proven reserves of oil. Colombian officials estimate that about 100,000 Venezuelans crossed the border.

Venezuela is expected to dive deeper into the abyss this year, according to new projections published Wednesday by the International Monetary Fund.

More with video @ CNN


  1. The country people with land, skills and raw materials probably aren't starving.

    Probably aren't sitting around waiting for food to be delivered either.

    1. Absolutely. I have read many farm people didn't really see much difference in their daily life during the Depression.