Sen. Cruz: A Dictator Is Dead, But His Dark, Repressive Legacy Will Not Automatically Follow Him to the Grave

‘A brutal dictator is dead, and I would like to pay tribute to the millions who have suffered at the hand of the Castro regime’

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"Let me be absolutely clear, Mr. President: we’re not mourning the death of a romantic revolutionary or distinguished statesman. We’re not grieving for a protector of peace or a judicious steward of his people. Today, we are thankful. We are thankful that a man who has imprisoned, tortured, and degraded the lives of so many is no longer with us. A brutal dictator is dead, and I would like to pay tribute to the millions who have suffered at the hand of the Castro regime. We remember them and honor the brave souls who fought the lonely fight against the totalitarian Communist dictatorship he imposed on Cuba."

 

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