[PanAm Post] "We Had a Deal"

Pedro Sánchez, Spain’s Prime Minister (Photo: EFE)

Delcygate is far from over.

It was scandalous enough for Spain to let an EU-sanctioned narcocriminal land on its tarmacs — not to mention secretly dispatching a top official to meet with her and then brazenly lying to keep under wraps the whole affair. But just as the dust seemed to settle from José Luis Ábalos’ sequence of lies and cover-ups about his infamous meeting with Delcy Rodríguez, new evidence has arisen that may confirm fears of Maduro’s friendly dealings with Spain’s leftist government.

Continue reading the entire piece at the PanAm Post here.

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A writer in Paris, Jorge's work has featured in The Wall Street Journal, National Review, The American Conservative, The National Interest and elsewhere.

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A writer in Paris, Jorge's work has featured in The Wall Street Journal, National Review, The American Conservative, The National Interest and elsewhere.

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