The Marxist Black Lives Matter movement claims to work for civil rights in the United States, but supports the cruelest and most brutal dictatorship in Latin America, led in Venezuela by Nicolás Maduro. 

“This is Venezuelan dictator Maduro & BLM founder Opal Tometi. Opal thinks American police are evil. But Opal likes Maduro,” tweeted user @WaltonNJohnson.

“Every year Maduro’s police kill 6 time as many people as US law enforcement. Don’t be Opal,” the user added, including a photo of Maduro and Opal.

The BLM movement was founded by feminists Patrisse Khan-Cullors, Opal Tometi, and Alicia Garza when George Zimmerman was acquitted of the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, apparently in self-defense. 

Their partnership is relevant to the destructive effect that the BLM-led riots are having in the United States, under violent circumstances where American citizens and children have died, and thousands of small businesses have been destroyed. 

These riots are coupled with the interference that the Venezuelan dictatorship is reportedly exerting on the U.S. electoral process through the software used in the voting machines of the Dominion Voting Systems.

This company is credited with fraudulently handling millions of votes that were destroyed or transferred from President Donald Trump to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

Thus, lawyers Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani, who are investigating the electoral fraud, said that Dominion may have links with China and Venezuela and its software was used in several elections, such as those in Venezuela, Cuba, and Argentina, according to Fox News.  

In 2015 Tometi was one of the few election observers admitted by Maduro in Venezuela, in which he was the winner, although he was rejected by many countries.

“Doing my duty as a global citizen and serving as an election observer for the national Venezuelan elections,” Tometi wrote on that occasion. 

Maduro also accepted an invitation from the BLM to the People of African Descent Leadership summit in Harlem, New York City, in the same year. 

Maduro is being held responsible for the enormous humanitarian crisis that has engulfed Venezuelans since his dictatorship.

Due to the lack of food, Venezuelans lost an average of 24.25 pounds and more than 60% went to bed hungry. Necessity forced them to leave their country, and it is estimated that 5 million of them have emigrated, under extreme conditions.