"The White House has no limits. It is usurping and giving away our resources to these gangsters," Maduro warned and informed that President Joe Biden's administration will deliver Guaido over Venezuelan US$150 million to Guaido.
The president, who received this information from an anonymous source, warned that this money will finance the political, psychological, and media war against Venezuela.
Last Wednesday, Maduro rejected the discredit campaign carried out by the opposition in social networks regarding the one-month-old conflict on the border with Colombia.
#Venezuela | Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza condemned a tweet posted Thursday by U.S. State Department official Julie Chung demanding Venezuela obey U.S. orders for the latter to lift sanctions.https://t.co/22413168W6
The president recalled that "the communicational war generates immense fortunes. The money that they steal from us and that belongs to the Venezuelan people is being destined to finance these infamous political campaigns."
During former President Donald Trump's administration (2016-2021), Guaido received about $1.7 billion from the U.S. to generate destabilizing actions against the Venezuelan government.
According to a national poll, over 85 percent of Venezuelans reject the mafia-like leadership of Guaido.
The sanctions against #Venezuela violate international law, as it presents no threat whatsoever to the region, said Alena Douhen, special rapporteur on the negative impact of unilateral coercive measures on the enjoyment of human rights, in her visit to Venezuela. pic.twitter.com/h3u2fN1msr