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Rep. Hank Johnson
One of the reasons we have a crisis at the border is our funding of the Honduran military & police. In the name of , we need to consider cutting that funding.
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Geronimo Jun 27
Replying to @RepHankJohnson
Agreed. Along w 90% of all of Congress’ other boondoggles.
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Ross Frew Jun 27
Replying to @RepHankJohnson
No moron. We (the frikin taxpayers) are not open to giving Central America MORE money to NOT invade us. Mexico is finally doing something to cut the path. If you want to keep them at your house, have at it. I am not paying 🖕
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#JusticeForBerta Jun 27
Replying to @RepHankJohnson
Thanks so much for your concern. 👏👏👏
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Lidia C Perez Jun 27
Replying to @RepHankJohnson
Nos están asesinando este régimen corrupto violador de los DDHH,vinculado al crimen organizado,lavado de activos, narcotráfico,y es su gobierno quien lo apoya,a quien recurrimos,nosotros con piedras,ellos con armas
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Panman49 Jun 27
Why are blocking the needed humanitarian aid? You all talk a good game but you don’t back it up with action.
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Jihan Simón Hasbun Jun 27
Trust me, those funds are FAR from being humanitarian aid. They're being used for military brutal repression. Stop funding honduran's dictator.
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Michael Franklin Jun 27
Replying to @RepHankJohnson
Thank you for your courage to stand up for what is right. I agree and also argue that we must build a network for . It is colonialist and counterproductive for US volunteers to work without accountability in Honduras and be unconnected.
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Elvin Edgardo Bermudez Miranda Jun 27
En esta semana la y dispararon a estudiantes en la , y en el Instituto asesinaron a un joven en Yarumela La paz e hirieron de gravedad. 8 mas , es urgente suspender ayuda militar a
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Elvin Edgardo Bermudez Miranda Jun 27
Joven herido con bala viva en la el lunes 24/06/2019
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Roberto Jones Jun 27
Replying to @RepHankJohnson
For Human Rights in Honduras. Thank you
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Bill Pardy Jun 28
Replying to @RepHankJohnson
I get the feeling you dont comprehend how foreign aid works.
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Mark Hohe Jun 28
This coming from the same liberal Democrat that advocates cutting funding to and . No thanks. No way.
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pmcall Jun 28
Replying to @RepHankJohnson
Thank you, Rep. Johnson. Sadly, we've never learned our lesson about supporting coups in Central & South America. Indeed, our latest one in VZ will surely drive even more desperate people to our border.
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Eldon Jun 28
Replying to @RepHankJohnson
Don't forget you the Democrats are using the border for political leverage, and that's probably the biggest reason. For God's sake put our country first for a change and do what is right.
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Holly, one of The Squad Jun 28
Don’t the Leahy Laws prohibit US funding for regimes or portions thereof that commit human rights abuses? Why don’t we follow our own laws?
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ThisIsItChief Jun 28
And the US recognizing the right wing coup in Honduras in 2009, despite global pushback. The US wants to keep central america as a place for cheap labor and cheap resources. The only way to do that is putting in repressive governments that make life hell and cause mass migration.
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ThisIsItChief Jun 28
Replying to @ggsh88 @Panman49 and 2 others
And US support for violent coups in South & Central America has been pretty Bi-partisan. Reagan admin trained & funded the deathsquads in the 1980s and Hillary Clinton and Obama recognized the 2009 right wing coup in Honduras despite international pushback. All about cheap labor.
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