Cuban Regime and MSM Still Exploiting Elian Gonzalez

Elizabeth Broton Rodriquez drowned during a desperate attempt to help her son Elian Gonzalez escape from the wretched communist slave state Cuba, so that he might grow up in wealth and freedom in America. Her sacrifice was in vain: the Clinton Administration abducted the little boy from the relatives who had given him shelter and offered him up to the totalitarian Castro regime, which has been exploiting him as a political pawn ever since — as have its fellow travelers in our leftist media.

A brainwashed Elian has now been inducted into the Young Communist Union. Here’s how AP reported the delightful news:

Communist youth newspaper Juventud Rebelde quotes Elian Gonzalez as saying he will never let down ex-President Fidel Castro and his brother Raul Castro, who succeeded Fidel earlier this year. Now 14, Elian was 6 when Miami relatives lost their fight to keep him in the United States and he was returned to Cuba in mid-2000 with his father. Elian had survived a boating accident off the Florida coast that killed his mother, who was attempting to get to the U.S.

A boating accident. That’s like saying the Germans who didn’t make it over the Berlin Wall died in target practice incidents.

CNN was no better, playing along with the whole farce as if the kid had rejected freedom and wholeheartedly embraced slavery of his own free will — just as the MSM would have us all do.

Correspondent Shasta Darlington reported that

for most Cubans, it comes as no surprise that Elian Gonzalez joined the ranks of those young people who [are] most committed to Fidel Castro’s revolution.

Kiran Chetry chirped that his inevitable recruitment into Cuba’s version of Hitler Youth

does show a certain commitment to the revolution and to the party that not all youngsters have.

If communists ever seize power in America, they won’t have to worry about subduing the media. It’s already on their side.

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Dems have Elian abducted on behalf of communism. Via The Real Cuba.

On tips from Cheetah. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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