Socialist VP Of Argentina Sentenced To Prison

December 8, 2022

The socialist vice president of Argentina has just received a heavy sentence: six years in prison.

On October 7, Argentina's current vice president and former president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, was found guilty of corruption.

She was convicted "of defrauding the Argentine state through public works contracts granted during her presidency. In addition to sentencing her to prison, the ruling imposes a lifetime ban on her from holding any public office in the South American nation."

It's par for the course for far-left leaders, really. Especially in South America.

Rafael Correa, former president of Ecuador, was sentenced to eight years for corruption charges back in 2020.

Evo Morales, former president of Bolivia, has faced charges of fraud, terrorism, and pedophilia.

Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, current president-elect of Brazil, was previously sentenced to two decades for corruption charges... until his buddies freed him and let him become the president.

This is the type of corruption that happens routinely when e a far-left government is in power. This is really the type of future that Biden and other liberals are pushing us toward.