Tuesday, November 12, 2019
“A lot of the policies that we have put in place has kind of helped lead the devastation in Venezuela," Omar said.
“The tragedy in Venezuela has far-reaching implications for both Columbia and Curacao, and regional stability," Ted Yoho said.
“I am proud, along with my friend and colleague Rep. Donna Shalala, to introduce the Nicaragua TPS Act of 2019 to allow Nicaraguans to remain in the United States until it is safe for them to return to Nicaragua,” Diaz-Balart said.
Members of the Florida congressional delegation weighed in on Tuesday as opposition to the Maduro regime in Venezuela took to the streets.
Scott, a leading critic of the Maduro regime, weighed in on the uprising on Tuesday and sounded ready for military action in Venezuela.
“There is a humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, and it is man-made. My view is simple: the people of Venezuela will not prosper as long as the Maduro regime remains in power,” Murphy said. 
With the Florida Legislature expected to pass a bill which would have local law enforcement go along with federal immigration authorities in cracking down on sanctuary cities, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is issuing warning to immigrants who want to travel and visit the Sunshine State.
More than 300 American and French military personnel were killed in the terrorist attack.
The border visit comes two weeks after Scott called for military intervention in Venezuela to make sure the people in the nation have enough food and medicine to survive.
State Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried released an email to supporters on Thursday and showcased her support for illegal immigrants.