‘When I see history being rewritten, when I hear their promises, I hear echoes of a former life I never wanted to hear again, I see shadows I thought I had outrun.”

Monday night at the Republican National Convention, a Cuban immigrant stepped onto the stage and delivered what many characterized as a “powerful’ and “heartfelt’ speech about the blessings of the United States of America. Maximo Alvarez told the American people about his tears hitting his application to become an American citizen; “I may be Cuban-born, but I am 100% American.”

Mr. Alvarez reminisced about his family, who had left Franco’s totalitarian Spain for Cuba, and had then been forced to flee Cuba at the wake of Communism and Fidel Castro. He said he was done running away, because “there was nowhere left to run to.”

Watch his speech below:

He talked about Biden, and how his run for the Presidency concerns power rather than a love for the country. This reminded him of his past in communist Cuba; “I’ve seen people like these before, I’ve

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