This past week president Maduro has been constantly warning his followers to be on the lookout for “internal critics” with “reformist tendencies” within the revolution, backed by the CIA, who will soon attack his government.
On Tuesday 14, Maduro said that “there is a group of traitors, who were once part of the Bolivarian Revolution, some reside today in the United States, but others are right here, sowing division inside the revolutionary movement. Soon I will show the evidence of this group of traitor and how they have been working for the CIA.”
He explicitly named Rafael Isea, ex-governor of Aragua who defected in 2013 and is said to be cooperating with the DEA in the United States, as one of the “open traitors”. “Everyone knows that he (Isea) works in Washington for the CIA, which is something I’m very sorry for, because I once was his friend,” lamented Maduro.