Cuban refugee warns Americans have swallowed the 'poison pill' of communism, says media hate this country


A refugee who escaped communist Cuba issued a dire warning to Americans about the path the country is headed down. Maximo Alvarez declared that critical American institutions have already been infected with communism, including schools and the media.

Podcast host Lisa Boothe asked Alvarez on Wednesday if Americans have swallowed the communist poison pill. Alvarez responded, “Not only have they swallowed it, they digested it.”

“Listen to the media. They’re no longer objective. You can tell how much they hate this country,” Alvarez said during an interview on “The Truth with Lisa Boothe” podcast.

“Look at our, our academia,” Alvarez added. “Our kids are not being … they’re indoctrinated. They are taught that America is a bad country. That we’re a bunch of racists. That we’re bad people, and we have to pay back.

“If this country was racist, I wouldn’t be here,” the Cuban immigrant said. “If this country was a racist country, most of us wouldn’t be here because even some people in your family came from another country. This country was made of immigrants.”

Alvarez admitted that some Americans are flawed, but the United States as a country shouldn’t be blamed for certain “bad people.”

“Do we have racist people in this country? Of course we do. Do we have bad people? Yes, we do. Do we have bad teachers? Yes, we do. Do we have bad police people? Yes, we do,” he stated. “But don’t blame the country for that because we have a justice system that will penalize you and punish you if you are a bad person, if you are a racist.

“Look at how much money they’re sending to Black Lives Matter,” Alvarez said. “And people don’t want to understand that these three ladies who control this company are bragging about Marxist Leninism. They’re communists — they tell you that. And nobody understands what that means.”

Alvarez was referring to a 2015 video where Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors bragged that she and fellow BLM co-founder Alicia Garza are “<a