MSNBC pointed out on Thursday that some of those in Miami protesting against the regime in Cuba are violating a Florida law that was enacted last year in response to Black Lives Matter riots.
Opening the segment, anchor Craig Melvin said “this morning, Cuba’s president again speaking out in the wake of the largest protest that nation has seen in a quarter century. He acknowledges his government’s shortcomings in handling food shortages. It’s been one of the driving factors of the demonstrations.”
“Meanwhile, here in the United States, as supporters of the Cuban protesters in Miami continue their demonstrations, it’s raising some new scrutiny of a law that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed back in April,” said Melvin. “That law