Reports out of Washington say that financiers, agents, affiliates, and defenders of electoral fraud in Guyana will face sanctions from the US – visas cancelled and assets frozen if not confiscated. Statements from the US, UK, Canada, and European countries warned APNU+AFC about benefiting from a fraudulent elections count. The US also went further and called in the Guyana Ambassador in Washington and dressed him down about consequences of electoral fraud. Mike Pompeo means business. Not only would President Granger, his cabinet, functionaries, and all their families face sanctions from benefiting from or swearing in of an illegitimate government.
The sanctions would extend to the financiers and defenders of the APNU fraudulent election campaign, the three APNU commissioners, the chair Claudette Singh, CEO Keith Lowenfield, Returning Officers (Clairmont Mingo at the top), and all their families. Those who received or were part of land grabs would also be sanctioned. A request has been made to immediately cancel the visas of master riggers Clairmont Mingo, Keith Lowenfield, Yolanda Ward, Roxanne Myers, and Claudette Singh, The sanctions would bite hard. Once the US commences sanctions, other countries follow suit.
The first action that the US would undertake would be a cancellation of visas for all those who benefited from the electoral fraud. Other countries would follow the US lead. This means none of them would be able to travel to the US, Canada, UK or other parts of Europe unless they hold foreign passport or residency status. All of their bank accounts and foreign assets abroad would be frozen. Their local Guyana bank accounts would not be able to wire money abroad. Their overseas family members would not be able to receive money. Their businesses would be blacklisted and would not be able to engage in trade and or foreign transactions. Worse, they could face criminal charges in the US including for conspiracy for electoral fraud in Guyana.
It is noted that Maduro of Venezuela has been indicted in the US as are several other of Maduro colleagues. In addition, their visas, including of family members and those who are close to the government, have been cancelled. Assets belonging to Venezuela and those close with the regime have been frozen. APNU politicians and defenders and their financiers could find themselves facing the court in the US very soon if the attempts at electoral fraud do not end and the real winner of the election is declared. The US is serious about enforcing democracy in the Latin American and Caribbean region.