While no other politician in South Florida had the courage to stand against the Cuban, Nicaraguan, and Venezuelan infiltration in the United States, Polo raised his voice against that issue in the name of the U.S. National security.
As the article published in Cubacenter.org says “The Wasp Network, That Killed Americans And Plotted A Terror Attack On Us Soil, Were Not The Castro Regime’s Last Soldiers Of The Cold War.”
None of our previous representatives that came before Polo had the courage to bring the attention of congress the pressing need for the U.S. to stop the Cuban infiltration using the 20,000 visas that Clinton granted the Cuban Dictator, Fidel Castro, in 1995. Moreover, our Southern border has become another point of entrance of foreign intelligence services agents who later operate in the U.S. to undermine our electoral system, influence the election of Federal politicians, judges, and the nominations of advisors to important U.S. governmental positions.
The dictatorships of Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua represent a threat to our national security and they must be treated as such.