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Rubio: 'Let's have an honest assessment' of Castro
MIAMI, FL - AUGUST 29: Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) is seen as he stops to thank volunteers at a phone bank on the final day before the Florida primary election on August 29, 2016 in Miami, Florida. Rubio is facing off against Carlos Beruff for the Republican primary. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Rubio: 'Let's have an honest assessment' of Castro

Pat Gray, Stu Burguiere and Jeff Fisher fill in for Glenn Beck on this episode of The Glenn Beck Radio Program and talk about various responses to the death of Fidel Castro.

Senator Marco Rubio, who happens to be of Cuban descent, shared his not-so-supportive thoughts on Castro over the weekend.  "Let's have an honest assessment of what he has meant and what he has done and I don't want to hear this garbage about oh people can read more than they did back in nineteen-fifty-nine," Marco says pointedly.  "You know over two million people had to leave their country, there were people executed without trial, there were people imprisioned for twenty-five to thirty years. I mean he did some horrifying things here and around the world and he needs to be held to account for that and right now he'll, he's facing his maker and he'll have to account for a lot of that."

Stu commented, "The election has been decided, despite what the Democrats seem to think. Can you imagine, in an alternate universe, that the last thing that Fidel Castro saw was either Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio, of Cuban descent, as President of The United States?"

The Glenn Beck Program with Glenn Beck, Pat Gray, Stu Burguiere and Jeff Fisher, weekdays 9a–12pm ET on TheBlaze Radio Network

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