Tibisay Lucena: A lowlife of the Chavista revolution

April 1, 2013


It is really difficult not to get upset watching the lady above, Electoral Board President Tibisay Lucena, come on TV and with that impish grin begin pontificating to the parties and to the candidates to follow the rules and not violate them during the upcoming campaign.

Of course, Lucena said nothing about the military plan to help Chavismo’ party PSUV to get the vote out, which was leaked to candidate Capriles by the same military. She also selectively forgot to talk about the obligatory nationwide addresses by interim-President Maduro to the country during the last two weeks, which are certainly going to continue in the next two weeks. For God’s sake, she event talks about limitations in the number of text messages candidates can send, while the TV station of the “people” campaigns for Maduro 24×7.

And then she calls for “respect”. The same woman (she ain’t no lady in my book) who allowed so many violations of the same rules. Who has introduced rules into the electoral process to intimidate and delay and who time after time never dared fine Hugo Chávez (and now Maduro) for the continuous violations of the electoral rules.

This is the same self-proclaimed “impartial” President of the Electoral Board who showed up at Chávez funeral wearing an armband celebrating Chávez 1992 coup. She is not only partial, she is also indecent and abusive. As simple as that. lucena2

I don’t know if Chavismo will ever be unseated in my lifetime, but I do hope that if it ever happens, cynical human rights abusers like Tibisay Lucena are punished in some way. Something simple, something revolutionary and socialist, something she cares about, like suspending her upcoming pension for a job not done. Or having to chat every day with Cilia Flores for the rest of her life.

Lucena is one of those lowlifes of the revolution who backed into her position, lives splendidly off it and regularly abuses her power violating the rights of most Venezuelans, including those Chavistas who truly believe that if they don’t vote for Chavismo, lowlife Lucena will have her in one of her fascists lists.

And on April 15th. Jimmy Carter or one of his acolytes  will come out and say what a wonderful job she did. I hope the election is really close, only to see Tibisay sweat and manipulate. I wonder if she will burn the Electoral Board papers. I am sure she will try.

21 Responses to “Tibisay Lucena: A lowlife of the Chavista revolution”

  1. Venezuela’s elections will depend on whether corrupt biased-to-the-regime t. lucena will recognize Pres. Capriles Victory.

    Someone who lies is a liar. Someone who has been paid for getting a biased decision on behalf of the regime (one who pays her) and against the common-good is corrupt. someone like tibisay lucena is a damned sinister person.
    She, tibisay lucena is all of this, she is a damned liar corrupt bias-to-the-regime mother fucker evil lowlife.

  2. Ronaldo Says:

    It appears that Lula words are an illegal intervention into Vzla politics. The Brazilian embassy in Venezuela should be closed and all staff evicted back to Brazil. Hell, Maduro did it to the U.S. Lula’s time will come.

  3. Noel Says:

    She is one more reason why Capriles may not win, even if he gets a majorty of the votes. But he still should run, because that is the only way for people to rebel and kick Chavismo and its Cuban handlers out. Who would succeed? I dont know but it will have to be somebody who will not be afraid of doing what is right for his country even if it brings him condemnation from abroad. In this regard, the support just given to Maduro by ex-president Lula is a fore-taste of what to expect.

  4. Ronaldo Says:

    Tibisay Lucena’s decrepit actions are continuing after Chavez’ death. Who is influencing her current decisions? Is she trying to curry favors from Maduro? Are the Castros giving her orders? Is she afraid of losing her job if she is not 100% biased toward Maduro?

    One thing is certain: if Capriles wins the election, the vote tally will never be announced.

  5. Kepler Says:

    I was completely shocked when I saw how these people could wear those things around the arm and not realise (they don’t, do they?) the pattern.

    I mean: don’t they have a tiny tiny tiny bit of self-conciousness and sense of history?

    Mann, Mann, Mann!

  6. Virginia Says:

    It’s entirely in the hands of the poor, uneducated, ignorant masses who make up the country. They’ve had it bad for so long! Decades of unkept promises..half a century at least! BUT, these past 14 years has seen the absolute worst of it all. And yet, they simple can’t/won’t see the forest for the trees. I have HOPE, but…the past speaks volumes.

  7. concerned Says:

    The very reason that chavismo may remain in control for at least the next six years will be due to what happens behind those closed doors before tibisay anounces the 56%+ victory for maduro…not what votes are actually cast. The numbers will be adjusted as needed to win decisively, making sure that the opposition is trashed in key states. The only way that Caprilles can win is if the CNE is held in check to count the votes correctly and anounce the “real” results. Tibisay is a pawn, and will do as she is told. This is where the actions of the military will decide the fate of Venezuela. Insure honest and fair elections and uphold the “real” results, or enforce the will of castro. Unfortunately, the military has been neutered and replaced with pawns as well who will support the false revolution till the end. I hope venezuelans like the cuban national anthem because I am afraid they will be hearing a lot more of it…cadenas now, schools later.

    • With 95% of copies of actas like last time, the votes can not be adjusted so easily as you suggest. While Chavismo uses a myriad of tricks to intimidate voters, to have voters vote for them and the like, the number of fake votes was reduced significantly in October. My guess is that it was less than 50,000 fake votes, which would not help in turning over a Capriles victory.

  8. Humberto Says:

    “I don’t know if Chavismo will ever be unseated in my lifetime”

    Now, now Miguel…

  9. Marilu Gruber Says:

    You are absolutely right. “Tibi” is really pathetic! She makes my flesh creep! Jimmy Carter? Is this a terror film? I wonder how we Venezuelans are still alive!

  10. Elvira Cuevas Says:

    Nunca te habíleído tan enojado. Esa hembra (no mujer) es una vergüenza a las mujeres.

  11. Bruni Says:

    This will really stop the moment we recuperate the National Assembly, 2015. I have been saying over and over that that is the date to focus on. Until that moment, our possibilities are either stay with Lucena or get Milagros Socorro or Sandra Oblitas…..de Guatemala a Guatepeor.

    • Bruni Says:

      Oops, poor Milagros Socorro. I meant Socorro Hernández…

    • TV Says:

      The best way to go would be to have a recall referendum for Maduro going alongside the election. A landslide in favor of a recall would be the preferred result. That way two out of three branches would be eliminated quickly, and the juridical branch would be quickly cowed into reason.

      The alternative, which is becoming more and more likely, is a new Myanmar. Hurah.

  12. guerrero Says:

    Pension? My friend, she won’t need that. Her payroll must be on Caiman Islands or something.

  13. moctavio Says:

    Carrasquero was there a shorter time, Rodriguez IS another lowlife. Neither is a revolutionary, they are in it for the money. I hope one day to stop it.

  14. Bruni Says:

    Yet she is left-handed (ask Miguel about it), she has a doctorate, she plays the cello and she is a recent cancer victim. She had everything to be a likeable figure.

    Personally, I have seen worse, Miguel (Carrasquero anyone? Or Jorge Rodríguez?) but that does not condone her actions, or better, non-actions, as the head of the CNE.

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