every time they push another regime change, there’s a chunk of leftists who break off and start saying, “yeah, we were wrong to do it last time, but THIS time it’ll be different, people from that place actually want the US to do it.” (not saying this is what you’re doing). it’s incredible how short the collective memory is. if people want to celebrate him going, that’s fine. we don’t have to like him to recognize the US has no right to provoke violence, overthrow yet another government, and deliberately collapse a state with the help of outright fascists. because this is the thing - it’s the ideology of the government they are opposed to, not particular policies or people or whatever.
and not for nothing, but there have been considerable pro-government marches as big, if not bigger, than the anti-government protests over the last few weeks, and the vast majority of the venezuelan working class seem to support the government even if they don’t support maduro per se. it’s for the venezuelan people to sort out imo.