Jose Acosta, a Cuban by birth, who twice escaped Marxist regimes, will tell his story March 21, 6:30 p.m., at the Thompson-Carr Center located across the street from Sevier County High School.
“What I experienced in the past in Cuba and Venezuela, I want to relate that to what I’m seeing now,” Acosta said. “I want to tell you my personal living experiences and will let you make your own decisions.”
Acosta, an entrepreneur and now American Citizen, will describe what happens to people, their property, and national economies when leftist-led governments take hold from first-hand experience.
“This event is open to all who want to come and hear from a man who really values liberty,” said Sevier County Tea Party Chairman Steve Osborn.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.