On Tuesday, the 31st of May OAS secretary general Luis Almagro called an "emergency meeting" to discuss suspending Venezuela from the OAS. On Wednesday, the 1st of June, supporters of Venezuelan president Maduro showed up in front of the OAS's DC building calling for impeaching Almagro, the president of the OAS instead of overthrowing Venezuelan president Maduro. The two right-wing counterprotesters were outnumbered by Venezuelan citizens at the protest outraged at the OAS attacking their country and fearing a coup may be in the works.
One of them told a protester supporting Venezuelan President Maduro that he would be shot if he conducted the same pro-Madura protest in his own country! This even though any planned coup has yet to happen, and surely the Venezuelan government isn't going to shoot its own supporters. Perhaps he means the opposition's call for a "nonviolent coup" can include guns after all?