Does Lincoln Díaz-Balart know if his Aunt Marta is OK in Cuba where she went to live shortly after Fidel got sick in 2006? How about his cousin Fidelito? And does his ailing Uncle Fidel need anything? I guess the subject of getting aid to his family in Cuba is not a pressing concern for him. He's lucky that way. This does not mean, however, that he should try to close all avenues of aid to other Cubans in concert with his uncle in Havana.
Between Castro's refusal to allow humanitarian assistance into the island and Lincoln's support for U.S. restrictions on remittances and travel to the island, the Cuban people are pretty much screwed.
BTW, why hasn't Díaz-Balart gone after the billions of dollars stolen by his aunt's former husband and brother-in-law? You know, track the Castro clan's ill-gotten loot in European banks and do for Castro's victims what has been done for Hitler's? Even if they can't, for now, gain access to it, it would still be useful to document the extent of the family fortune for a more propitious occasion.