And if they have something the USA wants. Otherwise the USA is profoundly indifferent to what takes place within a country. Libya, Iraq, Venezuela. The sole exception would be Afghanistan but this was tied to broader geopolitical ambitions that encompassed the "Greater Middle East."I don't agree with point #1, but all the rest is spot on. The International Community, specially the US, tend to be very selectively outraged by autocratic regimes. It seems that authoritarian countries are only bad if not operating under the US thumb.
What's interesting is the way the European vassals start braying in unison with the USA about democracy, human rights, and so on -- and they get absolutely nothing in return from the US. Hilarious is the condemnation coming from Macron, who is probably even less popular in France than Maduro in Venezuela. And just look at the irony of Macron complaining about Italian involvement in France while he's quite happy to interfere in Venezuela: