I got several.
What did the Bolsheviks have to do with democracy?The US intervened on the side of the Tsar in the Russian Civil War against the Bolsheviks, but that effort failed.
OK please, "elected" is not the same as democratic, if any government in the US tried the same measures as people like Mosadeqq in Iran, Allende in Chile or the sandinistas, you would be rightfully outraged.The most famous example is probably Iran. In 1953, the CIA and the UK overthrew the democratically elected government of Iran, and installed the Shah of Iran, who led a dictatorial regime.
In 1954, the CIA overthrew the democratically elected government of Guatemala.
The US and other Western powers overthrew the democratic government of Congo between 1960-65 and installed Mobutu Sese Seko as dictator.
After the dictator Trijulo (which the US supported) was deposed in the Dominican Republic in the 60's, the US helped overthrow the newly democratically elected government led by Juan Bosch.
The democratically elected government of Brazil was overthrown in a Coup which the US supported in 1964.
There were numerous attempts by the CIA to overthrow the democratically elected president Allende of Chile, and the US subsequently supported Augusto Pinochet's military junta. And his crimes against humanity are well known.
Between 1981 and 1990, the US supported an insurgency group, the Contras, against the democratic Sandinista government in Nicaragua.
These were demagogic governments taking advamtage of poor, desperate and poorly educated populations, to monopolize state power for their regimes. By confiscating private property, redrawing electoral lines, fixing elections, censoring the media, making thuggish bands outside the army/police to enforce their will, etc. This is why they pissed off so many people in their country, making the coup possible. See the big protests against Mosaddeq or Allende by a wide part of the society, just before these military coup's.
I do not support military coup against them and I am not defending the US actions, which of course were usually short-sighted and only serving immediate economic interests. But those governments were not "democratic".