ER Editor: It’s tough to get accurate reporting on Brazil. Lula hasn’t been seen in a while: he allegedly went into hospital for an operation where only old photos of him were published in accompanying stories. Video footage has surfaced on Telegram of a pro-Bolsonaro military operation in the favelas, which has killed certain drug kingpins who were allegedly backing Lula (see the Bitchute video below on this). See the Gateway Pundit story on this from 2 days ago –
Gateway Pundit and Matt Tyrmand on War Room were the first worldwide to report that the Brazilian military is moblizing under its constitutional authority to protect democracy. Sources on the ground now confirm that the Army is mobilizing and has eliminated key leaders of the Communist-allied drug cartels in Rio.
In an unusual step for the military, the Army has invaded favelas of Rio de Janeiro and killed top leaders of the Comando Vermelho (Red Command) drug cartel, which supports the Communist criminal Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Observers take this to indicate the beginning of a federal military intervention. The drug gangs were the only ones to celebrate the alleged election victory by criminal Lula Oct. 30, firing automatic weapons in the air in the favelas. President Bolsonaro cracked down hard on the Brazilian drug gangs.
See this rather propagandistic video from Bitchute:
Millions in Brazil continue election fraud protests following Bolsonaro’s alleged defeat
While the streets are replete with Bolsonaro voters demanding answers, reporters are asking ‘Where are President-elect Lula’s supporters?’
This article was originally published by the WND News Center
(WND News Center) — For the thirty-second consecutive day, millions of Brazilians are on the streets of cities throughout the nation in perhaps the largest pro-democracy protests in history, contending left-wing presidential challenger Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s declared victory over conservative populist President Jair Bolsonaro was fraudulent.
Brazil’s Superior Electoral Court announced November 29 that the certification ceremony of (Lula) Da Silva, a member of the Workers Party, will take place at 2 p.m. on December 12. The inauguration is scheduled for January 1.
The following day, however, Bolsonaro filed a petition with Brazil election authorities formally contesting the results, alleging some voting machines malfunctioned and that any votes cast through them should be annulled.
A former vice president of the Regional Electoral Court, Sebastião Coelho, in a November 20 speech called for the arrest of Supreme Court Chief Justice Alexandre de Moraes for pressing forward with certifying the election.
“More than 80 percent of judges in Brazil, at first and second instances, do not agree with what the Federal Supreme Court is doing,” Coelho said.
Establishment media largely have ignored the massive protests, said investigative reporter Matthew Tyrmand.
“This is the largest democratic protest in possibly human history, and the global media is crickets on this,” he said in an interview with Tucker Carlson on Fox News.
Thank you @TuckerCarlson for being the one major media show host who sees the import of what is going on in🇧🇷. These are the largest-scale protests in a democratic nation in human history. And the ramifications of this outcome are existentially important for Western Hemisphere. pic.twitter.com/D2MoaE3vKj
— Matthew Tyrmand (@MatthewTyrmand) November 29, 2022
What’s clear, he said, is that the Brazilian people “don’t want to be led by a convicted criminal.”
Long before Bolsonaro became president, Da Silva was convicted in three separate courts of 12 charges in a unanimous vote of 19 judges, he noted.
Da Silva’s judicial appointees in the Supreme Court, Tyrmand said, annulled and vacated Da Silva’s multiple sentences and freed him so he could run in the presidential election. That’s despite a Brazilian law that prohibits a convicted felon from running for office.
The judges, he said, put Da Silva “on the chessboard so they could attempt to control the outcome” of the election.
“And now the people, en masse, are crying foul,” said Tyrmand.
Even people in the districts where the socialist Da Silva supposedly has strongholds, such as the Amazon, the people there are marching.
“Every city in the country is filled with protesters,” Tyrman said. “And now the question is, what is to be done when you have a judiciary that is not comprised of judges in the classical sense – impartial, nonpartisan judges – but political appointees and partisans who are working to skew an election outcome?”
Tyrman noted the military has a special role in the Brazilian constitution, giving it authority to adjudicate separation of powers disputes.
“It looks like this will be coming to a head,” he said.
Protesters recognized Carlson’s coverage:
— Matthew Tyrmand (@MatthewTyrmand) December 1, 2022
Tyrmand also appeared on Steve Bannon’s War Room to discuss the mass protests against electoral fraud in Brazil:
Steve Hanke, professor of Applied Economics at Johns Hopkins University and a senior fellow at the Independent Institute, posted video of protesters surrounding army barracks in an apparent appeal for military intervention.
Rio De Janeiro Brazil 🇧🇷 Protests continue over Fraudulent Election results, crowds continuing to surround Army Barracks across the country 👍
Why won’t MSM show this to you? They don’t want you to know you have power.
Rise Canadians Rise 🍁 pic.twitter.com/vCeeqqJXLv
— 🍁Antonio Tweets 📣 (@AntonioTweets2) November 26, 2022
Katie Daviscourt, a reporter for Rebel News, tweeted that the “biggest question about the protests in Brazil is where are President-elect Lula’s supporters?”
“Leftists are known for counter protesting, but there hasn’t been one video supporting Lula,” she wrote.
Millions, meanwhile, remain in the streets in support of Bolsonaro:
The biggest question about the protests in Brazil is where are President-elect Lula’s supporters? Leftists are known for counter protesting but there hasn’t been one video supporting Lula.
However, millions remain in the streets in support of Bolsonaro. pic.twitter.com/44Ac8BKARY
— Katie Daviscourt🇺🇸 (@KatieDaviscourt) November 29, 2022
Hanke also posted a video showing ballots with Bolsonaro’s name in the trash:
Protests over the outcome of Brazil’s recent presidential election continue unabated. Protesters are ENRAGED. What has them exercised? Ballots with defeated Jair Bolsonaro’s name on them were found in the trash. Take a look:pic.twitter.com/pFsl3S2t2o
— Steve Hanke (@steve_hanke) November 24, 2022
Another video questioning the strength of da Silva’s support:
🇧🇷Brazil – HOLD THE LINE
Protests continue over Election Fraud
Lula’s supporters EXIST ONLY VIRTUALLY
It is a mystery why Brazilians have never seen Lula’s supposed 50 millions of supporters, who appear only inside voting machines but never on the streets. Are they even real? pic.twitter.com/tI0cqmYmGy
— Sergeant News Network (@Sgtnewsnetwork) November 27, 2022
Protesters in Rio de Janeiro:
11.30.22 Brazil .. for the thirty-first consecutive day, the Brazilian people are on the streets asking the Armed Forces for help. Protesters demand the ineligibility of candidate Lula, justice in elections and respect for the constitution. Rio de Janeiro RJ Brazil pic.twitter.com/Swz2SroOku
— Fernanda MacMillan (@floresdepapel6) November 30, 2022
Protesters in São Paulo:
Brazil Fraud Elections,São Paulo City today Protests in the streets in favor of Bolsonaro 🇧🇷👊 pic.twitter.com/LxZnb4Pooq
— James.bond237 (@JBond237) November 28, 2022
Reprinted with permission from the WND News Center.
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