The Presidential Election in Brazil resembles the 2020 Election in the US. The operation looks like what we referred to as the Drop and Roll in the 2020 Election.
Reuters reported on the election in Brazil yesterday with the following report this morning:
Brazil’s outgoing President Jair Bolsonaro had on Monday yet to concede defeat in the presidential election, raising fears the far-right nationalist might contest the victory of his leftist rival, former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
Tens of thousands of jubilant supporters took to the streets of Sao Paulo on Sunday night to celebrate a stunning comeback for Lula, a 77-year-old former metalworker who served two terms as president from 2003 to 2010. His electoral win follows a spell in prison for corruption convictions that were later annulled.
Bolsonaro left his residence on Monday morning and headed to the presidential palace, but had still not made any public comments. He is the first Brazilian incumbent to lose a presidential election. Lula has vowed to overturn his legacy, including pro-gun policies and weak protection of the Amazon rainforest.
What Reuters fails to mention is that like the 2020 Election in the US, conservatives cleaned houses across the board in the legislature and in governor’s offices and yet Bolsonaro somehow lost the Presidency to a socialist tied to China.
Steve Bannon interviewed Mathew Tyrmand on the Brazil election. Here are some excerpts from their discussion.
- Bolsonaro’s party dominated the election and with the other conservative parties, will dominate the lower House in Brazil.
- Bolsonaro was winning the election up to a certain point and then every ballot drop was won by the socialist candidate. “The math doesn’t make sense at all.” Mathew Tyrmand.
- The Mainstream Media all “pounded in immediately” says Bannon to claim the win for the socialist.
- “There’s been no transparency. There’s been censorship. There’s been arrests of opposition. There’s been penalization from the court to Bolsonaro’s party.” Says Thyrmand.
The election in Brazil is the same as the US election of 2020.
This all looks just like the Drop and Roll we identified after the 2020 Election in the US.
In the US, elections are run by voting machines as well.
This article was first published in The Gateway Pundit