Brazil’s New Communist Government Implements TOTAL BIG BROTHER CRACKDOWN in Response to Pro-Freedom Uprising

In response to a pro-freedom uprising in Brazil, the new communist regime installed to lord over the South American country is reacting with total Big Brother repression.

Journalist Glenn Greenwald, who actually supported the left-wing government that recently came to power, noted the troubling developments in a series of Twitter posts.

“The censorship regime in Brazil is growing rapidly, virtually daily now. We just obtained a censorship order that is genuinely shocking, directing multiple social media platforms to *immediately* remove numerous prominent politicians and commentators,” Greenwald stated.

“I can’t overstate how shocking and dangerous this new censorship order is. It’s from the same judge that even the NYT has been warning about as authoritarian: Alexandre de Moraes,” he added.

Moraes, a Brazilian Supreme Court justice, has instituted repression for months in an attempt to stop former President Jair Bolsonaro and his supporters from rallying and campaigning amidst the election. The Supreme Court also allowed disgraced leftist puppet Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva out of prison, annulling his corruption convictions, and setting him up to be installed as President once again. This is effectively a coup against the people of Brazil, similar to what was perpetrated against the American people during the stolen presidential election of 2020.

Big League Politics has reported on the pro-freedom uprising that has arisen organically in opposition to the coup initiated by Lula and his judicial allies:

Shortly after the controversial Brazilian presidential election that saw leftist leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, commonly referred to simply as “Lula,” take power from conservative President Jair Bolsonaro, Brazilians flooded the streets in protest of what they strongly believe was a subversion of their democracy by the socialist leader and his allies in government, joining together in prayer and calling on the military to fix what they asserted was a leftist takeover of their nation.

These patriotic Brazilians, unwilling to see Brazil fall to convicted criminal Lula’s designs for their nation, recently occupied Three Powers square in Brazil’s capital, filing into the buildings that house Congress and the Supreme Court, along with the presidential palace, in another round of vastly peaceful protests. The protestors, along with Bolsonaro, insist that problems with electronic voting are responsible for inaccurate results — a claim increasingly common in Western nations —that handed the federal government of Brazil over to pro-China socialist Lula.

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