Massive Pro-Bolsonaro Crowds Gather in Brazil, Demand Military Intervention to Overturn Dubious Election Results

An incredibly massive crowd of Brazilians has gathered in front of the Brazilian Army’s Eastern Command in Rio de Janeiro demanding the military intervene and overturn what they believe are dubious results for the country’s recent presidential election.

The immense crowd can be seen here:

After the results were released, Bolsonaro refused to concede to his far-left competitor Lula da Silva. Lula beat Bolsonaro after results came in from the country’s most corrupt and destitute regions. According to the official results as they currently stand, Lula received 50.9 percent of the vote while Bolsonaro received 49.1 percent of the vote.

“I have always been labeled as anti-democratic and, unlike my accusers, I have always played within the four lines of the constitution,” Bolsonaro said.

Big League Politics reported on how the Brazilian courts colluded to censor Bolsonaro and railroad his campaign in the lead up to the country’s presidential election:

The Brazilian Supreme Court has banned the free speech app Telegram, claiming that misinformation (meaning non-globalist propaganda) is spread on the platform.

Brazilian Supreme Court Justice Alexandre de Moraes suspended Telegram on Friday after the platform did not adhere to Draconian censorship orders meant to harm controversial right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro.

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