Over 3 Million Brazilians Protest Election Fraud – Bolsonaro to Annul the Steal -The procedure looks like this: On Republic Day, which was yesterday, November 15, more than three million Brazilians took to the streets to demonstrate against the rigged elections. The study was provided by the party of President Jair Bolsonaro, who also made the announcement that his party will seek to have the election nullified on the grounds that the results could not be certified.
Since the colossal fraud that occurred during the runoff election on October 30th in Brazil, millions of Brazilians have been demonstrating in the streets every day against the electoral fraud that was committed by Communist convicted felon Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.
On the previous day, which was celebrated as the Day of the Republic, millions of people once again flocked to the streets, mostly in Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia, but also in smaller cities located all throughout the nation.
The refusal of mainstream media outlets such as O Globo to report on what are rumoured to be the greatest demonstrations the world has ever witnessed has only served to inflame the anger and dissatisfaction of the Brazilian people.
According to an article published on the German website Free World by a Brazil specialist named Fernando Teles, “I’m not an authority on the history of protests, but I think these may be the greatest protests the world has ever seen.” “Most people are in a pretty bad mood. That is not at all typical of Brazilians, who are known for their easygoing demeanour in most situations.
According to Teles, more than three million people participated in yesterday’s demonstration in Brazil, despite the fact that the capital is notoriously difficult to access and that many participants had to travel for several days to get there. Roughly half a million people demonstrated in Rio de Janeiro in front of the former Ministry of Defense, calling for the involvement of the military to stop the communists from seizing control.
Protesters voiced their dissatisfaction with the fact that at least one hundred of the computerised ballot boxes did not contain even one vote cast for Bolsonaro. 5 million votes were rejected. It is reported that Lula received 50.9% of the vote, while Bolsonaro received 49.1%.
Minister of Defense Paulo Sergio Nogueira de Oliveira handed his report on suspected election fraud to the extreme leftist Supreme Electoral Court (TSE) last week. The TSE is composed of hardcore followers of former President Lula da Silva. The study compiled by the military referred to “relevant security risks”: According to the findings of the investigation, it is not feasible to state that the electronic voting system is immune from the effects of malware that might have an effect on the results. It is very likely that the TSE will disregard the report.
Now, the Liberal Party (PL), which is led by President Bolsonaro, has also handed in their report on electoral fraud. In it, the party states that it will ask for “an annulment of the election” since “it is not feasible to authenticate the results of all the electronic voting machines.”
According to Teles, the only party that may protest the outcome is one that participated in the election. Fernando Teles predicts that the electoral court would most likely reject their appeal. “At that point, the currently seated President may give orders to a military court to make a decision. After that, there will be conflict between the legal system and the executive arm of government. It seems likely that members of the armed forces will have to go to the streets. According to the Law and Order Act (GLO), the President has the authority to direct the military to bring back peace.
According to Teles, both Bolsonaro and the leadership of the military are doing all in their power to abide by the law and the democratic norms and procedures. Already, demonstrators are chanting “Armed Forces, Save Our Country!” (which translates to “Save Our Country with Your Armed Forces”) in an effort to get the government to intervene militarily.
“The funny thing is, although they say they won the majority in the election, there are no protests by supporters of Lula,” Teles said. “Lula’s supporters have been silent.” “Where can we find them?