Bolsonaro vows to ‘follow the Constitution’ but DOES NOT concede. Many people in his administration have given signs of beginning the transition, but the president has not.
We know FOR A FACT, that’s not a theory, that Military has audit firms looking into the vote. Internet BUZZ says it will surface in one or two days. THIS IS NOT OVER.
This is all the rage on the Brazilian net:
‘I received the information here, now, that the 4th [voter audit] report will be delivered tomorrow. The tech people asked for another 24 hours to finalize and review the 4 reports.
But the frauds are proven, not only from [second round] but also from the [first round of voting], which is also included in the reports already received.
Bolsonaro will only speak about it with the evidence all constituted, and immediately charged to General Luiz do Supreme Military Tribunal, with a request for annulment of the election for president and indictment of all involved.
“I have always been labeled as undemocratic and, contrary to my accusers, I have always played within the four lines of the Constitution. I have never spoken of controlling or censoring the media and social networks. As president of the Republic and as a citizen, I will continue to comply with all the commandments of our Constitution,” he continued.
— “I want to start by thanking the 58 million Brazilians who voted for me last October 30. The current popular movements are the fruit of indignation and a feeling of injustice of how the electoral process took place. Peaceful demonstrations will always be welcome, but our methods cannot be those of the left, which have always harmed the population, such as invading property, destroying patrimony, and curtailing the right to come and go,”.
— “Our dreams remain more alive than ever through progress. Even facing the whole system we overcame the pandemic and the consequences of a war,” he said, adding that as president and citizen he will continue to fulfill all the commands of the Constitution.” said President Bolsonaro.
@realDonaldTrump reacts to the election results in Brazil:
- “I’m saddened because he really, really worked hard for the country…
- He was a friend of mine and IS a friend of mine…
- It was a close election. Yeah, well, let’s see what happens.”
Yes, LET’S SEE WHAT HAPPENS. Indeed.