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Haha, the moron needs his own thread. Please, help us! Start by voting Trump out of office!

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Opinion

Trump Isn’t the Worst Pandemic President

Just ask Brazilians.


By Felipe Neto

July 15, 2020, 5:00 a.m. ET


Video by Alessandra Orofino, Simon Ducroquet and Adam B. Ellick

Who’s the world’s worst leader at handling the pandemic? Easy. Donald Trump. Right? Well, as terrible as Mr. Trump is, a Brazilian YouTube star, Felipe Neto, argues it’s actually his president, Jair Bolsonaro.

Presidents Trump and Bolsonaro have long admired each other’s caustic styles of governance. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the United States and Brazil are the only two countries in the world with over a million confirmed cases of Covid-19. It’s a tight race, and to be sure, neither government should be praised, but the reckless denial by Brazilian leadership is appalling.

Mr. Neto is not normally one to comment on politics. He usually sticks to entertaining his 38 million followers on YouTube with his comedic takes on pop culture. But as the death toll mounts, he’s become more outspoken. And his message isn’t aimed only at Brazilians — it’s also for Americans.

Felipe Neto (@felipeneto) is a Brazilian YouTube personality.

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https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/15/opinion/coronavirus-covid-brazil-bolsonaro.html

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Can you imagine 2 leaders disputing the honor of being the worst ?
:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Don't worry, Mr.Trump. You're 65,000 deaths above. You're still the champ !
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..and it is no laughing matter... Punky!

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There's a big dilemma
'Bout my Big Leg Emma, uh-huh, oh yeah
There's a big dilemma
'Bout my Big Leg Emma, uh-huh, oh yeah
She used to knock me out
Until COVID broke out
There's a big dilemma
'Bout my Big Leg Emma, uh-huh, oh yeah
There's a big dilemma
'Bout my Big Leg Emma, uh-huh, oh yeah
She was my steady date
Until she bit the president
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Mr_Green_Genes wrote:
Opinion

Trump Isn’t the Worst Pandemic President

Just ask Brazilians.


By Felipe Neto


Mr. Trump's reply to Felipe Grandson [Felipe Neto]

https://twitter.com/MarceloAdnet/status/1283901525094469634

^^Don't miss it, one of the best impersonator here...

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Brazil's first lady tests positive for Covid-19

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Brazil’s first lady Michelle Bolsonaro has tested positive for Covid-19 on Thursday, President’s Bolsonaro press office announced in a statement.

The first lady “is in good health and will follow all established protocols”, the statement says.

“The first lady is being accompanied by the medical team of the Presidency of the Republic”, the statement adds.

Michelle Bolsonaro was last seen in public on Wednesday afternoon when she attended an official event in Brasilia with her husband.

President Jair Bolsonaro tested positive for Covid-19 on July 7. He tested negative more than two weeks later on Saturday.


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By the grace of God, when will this happen to Trump and his family ?
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USA Legislator Urges Bolsonaros to Stay Out of American Elections

The Chairman of the US House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs rebuffed Eduardo Bolsonaro's social media post favoring Trump.


RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The US House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs said on Monday, July 27th, that the Bolsonaros need to stay "out" of this year's US elections. The demonstration, posted on social media, is signed by Eliot Engel, Committee Chairman.

A Democratic Party congressman, Engel criticized a video posted by Deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro in which President Jair Bolsonaro's son calls for "Trump 2020" when referring to the November election. With a Democratic majority, the Committee chaired by Engel is responsible for legislation and supervision of the country's foreign policy.

https://riotimesonline.com/brazil-news/brazil/politics-brazil/usa-urges-bolsonaros-to-stay-out-of-american-elections/

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FOUR STUDIES OF JAIR BOLSONARO

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Marcelo Adnet - Trump, Bolsonaro, Maduro, Johnson, Putin and the guy from Belarus on a video call:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7gWHcxR0q0&t=60s

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These last few days, it's a race between him and Trump...
Who will get the most daily covid-19 deaths.
Brazil won the last two days.
Wonder why Trump hasn't bragged about it yet
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Bolsonaro tells journalist he would 'like to smash your face in' over corruption claims

Response came after Brazil’s president was asked a question about mystery payments to his wife.


The Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has told a journalist he would like to “smash your face in” after being questioned over reports of a series of mystery payments into his wife’s bank account by a former police officer with alleged links to the Rio de Janeiro underworld.

Reports in the Brazilian media have claimed that between 2011 and 2017 at least 89,000 reais (about £12,000) were paid into the account of Brazil’s first lady, Michelle Bolsonaro.

The mystery deposits were allegedly made by Fabrício Queiroz, a longtime friend of Bolsonaro who was recently arrested as part of a corruption investigation into one of the president’s sons, and Queiroz’s wife, Marcia Aguiar. Flávio Bolsonaro and Queiroz have denied the corruption allegations.

Bolsonaro, who swept to power in 2018 vowing to stamp out corruption, has yet to adequately explain the payments and reacted peevishly when asked about them on Sunday.

“What I’d really like to do is smash your face in, yeah?” the far-right populist was filmed telling a reporter from one of Brazil’s leading newspapers, O Globo.

As he stood outside the Catholic Cathedral of Brasília, Bolsonaro then branded the journalist a safado (dirtbag).

His comments sparked immediate condemnation from members of the media and opposition politicians.

“This kind of behaviour not only demonstrates a lack of manners – it is also an attempt to intimidate the press and prevent awkward questioning,” the president of the Brazilian Press Association, Paulo Jeronimo told O Globo.

Within minutes of Bolsonaro’s remarks being reported, Brazilian journalists had launched a coordinated online campaign, repeatedly tweeting the very same question at their president. “President Jair Bolsonaro, why did your wife Michelle receive 89,000 reais from Fabrício Queiroz?” they asked.

There was no immediate response from Bolsonaro’s account, which has 6.6 million followers.

But by Sunday evening, the campaign had gone viral with some of Brazil’s most famous activists, academics and artists, including the legendary composer Caetano Veloso, joining the journalists’ chorus.

“We’ve got a playground bully in the presidential palace,” tweeted the left-wing politician Marcelo Freixo. “Why won’t he answer the question?”

Queiroz has known Bolsonaro since the 1980s and had reportedly also previously worked in the same police battalion as one of the most feared members of the Rio mafia: a notorious Brazilian hitman called Adriano da Nóbrega.

Nóbrega, allegedly one of the leaders of a gang of contract killers called the Escritório do Crime (Crime Bureau), was shot dead by police in February this year after going into hiding on a ranch in north-east Brazil.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/aug/24/bolsonaro-tells-journalist-he-would-like-to-smash-their-face-in-over-corruption-claims

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There is an eminent criminal charge for one in the Bol$0naro family coming maybe next week. Yesterday justice acted against Rio's governor (a most likely guilty as charged, but more importantly, a former ally of the pRESIDENT and now a disaffection). This two things are most likely related. Now, the pRESIDENT sets off his dog in the ministry on environment, to announce that, as of next Monday, all policing and actions against deforestation and fires in the Amazon and Pantanal are suspended, using lack of funds as an excuse.

This is all to make a SMOKE SCREEN for the impending denounce charges against his corrupt family, which is dubbed the Familitia in Brazil.

Help saving Brasil and the Amazon!

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‘A Family Business:’ Graft Investigation Threatens Brazil’s Bolsonaro

Brazilians are asking a question that could threaten President Jair Bolsonaro’s political future: Why did his wife and son receive payments from a man under investigation for corruption?


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By Ernesto Londoño, Manuela Andreoni and Letícia Casado

RIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro, was visiting a cathedral in the capital in recent days when a reporter threw out a question: President, why did your wife receive $16,000 from a former aide under investigation for corruption?

The response was aggressive, even for a president known for venting his anger at journalists and critics.

“What I’d like to do,” Mr. Bolsonaro told the reporter, “is smash your mouth in.”

In his two years in office, as Mr. Bolsonaro and his inner circle, including his sons, have become engulfed in a growing number of criminal and legislative investigations, he has lashed out at reporters, investigators and even members of his own cabinet who have dared go against him.

But the case involving the former aide and family confidant — which revolves around the potential theft of public sector wages — has particularly rattled Mr. Bolsonaro’s nerves by putting his wife and his oldest son at the center of a corruption investigation that has developed into one of his biggest personal and political liabilities.

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Fabrício Queiroz, center, an aide to one of Mr. Bolsonaro’s sons, was arrested. He’s facing charges of diverting public funds to the president’s family.


The expanding set of inquiries into the president and his family are testing the independence and strength of the justice system in one of the world’s largest democracies, with the largest economy in the southern hemisphere. Just a few years ago, Brazil’s judiciary earned global accolades for taking down powerful officials and business titans in an anti-corruption crusade that upended the political establishment.

Now Mr. Bolsonaro, whose astonishing rise from the fringes of far-right politics to the presidency was largely propelled by a promise to root out graft and crime, stands accused of undermining the rule of law, as the scandals inch ever closer to the presidential palace.

Experts say the evidence that has come to light so far in the case of the former aide, Fabrício Queiroz, suggests the Bolsonaro family partook in a scheme known as rachadinha, which is common in the lower rungs of politics in Brazil. It involves siphoning off taxpayer money by keeping ghost employees on payroll or hiring people who agree to kick back a share of their salary to the boss.

“The suspicion is that this was a family business that lasted many years and moved a lot of money,” Bruno Brandão, the executive director of Transparency International in Brazil, said of the graft scheme involving the former aide. “These suppositions are very serious, corroborated by solid evidence, in an investigation that is based on highly irregular financial transactions.”

In court filings and leaks to the press, the authorities have outlined their suspicion that starting in 2007, Mr. Queiroz helped the president’s oldest son, Flávio Bolsonaro, steal public funds by pocketing part of the wages of people on his payroll when he was a state representative. Flávio Bolsonaro was elected to the Senate in 2018.

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Flávio Bolsonaro, the president’s son, is at the center of a widening scandal that also involves the president’s wife.

Between 2011 and 2016, Mr. Queiroz funneled thousands of dollars to the president’s wife, Michelle Bolsonaro, in transactions neither of them can explain. Prosecutors also believe deposits made to the president’s son might be connected to the scheme.

Drawing on a vast dossier of financial records, investigators are trying to determine whether the irregular cash flow at a chocolate shop Flávio Bolsonaro bought in 2015, and a series of real estate purchases he made in cash, amount to money laundering.

Separately, a Brazilian newspaper uncovered that one of Mr. Queiroz’s daughters, Nathália Queiroz, was on the payroll of the president’s former congressional office in Brasília between 2016 and 2018, even though she was working as a personal trainer in Rio de Janeiro at the time.

Bank records obtained by prosecutors show that Ms. Queiroz made monthly payments to her father that totaled tens of thousands of dollars between 2017 and 2018.

The president’s office declined to comment on the case on behalf of Mr. Bolsonaro and his wife. Michelle Bolsonaro met her husband in 2006 while she was working as a secretary in Congress. After the two began dating, she joined his legislative staff, a move that tripled her salary.

Paulo Emílio Catta Preta, a lawyer representing Mr. Queiroz, said the transactions involving the Bolsonaro family “have absolutely nothing to do with alleged misappropriation of funds.” Flávio Bolsonaro’s attorney did not respond to a request for interviews.

In a recent interview, Vice President Hamilton Mourão defended the administration’s record on corruption, noting that it has not been embroiled in the type of multimillion dollar kickbacks schemes uncovered during previous governments. He deplored the leaking to the press of so much information about the Queiroz investigation, arguing that there is an effort underway to “fabricate a narrative for public opinion.”

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Mr. Bolsonaro and his inner circle have become engulfed in a growing number of criminal and legislative investigations.

The investigation began taking shape shortly after Mr. Bolsonaro’s decisive electoral victory in October 2018. He beat a leftist party whose enormous popularity crumbled as its leaders were charged in kickback schemes involving large government contracts and transnational business deals.

Shortly after the election, prosecutors in Rio de Janeiro noted that Mr. Queiroz’s bank activity in 2016 and 2017, while he was on Flávio Bolsonaro’s payroll, was incompatible with his reported earnings.

Since then, other legislative and criminal investigations have put the Bolsonaro family on the defensive.

Another of the president’s sons, Carlos Bolsonaro, is being investigated on similar charges of diverting public funds during his time as a City Council member in Rio de Janeiro, and in connection with a case about disinformation campaigns waged online. A third son, Eduardo Bolsonaro, is also involved in the disinformation case.

As criminal and legislative investigations entangled people close to the president, his government led or backed efforts that have weakened the hand of anticorruption prosecutors. They included making it harder for investigators to obtain bank records to build criminal cases. A new law subjects prosecutors to punishments including fines and criminal charges for misconduct.

Those actions contributed to the dramatic exit of Mr. Bolsonaro’s most popular cabinet member, Sergio Moro, who in April accused the president of seeking to replace the head of the federal police in order to shield friends and relatives from criminal investigations.

The Supreme Court is investigating whether the president’s conduct amounted to obstruction of justice.

The events surrounding the exit of Mr. Moro, a former federal judge who had become the most emblematic figure in the anticorruption crusade that began in 2014, are widely seen as a de facto abandonment of the president’s promise to fight corruption. A bill with sweeping anticorruption reforms Mr. Moro championed has been abandoned.

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The former Justice Minister Sergio Moro resigned in April, accusing the president of trying to protect friends and relatives from scrutiny.

“Our perception is that white collar criminals are celebrating,” said Melina Flores, a federal prosecutor who worked on high-profile corruption cases in Brasília, the capital.

Investigators are struggling to make headway. The fight against corruption, which once sparked mass protests, has lost resonance as Brazil faces the world’s second-highest number of deaths from the coronavirus, behind only the United States, and the economic meltdown that followed.

The shift in national focus has allowed the restoration of an unspoken system in which powerful judges and politicians protect each other’s interests, said Carlos Fernando dos Santos Lima, a former prosecutor who worked on politically explosive investigations.

“It’s a return to the old political practice of being shielded by judicial maneuvers,” he said. “In Brazil we have a republic of untouchables and a republic for the rest of the population.”

Against that backdrop, prosecutors in the case have found ways to keep the investigation in the public eye — even as Mr. Queiroz sought to remain out of sight and the Bolsonaro family downplayed his significance.

In June, investigators armed with an arrest warrant for Mr. Queiroz found him in a São Paulo residence that belongs to one of Mr. Bolsonaro’s lawyers, Frederick Wassef.

The arrest, which dominated front pages and news broadcasts for days, was followed by leaks to the press that Mr. Queiroz had wired Michelle Bolsonaro far more money than investigators had initially disclosed. That called into question the president’s account that a single payment disclosed in 2018 was made to repay a debt.

After Mr. Bolsonaro lashed out at the reporter with O Globo newspaper on Sunday, thousands of Brazilians who are critical of the president turned to social media to echo his question: “President, why did your wife receive $16,000 from Fabricio Queiroz?”

The stakes are high for the first lady. Unlike her husband and Flávio Bolsonaro, she is not an elected official, which deprives her of the protections from prosecution that they enjoy.

Just how politically damaging the case will be for Mr. Bolsonaro in the long run is unclear, analysts say. Despite his cavalier handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which has contributed to the death of more than 118,000 Brazilians, the president has broadened his support base slightly by giving emergency aid to millions of Brazilians.

“The majority of Brazilians are thinking a lot more about survival than political matters,” Mauro Paulino, the director of the Datafolha polling firm, said. “When survival is your primary concern, corruption becomes a secondary issue.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/28/world/americas/brazil-bosonaro-corruption.html

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If you hate that guy, if you praise democracy, if you love the Amazon, please click, listen and spread!

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It's in Spanish, which I don't speak...
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You can't even speak your own fucking language... eh, sorry, couldn't resist, just kidding... :P

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You can't even speak your own fucking language... eh, sorry, couldn't resist, just kidding... :P


As a public service, you could translate. . .

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As a public service, you could translate. . .

Its only fair... Here:

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Hey, Michelle, tell us here, About the money that came into your account from Queiroz?
Hey, Captain, how did this happen? Raise your hands to Heaven and thank God...

Zero one is Willy Wonka*, Zero two is Bananinha#, Zero three Tonho da Lua+ who commands the gang.
Spends the day conspiring, making trouble, But it's all good fellows, good-hearted people


[*His "Zero one" son is accused of money laundry with a Chocolate shop, #the vice-president said about his "zero two" son 'it does not matter if his name was Eduardo Little Banana' and +Tonho da Lua was a popular mentally ill soap opera character]

Hey, Michelle, tell us here, About the money that came into your account from Queiroz? Hey, Captain, how did this happen? Raise your hands to Heaven and thank God...

Wake up dude, who do you think you've cheated? Now come here and show us everything you've preached
'Cause I, I don't know, when we cheat someone
And keep taking risks with impunity
The risk is bigger and greed takes over then
And the more you have, the more control of the situation, but not with me.
You've never fooled me
So answer how that money got in there...


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Now I return you one back. Why wasn't this a hit?

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