April 1, 2023

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Jair Bolsonaro fought back and tried to take a cell phone from a YouTuber who was protesting against him.

Bolsonaro’s controversial incident with a protester

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro starred in a controversial episode on Thursday Pounced on a young YouTuber protesting against his government At the exit of the Alvorada Palace, the official residence of the Presidency in Brasilia.

According to a Brazilian news portal G1The opponent is called Wilker Leo And used to visit the place to shoot videos to incite the President’s supporters. On this Thursday morning, Bolsonaro stopped by to take photos and talk to his followers, and Liao began making critical comments until someone pushed him and he fell to the ground. Annoyed by this aggression, he started shouting Insult the president with terms like “lazy”, “scumbag” and “coward”.

Hearing that the insults did not stop, Bolsonaro said he wanted to get out of the official vehicle and talk to the young man. He then tried to take the cell phone he used to film the protest He ended up struggling with the boy, grabbing his shirt and then holding out an arm to stop him. Leo managed to get away, and the president’s security guards surrounded him until the tension subsided.

Bolsonaro caught a protester trying to take away a phone that was filming his protest

Wilker Leo Dine 125,000 followers on TikTok and 13,000 subscribers on YouTube channel Its purpose, according to him, is to “encourage discussion of everything related to the political and military universe” in Brazil. Leo says the same Army Corporal Since 2014 and since 2015 Assistant in the Legal Department of the Ministry of Economy and Finance of the Army.

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Local newspapers reported After the violent episode, Bolsonaro agreed to speak with the young man for a few minutes. His government’s various issues later left for the airport to travel to a campaign event in São José dos Campos, a municipality in the province of São Paulo.

“Power emanates from the people”

Bolsonaro, on the other hand, said this Thursday that “power emerges only when the people choose their representatives properly.” “We know what’s at stake and I hope that in 2022 we’ll look back in front of these kids and be proud of what we’ve done,” he said at a political event in São José dos Campos. First day of re-election campaign.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro speaks at an event during his re-election campaign (REUTERS/Carla Carniel)
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro speaks at an event during his re-election campaign (REUTERS/Carla Carniel)

A president who is used to putting Venezuela Y Cuba He asked his supporters to vote on October 2 as examples of countries where power does not come from the people because they are considered authoritarian countries. “With emotion, not with reason”.

“Compare and see what is happening in other South American countries. These people, all of them united, are members of the Sao Paulo Forum”, Latin American Progressive Organizations, and “They are not fighting for the welfare of the people, but for the life plan of power”Retired army captain said.

Likewise, He again elevated the presidential election to “a struggle of good against evil,” which he identified with “the color red.”

Polls suggest Lula is running for president – Ruled Brazil between 2003 and 2010- He will win the October elections with more than 40% support, compared to 30% support for Bolsonaro.

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(with information from EFE)

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