The corrupt Brazilian Supreme Court has again moved up the certification of the steal, proclaiming convicted Communist criminal Lula da Silva President overnight, angering patriots and accelerating the push for a military takeover. The Military has called for volunteers to help restore democracy in Brazil. Leftist Journalist Glenn Greenwald criticized Supreme Court censorship of elected representatives and journalists.
The Superior Electoral Court (TSE) was originally scheduled to confirm the steal Dec. 19, but moved up the date one week in the face of military preparations to protect Brazil from the coup under Article 142 of the Constitution. In a desperate move, TSE chair and Chief Justice Alexandre de Moraes yesterday proclaimed Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and Geraldo Alckmin and elected to the positions of president and vice president of the Republic on Tuesday (12/6).
Speaking to Steve Bannon on War Room, Matt Tyrmand said “military (is) being strategically deployed, reservists are being activated” and “the military is already active in the favelas, in the places where Lula’s base is strongest, criminals and drug traffickers. Remember election nght, when he ‘won’, you could hear the cheers from the prisons… There are rumors Venezuela has shipped in paramilitary operators into the favelas, so they’ll come down from the hills should this go kinetic and engage with the military.”
Images of armed guerillas purportedly in the hills or Rio seem to confirm this claim.
Bandidos das Favelas Chapadão, Mangueira e Jacaré Com Roupas e Armas Que Vieram das FARC.
Por Isso a Polícia Foi Impedida de Subir os Morros no Rio de Janeiro Pelo STF. pic.twitter.com/fkQLemApvT
— Washington Chiste 🇧🇷🇵🇾🇦🇷🇺🇾🇨🇱🇮🇹🇵🇹🇪🇸 (@WasChiste) December 7, 2022
The military is “being proactive” in “fire-fights with these commandos and Marxist paramilitary groups,” Tyrmand said. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan was in Brasilia Monday “meeting with criminals and Marxists”, such as former Defense Minister Jaques Wagner, who served under disgraced criminal Dilma Roussef.
Tyrmand: Calm before the storm. The [#Brazilian] military isn’t talking to any of the good journalists that have good relations with them. It feels like something is under afoot. Somethings going on. Fingers crossed.#Brazil @MatthewTyrmand pic.twitter.com/MWVlW6coJi
— Grace Chong 🇺🇸 (@gc22gc) December 6, 2022
The next step is “for the military to draft a document giving them the reasons to take action, and Bolsonaro’s chief of staff will have to give the order to start making arrests” on the Supreme Court, Tyrmand said. “(This is the) calm before the storm. The military isn’t talking to any of the good journalists that have good relations with them. It feels like something is afoot. Something’s going on. Fingers crossed.”
A crowd risos up against crime and corruption in Brazil.
Help Armed Forces!! Save our souls!!!#SOSFFAA @FoxNews @foxnewspolitics @MatthewTyrmand @elonmusk @Cristiano @neymarjr @realDonaldTrump @MrBeast pic.twitter.com/6eeHgdBM7c
— A HORA É AGORA!!!!! 🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷 (@ReMTorres) December 1, 2022
Comando Militar do Nordeste
A luta permanece pic.twitter.com/3A80r7PnuW
— João Vitória Lira 🇧🇷 (@lira9344529) November 29, 2022
However, according to Rio Times the President’s son Senator Flávio Bolsonaro said that an attempted military coup in Brazil “was never considered.”
“There was never talk of a [military] coup. A coup was never considered. Many in Brasilia were trying to protect themselves from something that never existed,” said the parliamentarian. “Bolsonaro has always acted and will always act within the Federal Constitution,” added the son of President Jair Bolsonaro. Invoking Article 142, which allows the military to intervene in conflicts between branches of the government, would be “acting within the Constitution,” however.
Left-wing Journalist Glenn Greenwald, who lives in Brazil, posted that ten members of the Brazilian Congress have had their social media accounts blocked, suspended, or banned by the Supreme Court, including patriot leaders like Bia Kicis, Carla Zambelli and Junio Amaral.
Ten currently serving or just-elected members of the Brazilian Congress — **ten** — now have their social media accounts blocked, suspended, or banned by the same Supreme Court justice whom the NYT has twice suggested is consolidating authoritarian powers: Alexandre de Moraes: pic.twitter.com/niDHn6cYRP
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) December 5, 2022