Kommentar: Den følgende MSM-rapport om, hvad han sagde, er - selvfølgelig - fordrejet i retning af at skildre Bolsonaro som en galning. Men han er faktisk en af ​​de få fornuftige ledere på Jorden; Han påpegede i starten denne svindel, og han opfordrer nu brasilianere til at bevæbe sig selv som en forebyggende foranstaltning mod andre politikere og teknokrater, der bruger Covid-19 til at implementere tyranniske ordninger ...

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Brazilians got a shocking look Friday at an expletive-laced meeting between President Jair Bolsonaro and his cabinet when a Supreme Court judge released a video at the center of an investigation targeting the far-right leader.

The April 22 cabinet meeting is under scrutiny by prosecutors probing allegations by former justice minister Sergio Moro that Bolsonaro tried to interfere in federal police investigations.

Brasilianerne fik et chokerende kig fredag ​​på et bandeords fyldt møde mellem præsident Jair Bolsonaro og hans kabinet, da en højesteretsdommer frigav en video i centrum af en efterforskning rettet mod den højreorienterede leder.

Kabinetsmødet den 22. april undersøges af anklagere, der har undersøgt beskyldninger fra den tidligere justitsminister Sergio Moro om, at Bolsonaro forsøgte at blande sig i de føderale politis efterforskning.

Men det kan vise sig at være lige så ødelæggende for Bolsonaros 18 måneder gamle regering på grund af de andre uheldige detaljer, som den indeholder.

De inkluderer præsidenten, der bruger bandeord for at fornærme guvernører, uddannelsesministeren, der anmoder om at smide højesteretsdommere i fængsel, og miljøministeren, der opfordrer regeringen til at legalisere minedrift og landbrug i Amazonas regnskov, mens verden distraheres af coronavirus-pandemien.

Advarsel: Nedenstående video indeholder upassende sprog:
Teksten i videoen: James.C.W @c_waltner
Brasiliens Præsident: Jair Bolsonaro:
"Det er derfor jeg ønsker at bevæbne folket" (for at undgå diktatur)

The video came to light when Moro resigned two days after the meeting.

In a damaging final press conference, the then-justice minister, a popular anti-corruption crusader, accused Bolsonaro of "political interference" in the federal police.

Police are reportedly investigating multiple cases involving Bolsonaro and his inner circle, including allegations that his son Carlos, a Rio de Janeiro city councilor, oversaw a fake-news campaign to benefit his father.

Moro's allegations led a Supreme Court justice to order an investigation into whether Bolsonaro obstructed justice or committed other crimes.

The probe, which could see Bolsonaro tried or even impeached, comes as the president faces growing disapproval ratings and criticism over his downplaying of the coronavirus pandemic, which has claimed more than 21,000 lives in Brazil.

'Another farce'

In the video, Bolsonaro rails against what he calls a lack of information from the federal police, or PF.

"I can't be getting surprises in the news. Hell, the PF doesn't give me information," he says.

"I can't work like that. That's why I'm going to interfere, period. It's not a threat... it's the truth."

At another point, he says: "I've already tried to change our security people in Rio de Janeiro, officially, and I couldn't. That's finished now. I'm not going to wait for them to fuck my whole family, my friends, because I can't change someone in our security apparatus."

Anticipating the release of the video, the president had already sought to do damage control, saying he was talking about ensuring his family's security, not protecting anyone from investigation.

"Another farce just collapsed. There's not a second in the video where someone could suspect I interfered in the federal police," Bolsonaro said after its release.

Profanity and insults

Confined to their homes by the pandemic, Bolsonaro opponents held raucous protests after the video's release, banging pots and pans out their windows.

Comment: ...confined to their homes by orders that did NOT come from Bolsonaro! That's the context in this video in which he expresses his wish that Brazilians arm themselves - they're being taken over by 'tyrannical dictators' at the city, state and international levels...

Excerpts of the video played non-stop on Brazilian TV.

Comment: Really?? And they did that in order to get people to NOT support Bolsonaro?!

In one, Bolsonaro slings swear words at the governors of two of Brazil's biggest states, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, for defying him by imposing stay-at-home orders to contain the coronavirus.

"That piece of shit of a governor in Sao Paulo, that pile of manure in Rio de Janeiro," he says.

"That's why I want... the population to be armed. That's what guarantees that some son of a bitch can't just show up and install a dictatorship here."

In another, Education Minister Abraham Weintraub attacks the Supreme Court for giving states the final say in the matter.

"If it were up to me, I'd throw all these criminals in jail, starting with the Supreme Court," he says.

In yet another, Environment Minister Ricardo Salles says, "Now that the media's only talking about COVID, we need to use this moment of calm to change all the regulations" preventing mining and farming on protected land in the Amazon.

Investigators removed material relating to foreign countries before the video's release. According to Brazilian media reports, that included insulting remarks about China, Brazil's top trading partner.

In another potentially explosive twist to the probe, opposition parties in Congress have asked investigators to seize Bolsonaro's cell phone and that of his son Carlos.

The Supreme Court judge overseeing the probe passed the request Friday to the attorney general, who must now decide on the request.

National Security Minister Augusto Heleno warned such a move would place Brazil's "national stability" at risk.