Brazil’s Military to Block Presidential Election Results, Defend Bolsonaro

Brazil’s military is preparing to step in to overturn the results of the nation’s recent controversial presidential election, according to reports.

Military officials are planning to invoke Article 142 in an effort to defend incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro.

The move will see the military assume control of the embattled nation and annul the election results while restoring law and order to Brazil.

The notoriously corrupt Socialist party was declared the winner in the race, triggering widespread unrest from outraged Brazilians.

In a freak election, where voting machines tallied every vote, socialist felon Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva managed to “win” the election against the hugely popular Bolsonaro.

The apparent victory came despite Lula’s party losing seats in the parliament.

Lula is Brazil’s former president and a convicted criminal previously jailed for fraud.

Despite being released from prison early, his sentence was reduced due to a technicality and Lula has never been cleared of the fraud charges.

As Slay News previously reported, Brazil’s military has warned that “possible fraud” may have influenced the country’s controversial presidential election.

The Armed Forces of Brazil has been investigating the election following widespread allegations of fraud after Lula supposedly beat Bolsonaro.

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Following an audit of the election results, the military concluded that there was a “possible security risk” in the country’s voting system.

In a statement earlier this month, the Defense Ministry emphasized that its report had not “excluded the possibility of fraud.”

Journalist Matthew Tyrmand has been reporting on the massive democracy protests against last month’s presidential election.

Tyrmand told Steve Bannon on The War Room that the Brazilian military is ready to invoke Article 142 and save the nation from the Marxist horde.

The military stands with Bolsonaro and is ready to invoke Article 142 of the Brazilian Constitution, which says that the military has the role of “guaranteeing constitutional powers” under the “supreme authority of the president.”

WATCH:

Despite Bolsonaro’s supporters flooding the streets in their millions to protest the election, little has been heard from the 50 million Brazilians who supposedly voted for Lula.

READ MORE: Brazil’s ‘Very Patriotic’ Military ‘Just Waiting for Bolsonaro to Give the Order’ to ‘Restore Law and Order’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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