Brazil’s Military Prepares Takeover after Killing ‘Red Command’ Cartel Leaders

Brazil’s military is preparing to launch a takeover bid to seize control of the embattled nation after successfully killing the leaders of the communist-allied “Red Command” cartel, according to reports.

As Slay News has been documenting, the Brazilian armed forces are supporting incumbent President Jair Bolsanaro in wake of the country’s widely disputed presidential election.

The race was called for hugely popular Bolsonaro’s notoriously corrupt socialist challenger Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.

Many argue that the alleged victory for Lula, who was previously convicted and jailed for money laundering and corruption, was the result of election fraud.

The military launched an investigation into the allegations and concluded that the voting machines used in the election were likely breached and warned of “possible fraud.”

The nation’s top military officials are remaining loyal to Bolsonaro and are currently mobilizing under the armed forces’ constitutional authority to protect democracy.

According to reports emerging from Brazil, the Army has now taken a major step by eliminating key leaders of the Communist-allied drug cartels in Rio de Janeiro.

In an unusual step for the military, the Army has invaded the favelas of Rio and killed top leaders of the Comando Vermelho (Red Command) drug cartel.

The cartel supports Lula and his effort to take control of the country.

Observers and experts believe this move indicates the beginning of a federal military intervention.

The drug cartels were the only ones to celebrate the alleged election victory by criminal Lula on October 30.

In a sign of support, they took to firing automatic weapons in the air in the favelas.

President Bolsonaro cracked down hard on the Brazilian drug gangs.

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“The heads of drug trafficking of Morro do Juramento and Juramentinho, identified as Rodrigo Barbosa Marinho, known as Rolinha or Tito Rolinha, and Hevelton Nascimento Júnior, the ‘Bad Boy,’ respectively, were killed during a Military Police operation in Vicente de Carvalho on Thursday (1st),” O Dia reports.

“Three other suspects died in the action and one, who was also injured, is imprisoned in custody in the hospital.”

The drug cartels are the armed wing of the Communists.

Comando Vermelho controls parts of Rio de Janeiro and was formed in 1979 as an alliance between cartels and Communists.

If the cartels are eliminated, the risk 0f a civil war will be significantly reduced.

Over a month after the election, hundreds of thousands of citizens flooded the streets of cities across Brazil in protest of the election results again on the weekend.

Many were seen standing outside army bases, pleading for the military to save their country from the Communists and cartels.

The corrupt Superior Electoral Court moved up the date to certify the election from December 19 to 2 pm on Monday, December 12.

Observers believe the pro-Communist court wants to move quickly to install their candidate, Lula da Silva, possibly even moving up the certification to this week.

The inauguration is scheduled for January 1, 2023.

This put pressure on the Military High command to act before it is too late.

Speaking to Steve Bannon, Brazil observer Matt Tyrmand, one of the few journalists covering the crisis, pointed out the pro-Bolsonaro military would be in danger of being purged if Lula takes power.

“It’s off to the Gulags then,” Tyrmand noted.

The Military Deputy Prosecutor General, Carlos Frederico de Oliveira Pereira, sent a letter to the Military Prosecutor General, Antonio Pereira Duarte November 25.

The letter notes the “failure to comply with the steps requested by the Ministry of Defense when inspecting the electronic voting system.”

The letter also complained of “possible interference of foreign companies in the electoral process, which could not be verified since the military of the aforementioned team does not have broad access to information related to the electoral process, unlike these Big Tech companies, which maintain a partnership with the Electoral Court.

“There should be an investigation into a possible crime against the country’s external security regarding a possible cyber attack”, the letter states.

The official declaration of Article 142, which allows the military to intervene in the case of a conflict between the branches of government, is expected this week.

Soldiers were seen joining the protestors and instructing them to remain calm when military action comes.

Drivers cheered military convoys deploying to strategic locations throughout the country.

Troops have been deployed to the Venezuelan border to guard against Communist invasion:

Speaking before the Brazilian Senate, retired Regional Election Magistrate Sebastião Coelho again called for the arrest of corrupt Chief Justice Alexandre de Moraes, who has been carrying water for the Communist takeover:

Coelho stated that he had retired from his bench on August 19  in protest against Moraes.

Moraes is “waging war against his country,” Coelho warned.

“But I believe the Brazilian people will win.”

Moraes is “committing crimes”, Coelho said.

“Every illegal decision he makes is a crime.”

Moraes had given Coelho 3 days to retract his call to arrest the Chief Justice, he said.

“But I am reaffirming that call!” Coelho added to standing ovations.

“The Brazilian people are the victims of a coup by the Supreme Court”, Coelho said.

“Therefore, the President must invoke Article 142 of the Constitution to enable the Armed Forces to act.

“This will be portrayed as a coup, but it is actually a counter-coup.”

Brazilian Indios are also protesting the fraud since there were allegedly zero votes from the indigenous territories for Bolsonaro.

“Everybody already knows the elections were stolen”, said Chief Roni before the Senate on 11/30.

“What are we waiting for?”

Brazilian Indios support Bolsonaro because he’s protecting them from Western “climate activists” who are trying to take away their livelihoods and make them live in poverty again.

Meanwhile, Twitter CEO Elon Musk suggested over the weekend that the social media platform might have interfered in Brazil’s recent presidential election when far-left activists had control of the company.

Musk made the revelation in response to a question from Rebel News correspondent Avi Yemini, who asked, “Can you find out what other elections were ‘handled’ by the former Twitter regime?”

“I’ve seen a lot of concerning tweets about the recent Brazil election,” Musk tweeted Saturday.

“If those tweets are accurate, it’s possible that Twitter personnel gave preference to left-wing candidates.”

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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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