Brazil presidential election, 2022

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President Jair Bolsonaro
Former prisoner and corrupt leftist president, Lula da Silva.

The 2022 Brazil presidential election was held on October 2, 2022 (first round) and October 30, 2022 (second round), Jair Bolsonaro, the incumbent, stood for re-election having accomplished much during his first term against the former corrupt leftist prisoner and president Lula da Silva. who was liberated from jail by his political friends in the Judicial System.

Bolsonaro was described as a top target of the Left heading into his 2022 re-election campaign.[1] The official results showed that former Socialist President, Lula da Silva won against Bolsonaro in the first round that was held on October 2, both candidates passed to the second round of October 30 in which the results also flipped in favor of Lula. President Bolsonaro picked general Walter Souza Braga Netto as Vicepresident candidate.[2] President Trump supported Bolsonaro in the election affirming that "has done a great job for the wonderful people of Brazil."[3] and that Bolsonaro will "never let you down" as well as that he is respected worldwide.

Bolsonaro's coalition won in the Congressional and State elections of October 2, winning the state of Sao Paulo and having the biggest right-wing majority in Congress in the history of Brazil.

Electronic voting system

The voting system in Brazil is totally electronic since 1996[4] with machines and not physical ballots, President Bolsonaro tried to reform it but the Judicial System blocked the reform alleging it wasn't possible to implement and the Congress supported it with 229 votes in favor against 218 against but that wasn't enough to reform the Constitution.[5][6][7]

Bolsonaro said that with physical ballots he wouldn't have questions about the voting system, and that the military should watch the voting process. "Accepting proposals from the Armed Forces, the chances of fraud are close to zero. If you have a security system for your home, will you accept it or not? Why don't other countries adopt this system? Can we no longer question? […] Where will this authoritarian escalation go? […] Clean and transparent elections should not be questioned anywhere. How much do I trust from 0 to 10 in the polls? I trust '10' in Paraguay, Colombia, Chile, France, which is the vote on paper. For the rest, we have to be concerned. […] I initially supported the electronic vote, then the printed vote. […] Parliamentarians like Simone Tebet, Roberto Requião, Ciro Gomes have already defended a printed vote. Now, am I wrong? I want transparency" said the President.[8][9][10][11][12] Smartmatic has signed into contracts with the TSE on other occasions only for the provision of data and voice connection services, and not for the development or operation of the electronic voting machine. In addition, the company participated in the bid for the manufacture of electronic voting machines for 2020, but lost to the company Positivo.

Campaign and Censorship

Alexandre de Morães, President of the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE).

During the campaign, the Bicentennial of the Independence of Brazil happen.[13][14] Neymar football player supported Bolsonaro.

The Supreme Electoral Court censored (in colaboration with Big Tech)[15] a lot of posts in support of President Bolsonaro in Social Media, alleging "Fake News" against Lula when calling him corrupt. The main counterweight to the power of President Jair Bolsonaro was the Supreme Federal Court of Brazil. Now many fear that the organism will become a threat.[16] The Supreme Electoral Court President, Alexandre de Morães, ordered the arrest of a conservative congressman, Daniel Silveira, center, after Silveira criticized Morães and other court judges.[17] In Brazil the institution that organizes elections is run by the Judicial Branch that has many judges introduced by the Worker's Party (PT).

Communications Minister Fábio Faria said that 154,085 paid radio campaign ads for Bolsonaro were not broadcast in Brazil from October 7-21, 2022.[18]

Alleged turnout

Brazil 2022 election.jpg

In both rounds of the election Bolsonaro started winning in the counting of the votes until the end in which the results started favoring Lula (very similar to what happend in the United States in 2020).[19][20][21]

Lula da Silva was proclaimed as the winner by the media, President Bolsonaro didn't object or say anything after the election even several hours later.[22][23][24] Alexandre de Morães, the President of the Supreme Electoral Court (Tribunal Superior Electoral, TSE) repeats that the elections are fair.

An statistic anomaly with a chance of 0% occurred on the difference of the votes between both candidates, when the difference was normal at first, since the 70% every update only added more votes to Lula than to Bolsonaro until the end of the count, this is explicit in the graphic that at first shows a normal difference with spikes and the lines become plain at the end.[25]

They did the same thing to Jair Bolsonaro as to Keiko Fujimori in Peru in 2016, where they both obtained a parliamentary majority but lost the Presidency. Bolsonaro's candidates won important State governorships such as Sao Paulo.[26]

Second round

In the Brazilian system the invalid votes are put in place by the machines when a candidate is not recognized, this sparked suspicion on how many valid votes were transformed into invalid. The invalid and blank votes could have made a different in the alleged result. The invalid and blank votes could have made a different in the alleged result as they combined are 5.7 million votes, more than the difference of 2.13 votes between the two candidates according to the official results.

Candidates Popular vote Percentage
Lula da Silva 60,345,999 50.90%
Jair Bolsonaro 58,206,354 49.10%
Total of votes 124,252,796 100%
Invalid votes 3,930,765 3.16%
Blank votes 1,769,678 1.43%
Valid votes 118.552.353 95.41%

Aftermath

Steve Bannon commented "It is not possible for the result of the electronic ballot boxes to be correct, it is necessary to audit ballot box by ballot box, even if this takes six months, during which time the president should not accept to leave", he also said that he knows that Bolsonaro and his family is hearing him.[27][28]

Protests and trucker strikes

Massive Anti Communist Protests calling for military federal intervention outside a military headquarter in Brazil after the 2022 election.
Brazilian patriots and Truckers calling for an audit from the Armed Forces in 2022.

Truckers went on strike in support of the protesters on 18 states and more than 26 highways after the results were published accusing electoral fraud.[29][30][31][32] The Brazilian Army supports Bolsonaro.[33]

The Brazilian people also started calling for a military federal intervention saying "Our flag will never be red!" and "Lula, thief, your place is prison".[34][35][36][37] A leftist harmed some Brazilian Patriots using his car to run over them.[38]

Foreign collusion

Biden, Macron and many globalists congratulated Lula da Silva, as well as some Hollywood climate lunatics like Leonardo Di Caprio, Mark Hamill, Barbra Streisand, George Takei and Mark Ruffalo.[39] Mainstream media like Deutsche Welle, Azteca Noticias and many other publicly called Bolsonaro a threat for the planet because of his policies related to the Amazon Rainforest.

Bolsonaro's statement

On November 1, 2022, almost two days after the results were shown, Bolsonaro said "I want to begin by thanking the 58 million Brazilians who voted for me. The acts of popular movement are the result of indignation and feelings of injustice about how the electoral process was conducted. Peaceful demonstrations will always be welcome, but the methods cannot be those of the left, which always preached the invasion of property, the destruction of patrimony. The right really emerged in our country, our robust representation in Congress shows the strength of our values, God, country, family and freedom. Our dream is more alive than ever, we are for order and progress.

Even facing the whole system we overcame a pandemic and the consequences of a war. I have always been labeled as antidemocratic and unlike my accusers I have always played within the four lines of the constitution. I have never spoken of controlling or censoring the media or social networks. As president of the Republic and as a citizen I will continue to fulfill all the commandments of our Constitution. It is an honor to be the leader of millions of Brazilians who, like me, defend the economic freedom, religious freedom, freedom of opinion, honesty, and the GREEN and YELLOW colors of our flag. Thank you very much."

After Bolsonaro's statement, the Minister of the Presidency, Ciro Nogueira, said he is responsible in the Government for the transition of power process, did refer to Lula as "president-elect". "Based on the law, we will start the transition process," Nogueira said.[40][41]

Audits

The most important private audit made is called Brazil Was Stolen.

Rumors were circulating that the military would do an audit of Brazil's elections,[42] however Bolsonaro didn't commented anything about an audit on his statement. The machines are made to not have much audit possibilities and also the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE) dependent of the Judicial System full of leftist judges opposes this initiatives. The Brazilian people also started calling for an audit by the Armed Forces.[43]

On November 4, a video made by the Argentinian Fernando Cerimedo (director of the newspaper "La Derecha")[44] about a private audit started circulating on internet, the video is called #BrazilWasStolen and can only be found in Alt Tech such as Odysee and Rumble. The main argument is that in all machines from to 2020 (audited) had more votes for Bolsonaro, while the machines made prior to the 2020 (non-audited, 2015 or prior) model have significantly less votes, the machines were compared in the same voting locations, explaining that neighbors that tend to vote similarly change the pattern in the base of the machines, something very unusual and that suggests human manipulation of electronic ballot machines. The audit used public and official datasets taken from the Tribunal Superior Eleitoral (TSE).[45]

"I see no explanation for Bolsonaro having zero votes in hundreds of polls", says the economist and former vice-presidential candidate for the candidacy of Soraya Thronicke, Marcos Cintra.[46]

On November 6 he made a second live responding to the accusations of the mainstream media and politicians.[47]

See also

References

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