Military Deploy in Brazil – GO TIME?


As President Bolsonaro met with military leaders at a ceremony to promote new generals in Brazil on Thursday, military trucks were seen mobilizing there. According to Brazil watcher Matt Tyrmand, martial law will be enacted next week. Twitter may have influenced the Brazilian elections, according to Elon Musk.

On December 2, journalist Matthew Tyrmand informed Steve Bannon, “I have sources on the ground saying that the reservists are being activated right now, starting yesterday in smaller and mid-size cities,” “You can already see videos of tanks being transported to strategic points and chokeholds around the country. I think by next Wednesday or Thursday, (the Generals) are going to put a letter in front of Bolsonaro and say, sign this and activate us. We believe we have to act right now, according to the constitution, and go after these (voting) machines, arrest these judges, and then the house of cards will fall.”

Millions of Brazilians have been pleading with the Army to step in in accordance with Article 142 of the Brazilian Constitution to prevent Communist felon Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva from taking office with support from the CCP and drug gangs.

Unconfirmed reports suggest that military soldiers have been stationed in cities.

While heavy armor is typically piggybacked in videos, some depict fully manned and battle-ready APCs.

The Brazilian people will undoubtedly support the military if it deploys to stop the theft by convicted felon Lula da Silva. Since the massive protests against the rigged all-digital elections on October 30 by millions of Brazilians, no Lula supporters have been spotted for a month.

According to three different sources, a number of the voting machines cannot be checked, making it impossible to verify the results of the polls. The pro-Lula Electoral Court’s refusal to provide the machines’ source code prevented the military audit mandated by law from being conducted. Lula da Silva is a convicted felon who was sentenced to two years in prison for corruption in the significant “Car Wash” incident before the charges were dropped by his own Supreme Court nominees, allowing him to run.