Pro-Gun, Pro-Family Nationalist Could Become Brazil's Next PresidentChris Menahan
Sep. 29, 2017
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A hugely popular pro-gun, pro-family, "far-right" traditionalist and nationalist may become Brazil's next president.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - He is anti-gay, pro-gun and warns that China is taking over Brazil. And with one year to go before Brazil’s presidential election, right-wing Congressman Jair Bolsonaro is running second in opinion polls.That's how you know he's good.
Democracy has failed Brazil and is vastly overrated.
A seven-term congressman, Bolsonaro is emerging as the law-and-order and anti-corruption candidate for the October 2018 vote. His support is fed by a surge in violent crime and Brazil’s worst-ever graft scandal, which has implicated much of the political class, including President Michel Temer.
He's got Trump's sense of humor.
Reuters reports he wants to make it so any citizen who wants to can get a gun and move towards making the US Brazil's top trading partner:
If elected, Bolsonaro’s priority in foreign affairs would be to strengthen ties with Washington, especially with Trump in the White House. He would aim to make the United States Brazil’s main trade partner, a position it lost to China in 2009.
The fire rises.
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