Brazilian Truckers Revolt Over Rigged Leftist Election

After Brazil’s rigged leftist election, the drug traffickers won, the eco-terrorists won, the narco-socialists won, Iran won, the Communists won, Glenn Greenwald won (but I repeat myself,) Communist China won, and the socialists are back in power…

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Not everyone is automatically taking the results  lying down:

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Truckers and other protesters on Monday blocked some highways in Brazil in an apparent protest over the electoral defeat of far-right President Jair Bolsonaro to leftist Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, authorities said.

Burning tires, as well as vehicles such as trucks, cars and vans were blocking several points in the central-western agricultural state of Mato Grosso, which largely supports Bolsonaro, reported the company which manages the highway in the state.

It was not immediately clear if the protests were being organized by a particular group. Brazil has a powerful, loosely organized truckers’ movement that is heavily pro-Bolsonaro.

Local media reported road blockages in at least five other states, including Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.

While the Biden regime and other leftist governments are rushing to congratulate Lula, the anti-American leftist who claims to have won the election, a lot of people in Brazil are continuing to fight:

Pro-Bolsonaro lorry drivers started setting up roadblocks across the vast country soon after the election results were announced.

By Monday night, the federal highway police reported 342 such incidents, with the biggest protests going on in the country’s south. Some of the blockages were later cleared by police.

Many lorry drivers have benefited from lower diesel costs during the Bolsonaro administration.

By Monday night, the federal highway police reported 342 such incidents. 342 is really impressive:

In his victory speech soon after the results were made public, Lula, 77, touched on the political rift running through Brazil which further deepened during a bitterly fought and often acrimonious election campaign:

“This country needs peace and unity. This population doesn’t want to fight anymore,” he said, promising to govern for all Brazilians and not just for those who had voted for him.

A lot of people are not ready to surrender to Lula’s resurrected Communist regime. ✪

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