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The military mobilizes in Brazil

Tanks and troops are being mobilized in Brazil, and a military takeover appears imminent.

"Martial law will probably be imposed next week," says Brazil observer Matt Tyrmand. The leftist pro-Lula media is keeping quiet about the largest pro-democracy demonstrations in world history.

"I have sources on the ground who say since Thursday, reservists have been called up in small and medium-sized towns," journalist Matthew Tyrmand told Steve Bannon Dec. 2.


"There are already videos online of tanks being transported to strategic points around the country. I think by next Wednesday or Thursday (the generals) will present Bolsonaro with an authorization letter: Give the order to intervene according to the Constitution article. Then they will investigate the voting machines and arrest the corrupt judges, and then the house of cards will collapse."

In videos on GETTR and Twitter, tanks, howitzers, military trucks and buses can be seen traveling throughout the country.

Three different investigations have found that Brazil's elections cannot be verified because the all-digital voting machines cannot be checked and are not secure against tampering.

Digital voting machines have been banned in Germany since 2008 by the Federal Constitutional Court because they are so susceptible to manipulation.

The Supreme Court, which is made up of Lula judges, has so far refused any examination of election irregularities, and has refused to release the source codes of the voting machines.

The Supreme Court also removed the criminal record of Bolsonaro opponent Lula da Sulva, who served two years in prison for corruption and should not be allowed to run.

In addition, the chief justices have threatened to imprison Brazilians who take to the streets for democracy and take away their children.


Chief Justice Alexandre de Moraes

Leftist Chief Justice Alexandre de Moraes wants Defense Minister General Paulo Sérgio Nogueira deposed.

Over 3 million Brazilians demonstrated on Republic Day in the capital Brasilia alone. Since then, the protests have not stopped.


They are probably the largest pro-democracy protests in world history. The left-wing pro-Lula media have remained silent.

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