With 93% reporting Socialist criminal Lula Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is poised to be elected the new Brazilian president, defeating populist incumbent Jair Bolsonaro.
Spanish Publinews reported:
The leftist former president had 50.46% of the votes, compared to 49.54% for the far-right president.
The latest survey by the Datafolha Institute predicted a narrow result, with 52% of the voting intentions for former President Lula compared to 48% for President Bolsonaro.
In the first round, the polls underestimated the potential of Bolsonaro, who finally finished behind only by five points (43%-48%).
The 67-year-old president has sent mixed messages about whether he will recognize the results in the event of defeat. On Friday he assured that he will do it: “Whoever has the most votes, he wins.”
The Brazilian election is run by machines.
The red flags pointed to Benford’s Law.
Matthew Tyrmand explains on GETTR.
🚨🚨🚨 BREAKING: Forensic Experts Suggest Mathematical “Red Flags” In First Round of Brazilian Presidential Election, Cites Benford’s Law
— Matthew Tyrmand (@MatthewTyrmand) October 30, 2022
The Socialist-Marxists are now in charge of the entire continent in South America. Good luck.