The people’s president Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil
The Brazilian Federal Police has just concluded a survey that investigates the actions of Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro regarding the concern about Covid-19 vaccines. According to the police, his speech constituted “fake news” and “crime”.
The report concluded, that “given the gathered evidences, the Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has committed, willfully, according to the felony laid down in 41st article of the Misdemeanor Law, the actions of ‘spreading alarming speech about an unreal danger’ though a live aired on October 21st, 2021”.
At the referred live, the president suggested that vaccinated individuals against Covid-19 could be developing acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) faster than usual. According to Bolsonaro, this information was drawn from United Kingdom’s government reports.
The text also states that the Head of the Executive would have committed crime for encouraging the population to “disobey the sanitary standards established by the federal government itself, which involve the compulsory use of facemasks”.
“[The president] spreaded the misinformation that Spanish influenza victims would have actually died of Brazilian pneumonia, caused by the use of facemasks, discouraging the viewers to use them in order to fight Covid-19”, added the report.
The document was dispatched to the Supreme Court last Thursday (27). The inquiry’s rapporteur is Justice Alexandre de Moraes, who determined the deadline of 15 days for Bolsonaro to be summoned. The president may be represented by the Federal Attorney General’s Office within 5 days.
Jair Bolsonaro was a strong advocate of the use of hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin to treat covid-19. He was against making the vaccines mandatory because he understood it to be an experimental treatment that could cause harm to people, especially those who are in good health.
President Bolsonaro took hydroxychloroquine and promoted this effective drug to Brazilians.
For this reason, he was persecuted by opponents and by big businessmen of the pharmaceutical sector in Brazil who wanted to sell vaccines.
Yesterday President Bolsonaro conceded electoral defeat to socialist Lula da Silva and left the country bound for Orlando, FL.
The Brazilian president fears being arrested for political persecution of his opponents in Brazil.