Jair Bolsonaro’s most loyal base will take to the streets this Sunday, 1st, in acts in some capitals of the country in defense of the printed vote in the 2022 elections. In Salvador, the protest was marked by criticism of the governor of Bahia, Rui Costa (PT ), and former mayor ACM Neto (DEM). There was also a quarrel between pocketnaristas and opponents of the president.
Protesters began to gather around Farol da Barra around 9 am. At the scene, a group asked for a prayer to Military Police soldier Wesley Soares, who died after being shot at the scene after shouting slogans and shooting into the air during a psychotic break.
The case generated reactions from pockets of profile against Rui Costa. At the time, they released the version that the PM had been shot down after refusing to obey orders from the state governor.
From the top of a ministry, protesters took turns defending the printed vote. One of the people was Porto Seguro’s health secretary, doctor Raíssa Soares, a well-known advocate of “early treatment” for covid-19.
Most of the time, she criticized the PT government and defended the treatment protocols against covid. ACM Neto, former mayor of Salvador and president of the DEM, was also not spared in the speeches of other protesters.
Around 11:00 am, the group started a walk to the Morro do Cristo, about a kilometer from the lighthouse. There were episodes of people demonstrating against the act. From the top of a building on Avenida Oceânica, a man held up a sign that read “Fora Bolsonaro”. The attitude was rejected by the protesters. Later, a woman shouted that she was widowed by the “little flu” and “Lula Livre” and was booed.
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