In latest advertisement, Bolsonaro exalts Brazilian homeland

In the last electoral propaganda of the 2022 elections, the president and candidate for reelection Jair Bolsonaro (PL) extolled the Brazilian homeland and economic management during the covid-19 pandemic. The program aired this Friday, the 28th.

“As far as the economy is concerned, we did what was necessary”, declared the Chief Executive. “We created programs and plans so that millions of jobs would not be destroyed. We also created an emergency aid of R$ 600. We still managed to bring fuel prices down.”

The president also highlighted that he “speaks bad words, but is not a thief”, apologized for his “handsomeness” and attacked Lula (PT), candidate for the Presidency. “The other candidate speaks softly, but he winds people up,” said the campaign announcer. “He was convicted, arrested and we never saw him apologize. On the contrary, he says he is the most honest soul in the country.”

Brazilian stars were also not left out of Bolsonaro’s latest program. Famous as the singer Gusttavo Lima; Bruno (from the duo Bruno&Marrone); and soccer player Neymar Jr; appeared in support of the president.

“Our anthem is the most beautiful in the world,” Bolsonaro said. “He unites us all in moments of joy where we must fight for our homeland. Our freedom above all.”

Then, the National Anthem is recited by people representing Brazilian diversity. Ordinary citizens who are proud of their homeland. “Hope moves us. Faith unites us. Thank you very much to all of you. Brazil above all, God above all”, concludes the President of the Republic Jair Messias Bolsonaro.

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