Bolsonaro accuses Brazil’s electoral court of “cowardice” for possibly shutting down Telegram

Brazil's electoral court is trying everything it can to impose its official narrative by limiting and controlling the information available to the public and removing any instrument that does not comply with their demands.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Thursday, January 27, Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro accused the country's highest electoral authority of "cowardice" for considering the possibility of banning the messaging app Telegram, the leading social media channel he uses to communicate with his followers.

Brazil's Superior Electoral Court (TSE) is considering banning Telegram . . .

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