RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Allies of the Brazilian president, the far-right Jair Bolsonaro, complained on Monday about the sudden loss of thousands of his followers on Twitter, which reported that it conducted a routine procedure against suspicious accounts.
Federal Deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro, one of the president's sons, posted on his profile that he lost "about 15,000 followers on Twitter suddenly" and asked the government to draw up a decree to "end" what he called "abuses."
"Without any explanation to their customers, Big Tech do what they want and the fear is that in 2022 (presidential election year . . .