Bolsonaro, Flirting with Coup, Mentions “Military Intervention” against Supreme Court

As he attacks the Court, the President draws closer to Congress and offers the Prosecutor General - who is supposed to investigate him - a seat on Brazil's Supreme Court.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In open conflict with the country's Supreme Court and in the face of inquiries that target him and part of his most loyal militants, President Jair Bolsonaro, through his social media, has praised the possibility of a "punctual military intervention" into any of the three constitutional branches of government.

On Thursday afternoon, the President used social media to share an interview with the constitutional scholar Ives Gandra Martins . . .

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