Electoral court President Barroso threatens to suspend Telegram: Brazil is not a place where just anything can be said

Many observers say that Barroso, an avowed enemy of Jair Bolsonaro, actually wants to ensure that the Bolsonaristas are significantly disrupted early in their ability to organize in Brazil's 2022 presidential election and that he is selling this political play under the guise of "saving democracy."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Supreme Court (STF) Justice and Superior Electoral Court (TSE) President Luís Roberto Barroso again commented on the suspension of Telegram in Brazil. "I think that a platform, whatever it is, that doesn't want to submit to Brazilian laws should simply be suspended," he said in an interview with O Globo newspaper.

"Brazil is not a place where just anything can be said for apps that apologize for Nazism . . .

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