RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (Opinion) Anyone who thought that Jair Bolsonaro would be intimidated by the never-ending barrage of attacks and fabricated 'investigations' against him from Brazil's left-leaning top judiciary was proven wrong yesterday.
The president of Brazil said that the country would be a 'republiqueta' (a shadow of itself) without the work done in 21 years of military rule and reiterated his doubts about the process of presidential elections to be held on Oct. 2 in a new challenge to electoral justice.
"What would Brazil be without the work of the military government? It would be . . .