Lula says Bolsonaro is grotesque, aggressive and offending women and blacksThe PT attacked Congressman in an interview with critic Pablo Vilhaça film.
With the growth the voting polls, Jair Bolsonaro (PSC-RJ) It became the subject of the former president attacks, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT). This time, the PT attacked Congressman in an interview with critic Pablo Vilhaça film, in Educational TV (TVE) from Bahia.
Lula is in the northeast caravan, only region in the country where the former president continues to receive strong support. In the other four regions, supporting the PT decreased considerably.
In the conversation appears Sunday (27), Lula said Bolsonaro, without mentioning the name of the competitor because, according to him, in policy does not cite the opponent name, It is a result of political illiteracy in Brazil.
Lula also said that Bolsonaro is a grotesque political, aggressive, that offends women and blacks. "There's a minimum of respect for people", He emphasized the man who led Brazil among 2003 e 2010.
The dispute between the two promises to be fierce up 2018, but Lula runs the risk of being ineligible if convicted on appeal in the case of the triplex Guarajá. The PT was sentenced by Federal Judge Sergio Moro, in the first instance, to nine years and six months in prison.
Bolsonaro posted this stretch of Lula interview in his official Facebook page and received the support of his followers, who attacked the former president.
"If Lula spoke it, is a sign that the Bolsonaro is an excellent choice ", said a netizen. "It means that only he knows everything? What result he left? Almost 14 million unemployed ", criticized other.
"Bolsonaro is homophobic, sexist and hate the poor. Said the former president who called Pelotas exporter city of fag, grelo hard woman, Northeastern dumb and praised (Adolf) Hitler. Almost is not hypocritical that left ", He recalled another follower of Congressman.
See the video:
– Lula: "Bolsonaro é o resultado do analfabetismo politico.". Via Carlos Bolsonaro
Posted by Jair Messiah Bolsonaro on Monday, August 28, 2017