The Receipts: Brazil Conservatives Present Election Fraud Catalogue and Call for International Investigation – Where is the GOP?
The Brazilian Conservative League in Europe presented their catalogue of Supreme Court abuse and election manipulation to AfD vice-speaker in the German Bundestag Beatrix von Storch Dec. 6 and asked for an international investigation. When will the Republican Party in the US wake up and support the Brazilian people in their fight against the Communist coup?
Meeting with South America expert Beatrix von Storch, the Chairperson of the “Liga Conservadora Brasil-Europa” Samia Sittel-Faraj voiced her concern over the future of democracy in Brazil, and the left-wing pro-Lula spin of all the Western mainstream media.
“The mainstream media’s refusal to report on the millions of pro-democracy protestors in Brazil is a danger to free speech, and to democracy itself”, von Storch said.
Sittel-Faraj presented von Storch with the “Berlin Charter”, a catalogue of voter suppression and election manipulation tactics used by the leftist Supreme Court and Superior Electoral Court in Brazil:
- Punishing “opinion crimes”, a crime that does not exist in Brazilian criminal law, bypassing the jurisdiction of Congress.
- Unconstitutional ban on publishing reasonable, professional criticism of the insecure and vulnerable Brazilian electoral process.
- Unlawful investigations that undermine the constitutional powers of the Attorney General and Justice Department in relation to opening, continuing and recording proceedings.
- Ignoring the Attorney General and Justice Department’s calls for opening and closing investigations.
- Opening court proceedings without respecting jurisdiction and jurisprudence.
- Obstruction of attorney access to clients and the legitimate and constitutional right to a full defense.
- Unconstitutional decisions without legal basis and against Brazilian law.
- Extralegal formation of a Federal Police group for the illegal execution of arrests and enforcement.
- Ignoring elementary constitutional norms when interpreting the law on the legal limits of the electoral system.
- Suppression of freedom of speech.
- Press censorship.
- Control of media and social networking content.
- Unlawful delegation of powers to fact-checking agencies – mainly left-wing ones, with bogus arguments, with the spurious aim of removing content and profiles from conservative social networks.
- Blocking and banning conservative profiles on social networks, including parliamentarians, supporters, journalists, businessmen, authorities and experts on constitutional law.
- Demonetarization of social media, with irreversible economic and social consequences and irreversible damage to their owners, to the detriment of the free exercise of honest labor, freedom of expression and the defense of democracy.
- Seizure of assets, resources, electronic devices and bank accounts from Brazilians “accused” of “anti-democratic” demonstrations without the right to due process.
- Restriction of free parliamentary work.
- Threatening to imprison citizens, parliamentarians, party members, journalists, businessmen and – amazingly – also legitimate authorities who dare to question the elections.
- Transforming the Supreme Court (STF) and Superior Electoral Court (TSE) into political instruments at the service of the opposition, with the aim of preventing the President of the Republic from exercising his legitimate right to govern as guaranteed by the Federal Constitution.
There have been three major reports documenting the problems with the Brazilian elections Oct. 2 and Oct. 30.
On November 4, the Argentine consultant Fernando Cerimedo documented how the pre-2020 voting machines used in the elections were non-auditable and had a 47% higher probability of containing votes for Lula da Silva than the newer 2020 machines. Many of these non-auditable machines contain 0 votes for Bolsonaro.
On November 8, the Brazilian Minister of Defense Paulo Sergio Nogueira released the legally required report on the elections, finding that “it is not possible to affirm that the electronic voting system is free from the influence of malicious code that could alter its operation.“ The military report found evidence of “access to the network during the compilation of the source code“ that could represent “a major risk to the security of the process“.
On November 22, the Liberal Party (PL) head Valdemar Costa Neto submitted a Technical Report on the Malfunctioning of Electronic Ballot Boxes to the Superior Electoral Court (TSE), pointing out “serious and irremediable” inconsistencies in the functioning of part of the electronic voting machines. “The only votes that can be considered valid, verifiable and auditable, in the second round of the 2022 election, are those resulting from the 2020 model voting machines,” argues the party. The PL found that only the 2020 model voting machines were reliable, which showed a percentage of 51.05 % of the vote for President Jair Bolsonaro.
Samia Sittel-Faraj asked for an international investigation of the Brazil elections.
**By Richard Abelson