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Last night on live TV, @MichelTemer - who was installed as Brazil's President when Dilma was unjustly impeached in 2016 - finally called that impeachment (which he helped engineer) what it so obviously was: a "coup."
@MichelTemer The 2016 impeachment of the elected President Dilma - led by Brazil's most corrupt criminals - was the first step of Brazilian elites using anti-democratic means to achieve their goals (they wanted to install their center-right party that couldn't win, but got Bolsonaro instead).
@MichelTemer It was 2016 when @TheInterceptBr was created: largely as a reaction to our shock at how little debate and dissent was allowed over the question of Dilma's impeachment by its dominant media. Press freedom groups vehemently criticized them for it: rsf.org/en/news/brazil…
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