Posted in POLITICS on 01/18/2023 09:55 am
Justice Minister Flávio Dino went to the channels this Wednesday morning (18) to demand the retraction of a series of vile offenses voiced by a commentator and approved by the presenter and guests of the program “Boa tarde Brasil” broadcast in Guaíba becomes radio, from Porto Alegre.
During the live broadcast Boa tarde Brasil, one of the commentators, lawyer Luiz Antônio Beck, called Dino an “obese communist”.
“Dino is a total hypocrite because he’s a… nothing against obese people, but he’s an obese person. And an obese COMMUNIST isn’t enough. Three or four families could eat what he eats on a daily basis,” he shot supported by moderator Julio Ribeiro and the other guests.
In a tweet, Dino says he hopes to “retract” the fatphobic attack and undo the attorney, who was a candidate for Republican state representative in Rio Grande do Sul and a running mate for a vacancy in the Rio Grande do Sul convention is.
“I heard they made aggressive, biased and criminal comments against me on a radio station in RS. I await a retraction,” Dino tweeted.
“In any case, I predict that I do not envy the misery of the people who need a penal code, a code of ethics and a mirror,” added the minister.
incitement to terrorists
Luiz Beck, a staunch supporter of Jair Bolsonaro (PL), continues to call for terrorist attacks on his Facebook page to promote a coup d’état in the country.
On the last 15th he issued a publication calling for new acts of coup “when Naro Naro returns to the country” in reference to the return of the former president who had fled to the United States to avoid giving the position to Lula transfer.
“Something tells me that when NARO NARO returns to the country, people will INVIDE the streets again,” he wrote.
The gaucho Bolsonarist is one of the main propagators of the thesis that “infiltrators” were responsible for the destruction of the Planalto Palace, Congress and the headquarters of the Federal Court of Justice (STF).
Despite the attacks on Lula and government officials, Beck is still active in the separatist movement that wants to separate the three southern states from the rest of the country.