Brazil was watching Canada; now they’re freezing bank accounts and threatening children
Last Thursday, in a page from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's playbook, Brazil's Federal Supreme Court Judge Alexandre de Moraes ordered the freezing of protesters' bank accounts -- to include individuals, truckers and the companies they work for. Why? Because of "repeated abuse of the right to assemble."
On Sunday, another disturbing
report emerged that Brazilian Justice Inspector, Minister Luis
Felipe Salomao had "signed an order allowing child services to take children
away from election protesters." According to the War Room,
"The Public Ministry, Guardianship Council, and auxiliary bodies have been
assigned to "protect the children," removing them from the protests and their
parents' custody when they deem necessary."
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