The suspicion that Jair Bolsonaro knew that Senator Jorge Kajuru (Citizenship-GO) would divulge the conversation he had with him on Saturday (10) was reinforced in the STF (Supreme Federal Court) after it was found that, in 6 minutes and 20 seconds of a supposedly private chat, the President of the Republic did not speak bad words.
The first excerpts of the conversation were released on Sunday (11). Only a day later did Kajuru reveal the integrity of the dialogue. And then Bolsonaro appeared calling Senator Randolfe Rodrigues (Rede-AP) a “crap”.
LESS IS MORE
One swear word, however, was considered insufficient to dispel suspicions that the president controlled himself because he knew the conversation could be made public.
Bolsonaro is known for naturally using bad words.
The information that Senator Flávio Bolsonaro (Republicanos-RJ) will sue the Ethics and Parliamentary Decorum Council against Senator Jorge Kajuru (Cidadania-GO) after he divulged a conversation he had with Jair Bolsonaro was also seen as a scene game of the family of the President of the Republic: the parliamentary organ has not been in operation for almost two years.
The last meeting of the 15 senators who make up it was on September 25, 2019, when the collegiate was installed – and never met again.
with BRUNO B. SORAGGI, BIANKA VIEIRA e VICTORIA AZEVEDO
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