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WATCH: Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Confronts WHO Chief Tedros Adhanom; “People Are Dying After the Second Dose”


An interesting clip has surfaced from the G20 Summit in Rome.

In the video, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro presses WHO Chief Tedros Adhanom on several COVID-related topics.

-The economic impact of lockdowns

-People dying after taking the COVID-19 injections

-Children receiving the COVID-19 injections

-The WHO’s stance on vaccine passports

-The origins of the virus

Watch the exchange below:

Make note that WHO Chief Tedros Adhanom is another health official who admitted the COVID-19 jabs don’t stop transmission of the virus.

Adhanom stated the purpose of the injections is to prevent serious illness and death.

However, Bolsonaro emphasized, “In Brazil, many who got the 2nd dose are dying.”

It’s also critical to note that Adhanom mentioned the WHO does NOT recommend the COVID-19 jabs for children.

Yet, governments around the world continue administering the injections to young children and teenagers.

Bolsonaro referenced the media silencing criticism to the injections and the implications this has for the lives of children.

In response to Bolsonaro’s question about the origins of the virus, Adhanom chuckles and states, “we are still studying it.”

Summit News added this Bolsonaro tidbit:

Bolsonaro has long been skeptical of the vaccine and COVID-19 lockdown measures.

After arriving for the UN General Assembly in September, he was forced to eat pizza on the sidewalk because he is not vaccinated and therefore banned from indoor dining in New York.

Bolsonaro has repeatedly championed the drug hydroxychloroquine, asserting that, “If hydroxychloroquine hadn’t been politicized, a lot more lives could have been saved.”

The Brazilian President caught coronavirus himself in July 2020, but said he was able to recover quickly thanks to his past as an “athlete” in the army.

He also pointed to hydroxychloroquine as having aided his swift recovery.

Mainstream media coverage of the conversation is sparse.

However, outlets in several countries have noted the exchange.

Brazil’s Poder 360 reported:

In the dialogue, mediated by a translator, Bolsonaro cast doubts on social isolation measures, the obligation to have a vaccine passport and on the vaccination of children. He also criticized the judiciary, which, according to him, concentrated powers on governors and mayors and said he was accused of genocide for “politics”…


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