Meet Jair Bolsonaro. If current polls are any indication of the future, Brazil's next president might be a pro-gun, pro-life, pro-liberty, pro-property rights, pro-free-market firebrand who hopes to lead a counter-revolution against Brazil's powerful communist machine. As in the United States with Donald Trump, the establishment media despises this candidate, and often lies about him. As in the United States with Trump, the Brazilian leader defies the politically correct speech and thought codes promulgated by self-declared elites. And as in the United States, this grassroots uprising is driving the establishment and the left absolutely bonkers. But unlike in the United States, where virtually every poll showed Trump's opponent in the lead, Brazilian polling shows this candidate has more than twice as much public support as his nearest competitor.
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