Reckless policies are to blame for Brazil’s high death toll: 5 essential reads
GETTR CEO Jason Miller, a former adviser to Donald Trump, on Wednesday, explained why he had been detained in Brazil after attending the Conservative Political Action Conference.
One day before he was detained in Brazil, Jason Miller talked up a “Stop the Steal”-like assault on Brazil’s democratic institutions as “like going to the biggest fourth of July party you have ever seen … I love these people.”
Former Trump spokesman Jason Miller’s detention for three hours in Brazil is almost certainly connected to his support for a pro-Bolsonaro, anti-democratic insurrection there a la the January 6th insurrection here.
Bolsonaro is the latest world leader to be struck with COVID after denying how dangerous it is.
It's also creating an international dispute.
Ali Velshi focused on the politics of deforestation in Brazil's rain forest, and the impact of the Amazon fire on the world's wildlife, water, and air.
150 years after defeated Confederates settled in Brazil, the culture is still strong there.
A week later, 64 percent of the patients who had received ayahuasca still felt that their depression had eased. Just 27 percent of those in the placebo group showed such effects.
Now he's blaming the person who tried to prevent the problem? Sounds like a Republican.
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