Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro received a warm welcome from supporters of his administration as he visited a pizzeria in Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro. Walking in the streets on Thursday, Bolsonaro was stopped by supporters who wanted to take photos with him. The former conservative president graciously obliged and even engaged in conversations with his ardent admirers.
In an attempt to share the experience with his followers, Bolsonaro posted a video of the moment on his social media accounts. The video captures one supporter asking Bolsonaro for a photo that he intends to send to his wife, a request that was gladly fulfilled by the former president himself.
Another video surfaced on social media, showing Bolsonaro at a local bakery, where he surprised the employees with his presence and down-to-earth nature. He visited the bakery to purchase bread and sweets and was once again met with requests for photos from the people present.
The following day, Bolsonaro enjoyed some time at a beach in Barra da Tijuca. The marks of the stab wound he had suffered during the 2018 electoral campaign were still visible, serving as a reminder of the challenges he had faced. Swimmers who spotted Bolsonaro on the beach expressed their admiration for his government and voiced their eagerness for him to return as the leader of Brazil, while expressing contempt for the socialist government of Lula da Silva.
Currently on vacation in Rio de Janeiro, Bolsonaro is residing in his home in Barra da Tijuca. However, he has ambitious plans to travel to various cities across Brazil to kickstart his mayoral and councilor campaign for the 2024 elections. Bolsonaro aims to elect around 1,000 mayors throughout the country.
It is clear that Bolsonaro’s popularity remains strong among his supporters, who continue to appreciate his conservative policies and leadership. As he engages with people during his vacation and actively prepares for future campaigns, Bolsonaro is likely to energize his base of supporters and shape the political landscape in Brazil for years to come.
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