But according to several videos that have been posted to social media, there are other similarities as well: Those videos appear to show a stunning parallel between the deep-state-induced riot at the U.S. Capitol Building on Jan. 6, 2021 -- which Trump opponents used to go after his supporters and his Republican Party -- and similar protests taking place in Brazil, as reported by Revolver News.
"When you disenfranchise people enough, they will eventually rise up and fight back. And that’s what’s happening right now in Brazil; as thousands of angry Bolsonaro supporters stormed Congress," the outlet reported this week.
According to the UK's Daily Mail, Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, playing the 'deep state globalist' card, reacted similarly to Democrats in the U.S. after the Capitol incident. He branded them "vandals and fascists" with "scenes being similar to that of Trump supporters January 6 take-over."
The outlet continued:
The supporters of far-right ex-President Jair Bolsonaro invaded the Congress building, the Supreme Court, presidential palace and are calling for the military to overthrow current President Luiz Inacio.
Left-wing veteran Inacio has only been in power for a week, after being inaugurated a week ago as supporters of the former president claim the election was stolen.
And now, of course, Brazilian government officials are now vowing to hunt down anyone involved in the protest at the Congress, like Democrats did in the U.S., even going so far as to imprison dozens of Trump supporters for more than a year without allowing them to bail themselves out or scheduling a trial.
"The new communist government will probably take a page out of the Biden regime’s playbook and turn their own citizens into political prisoners," Revolver News reported.
The Daily Wire made the connection as well:
According to President da Silva, all of the rioters will be identified and punished for their actions – as well as pledging to find those who have paid for the movement.
United States President Joe Biden’s administration condemned the attacks, with Secretary of State Anthony Blinken calling the protests ‘attacks on Brazil’s Presidency, Congress, and Supreme Court’ in a Tweet Sunday afternoon.
"Using violence to attack democratic institutions is always unacceptable. We join @lulaoficial in urging an immediate end to these actions," he added.
URGENTE: Invasores quebram vidraças da chapelaria do Congresso e invadem a Câmara dos Deputados. Extremistas já estão no Salão Verde e nos anexos do prédio. Também houve invasão ao Palácio do Planalto. Presidente Lula não está no local. pic.twitter.com/lP91pLqTuf
— Renato Souza (@reporterenato) January 8, 2023
President Joe Biden, right on cue from his handlers, also chimed in, claiming "it’s outrageous" when he was asked about the Brazilian situation during his sanitized first trip to the U.S.-Mexico border he made chaotic.
It's likely that Brazilians were coaxed into entering the Congress building by government agitators like Trump supporters were, as noted by J. Michael Walling, an expert in spotting false flag events. He noted in a first-hand account of the Capitol 'riot' on Jan. 6 in a column for The Federalist just a week after the incident that he was certain cadres of deep state agitators were responsible for whipping the crowd into action:
The globalist left operates from the same play book, as we have seen in the U.S. and Brazil in just the past couple of years. That's how counterrevolution is launched.