Brazil’s former president Jair Bolsonaro confirmed on Monday that he was hospitalized in Orlando (Florida) in the southeastern United States due to an intestinal “adhesion”.
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“Yesterday, I got a new grip,” said the former far-right leader on Twitter and Instagram, who suffered back-to-back stomach aches from a stabbing attack in September 2018, in the midst of a presidential campaign. .
He narrowly escaped death when he was stabbed in the gut by an unbalanced man while on a walk, and lost his manhood after the attack.
Tweeting a photo from her hospital bed in Orlando on Monday, she thanked her followers for their “prayers and wishes for a speedy recovery.”
Jair Bolsonaro has been hospitalized, his wife Michelle confirmed on Monday, a day after thousands of his supporters blockaded Brazil’s presidential palace, Congress and Supreme Court to protest his loss to leftist candidate Lula in the 2022 presidential election.
Six hours after the attacks, Bolsonaro finally paid lip service to condemning “desecrations and invasions of public buildings” while denying any responsibility when he accused Lula of encouraging “fascists”.
Jair Bolsonaro, who left Brazil for Florida two days before Lula’s inauguration on January 1, refused to hand over the presidential mantle to someone who could not digest victory.
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