Sao Paulo’s current mayor, Joao Doria, was harshly criticized by former president Lula da Silva in a speech. The criminal who insists on playing politics to evade Justice finished his remarks by saying that whoever met Mr. Doria should ask him about his (blue) booklet of employment record, insinuating that Mr. Doria, a wealthy man in his own right, never worked. Right after these remarks, Mr. Joao Doria recorded the video above, calling Lulla da Silva a “coward” and a “liar”, besides being completely “misinformed.” Mr. Doria showed his booklet and went on to say that he started working when he was 13 years old. “I’ve done something for all my life that you seldom have had the chance to do — I have worked, I have done honest work. I am a decent man, I am different from you, Lulla. I’ve worked all my life to amass a moral standing that you do not possess, Lulla. My sons are proud of me because their father works. The father works, he does no steal, he is a decent man, he is a Brazilian.” Mr. Doria also told Lulla to get his act together and work on being well-informed.
In this video, I talk about the absurdity of wasting someone like Joao Doria, current mayor of Sao Paulo, as a viable presidential candidate, and also discuss the lack of drive on the part of the current president, Michel Temer — a man incapable of coming with something new, something bold, something that could make him a president to be remembered.
2017 has barely begun… and the Workers Party militants are feeling more outraged with Sao Paulo’s mayor Joao Doria dressing up as a street sweeper than with Minas Gerais’ governor Fernando Pimentel, from the Workers Party (of course!), being caugh on video while picking up his drunken son at a party using a government helicopter.
*”Petralha” is a derogative word widely used to describe any member of the Workers Party. It combines the words “petista” and “metralha”. The first is the usual description of a PT (Workers Party) member; the second relates to Disney characters Beagle Boys, or “Irmãos Metralha” in Brazilian Portuguese.