After a tight race, Luiz Inacio "Lula" da Silva will become the next president of Brazil. The far-left former Brazilian president won 50.83 percent of the vote, with over 98 percent of votes counted in the extremely tight run-off election on Sunday. Incumbent Jair Bolsonaro won 49.17 percent of the vote, compared to 50.83 by Lula da Silva, who was convicted in 2017 for money laundering though a court threw out his conviction in March 2021.
"He cannot concede, impossible," Steve Bannon said of the results. "Screw Biden, screw the State Department, screw the CIA, f*ck 'em." He said that "we have to outvote the machines, we have to be in the counting room... This is why we need people to get out the vote, force multiplier."