Under Lula’s Influence, PT Creates Evangelical Cluster to Attract Voters

According to Folha, as soon as he left the prison in Curitiba, the leftist would have told allies that the party needed to "learn from the pastors".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - At the request of former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, the Workers Party (PT) is creating an evangelical cluster in the states to try to access this slice of the electorate loyal to Jair Bolsonaro. The information was released on Sunday, January 5th by the newspaper Folha de S. Paulo.

According to Folha, as soon as he left the prison in Curitiba, the leftist would have told allies that the party needed to "learn from the pastors".

"They speak well and they say what people want to hear," would have said ex-prisoner Lula . . .

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