Opinion by Michael Royster
São Paulo, SP – It is almost ritualistic for pollsters and pundits to analyze presidential performance and public opinion during a president's first 100 days in office; the Curmudgeon has been unable to resist the temptation.
For starters, a seemingly rhetorical question: "If you were President, would you delegate the choice of Education Minister to someone who maintains the earth is flat and who treats astrology as science?"
The Curmudgeon, not to mention everyone in Brazil, knows very well the question is not rhetorical. President Bolsonaro has clearly delegated to Olavo de Carvalho . . .