Opinion: What Anti-Temer Protests Show of Brazilians

Temer has to go, but most of those protesting Sunday were actively undermining the bigger corruption fight or they're useless idiots.

Opinion by Jeb Blount

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – I’ve rarely been as depressed about Brazil’s future as I was watching the giant Brazil-wide protests May 30th against Brazilian President Michel Temer.

On the surface at least, the rallies were a popular call for the removal of an obviously corrupt president and a damned good reason to forego a quiet Sunday for an angry march.

The outrage at Temer follows the Supreme Court’s release . . .

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