Twitter deletes Roberto Jefferson video for “threat of violence”

In the video, Roberto Jefferson appeared in which he appeared calling on the population to arm themselves to fight the “Satan who wants to close the church” | Photo: Reproduction | Social media

PTB’s national president, ex-deputy Roberto Jefferson, had a video removed from the social network Twitter, this Sunday, 4, in which he appeared calling on the population to arm themselves to fight the “Satan who wants to close the church”.

In the publication, dated last Friday, 2, the former deputy presented what he called an “anti-Satan kit”. In addition to a weapon, the politician displayed as part of the “kit” a hoe handle, a baseball bat and a whip. The video was accompanied by the message: “Anti-Satan kit: Communists who want to close churches must be exorcised.” Twitter reported that the publication violated the rules of conduct.

Condemned in the monthly allowance and recently an ally of President Jair Bolsonaro (without a party), Jefferson also suggested that Christians use a balaclava in the “hour when Satan arrives to close the church” because “he cannot breathe the air of Satan, in order not to get sick”. Despite recommending protection, the former MP uses social media to discourage preventive measures against the new coronavirus.

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