Polzo Show: Lula sings “Lies”


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In the fifth episode, I repeat the question I recently asked in the form of a chronicle, but for which I haven’t found an answer yet: if Bolsonaro is not the ideal president (and is not), who would it be? Then, also echoing a text that you have probably already read and with which you may have even been thrilled, I address the issue of the intellectual formation of our judges, from Moro to Fachin, but not only them. Finally, in the musical part, Imitador Misterioso incorporates Lula to sing a parody of “Mentiras”, a hit from the 1990s, a cappella. in the voice of Adriana Calcanhoto.

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