Brazil News and Views: Brazilian Artist Sketches Inauguration, Gets Surprise of Her Life

Gisele Daminelli is a Brazilian artist who likes to post her sketches on Twitter. She is also an unabashed fan of newly-elected president Jair Bolsonaro. So when election time rolled around, she sketched some of the more touching moments and posted them online:

Translation: Some day maybe I’ll have grandchildren, and I’ll tell them about this memorable day.

Here’s the scene she memorialized:

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Not bad, right?

There’s more! One of the most unforgettable moments of the inauguration was the speech given, in sign language, by Jair Bolsonaro’s wife, Michelle.

And the actual moment…

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This was followed by what had to be one of the most romantic moments of any inauguration, anywhere, anytime.

It really happened…

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There was still one more touching moment, Bolsonaro met his mother backstage…

The real-life moment…

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As time went on, Gisele’s work spread over the Twitter-sphere. Then this happened…

Translation: Thanks for the beautiful drawings, and congratulations for the talent, Gisele.

In case you missed it, that tweet was from President Jair Bolsonaro himself.

Her response was predictably…enthusiastic.

Translation: People!!!!! No words…No words…

And, according to her, this condition lasted for a while…

Son – Hey Dad, what happened to Mom?

Dad – I don’t know, she’s been that way since yesterday.

Her hometown TV station even did a profile…

We get the impression we will be seeing a lot more of her work in the days to come.

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