Covid’s CPI in 10 memes: best (worst) moments of

There is a saying that everyone knows how a CPI starts, but no one knows how it ends. Covid’s Parliamentary Inquiry Commission, however, has already given some certainty to the Brazilian population.

The first was the findings about alleged corruption schemes involving private companies and the Ministry of Health, in addition to the impacts of the federal government’s denial.

But what will also remain in the annals of the internet are the best (or would they be the worst?) moments of the commission, which have fallen in favor of internet users on social networks. Remember some of these moments:

Renan’s Funk

When the CPI started, the expectations for senator Renan Calheiros (MDB-AL), who opposes the government, were high. There was even funk.

Kátia Abreu “sawed”

A speech by senator Kátia Abreu (PP-TO) to former Foreign Minister Ernesto Araújo led internet users to a profusion of memes. During the testimony, Abreu stated that Araújo is a “compulsive denialist” and was “a compass for chaos” at the head of the agency. And he said, “Are you enjoying my talk?”

You must know the difference between a protozoan and a virus

Do you know the difference between a protozoan and a virus? It seems that Dr. Nise Yamaguchi, a supporter of President Jair Bolsonaro, doesn’t know.

No book will be sold here!

When businessman Carlos Wizard broke the silence at the CPI to advertise his own book, President Omar Aziz (PSD-AM) didn’t let him.

Tortoise does not climb trees

“In our region, a sucker’s hat is a sledgehammer and a tortoise does not climb trees. Either it was a flood or it was a hand of people.” You already know whose fateful phrase it is, right?

A penis at Fiocruz’s door

Senator Randolfe Rodrigues (Rede-AP) reproduced an audio by Mayra Pinheiro, known as Capitã Cloroquina, in which she claims that there was a penis at the door of the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz). Afterwards, he asked at what moment there was a male reproductive device in front of the foundation, causing confusion in President Omar Aziz:

“No, she said tennis.” And the Captain replied: “No, sir. There was an inflatable object at the entity’s door. This is a statement”.

The day Heinze fell on Mia Khalifa’s fake news

During Covid’s CPI, Senator Luis Carlos Heinze (PP-RS) commented on a study by the company Surgisphere, published in The Lancet, condemning the use of chloroquine in the treatment against covid-19. Among the company’s employees was a porn actress.

“Researchers began to investigate and found that the sales manager of Surgisphere was, amazingly, ladies and gentlemen who are here, senators, the sales manager of Surgisphere was a porn actress. A porn actress. Nothing against her,” he said. the senator.

On social networks, many people attributed the story to former porn actress Mia Khalifa… Until the controversy reached the former actress and reverberated among senators.

The duo Randolfe & Aziz

And when Senator Randolfe Rodrigues pulled President Omar Aziz into a pawn:

Omar Aziz: “I never the [Bolsonaro] I called a genocide”
Randolfe Rodrigues: “Did you call it what?”
“Genocide”
“From what?
“Genocide”
“I never said that you used to crack in your office”
“Did what, President?”
“Split”
“That practice of splitting advisors’ salaries?”
“That”

“Go to the fifths then!”

Not even President Omar Aziz could stand it. In a fight between senators Jorginho Mello (PL-SC) and Renan Calheiros, the first one let out a “Go to the fifths, then!”. But then the reporter replied: “Go your excellency with the president and Luciano Hang”, and Mello couldn’t take it.

La Casa de Papel at the CPI?

During the testimony of Danilo Trento, the alleged ghost owner of Need Medicines, the president of the CPI, Omar Aziz (PSD-AM) mocked the Berlin company, which has a relationship with Primarcial, of which Trento is a partner.

“Isn’t Berlin a character from La Casa de Papel?”

“This is the Berlin that Dr. Danilo knows. But, the bank robbery, only in that it has similarity”, answered senator Randolfe Rodrigues (Rede-AP).

Edition: Leandro Melito

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