Reinaldo Azevedo

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Reinaldo Azevedo
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Personal details
Born José Reinaldo Azevedo e Silva
(1961-08-06) August 6, 1961 (age 55)
Dois Córregos, São Paulo
Nationality Brazilian
Profession Journalist, writer, radio host
Religion Roman Catholicism

José Reinaldo Azevedo e Silva (born August 19, 1961) is a Brazilian journalist, radio host and political commentator on TV. He writes regularly for the Brazilian newspaper Folha de S.Paulo and Veja magazine, hosts a radio show on Jovem Pan radio called Os Pingos Nos Is (English: Dotting the i's) and make political commentary on RedeTV! News. Azevedo's blog was listed in 2014 as one of the top ten political blogs in Brazil.[1] He has conservative political views and has criticized the political actions of the Workers' Party (Brazil) and its leader, the former president of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.

Political Views[edit]

Reinaldo Azevedo has positioned himself on the right of the political spectrum of Brazilian politics, being particularly skeptical of the Workers' Party. He has also criticized Dilma Rousseff, brazilian president currently facing a impeachment trial. Azevedo has also made comments claiming that global warming is a hoax.[2]


  1. ^ "100 Most Influential Blogs in Brazil - 2014 Edition". Retrieved 2015-06-04. 
  2. ^ "End of the hoax! The Spiritual leader of the so-called "global warming"". Retrieved 2016-01-15. (translated from portuguese to english) "...Of Course! Global Warming (or climatic change) is not even a theory. It is, or was, only an hypothesis. And it was debunked a long time ago. It just so happens that now, there is a multi-billionaire environmental industry profiting on this!"