As the Brazilian President, who calls himself a proud homophobe, was asked about the accusation of corruption his own son is facing, he chose the worst way ever to deviate people’s attention from it. “You have the terrible face of a homosexual, but that doesn’t mean I’m going to accuse you of being a homosexual… though that’s not a crime,” Bolsonaro said. At least the last phrase of his statement makes sense, but it still has nothing to do with the question about his son’s alleged corrupt activity. G1 reported that the President has already issued an official apology in which he admitted he was wrong and he should not have said so. “It’s just like football: up front, from time to time, you send your colleague to the [torture chamber], and then go out for a drink with him afterwards. Yes, I make a mistake. I should not have spoken,” he said, asking to give the offended journalist a kiss from him.