The spreasheet starts in the 70s and you can clearly see that since then deforestation has consistently decreased. Fear of what could be are just personal opinions, not backed up by numbers. The increase by 60% you are mentioning is ridiculously low comparing to previous decades to be worried about, and numbers are not supporting a rising trend back to 2004 or before. Actually it's too early to see any rising trend in numbers.According to the numbers on your spreadsheet above: the rate of deforestation in the Amazon was high and fluctuating before 2004, with a maximum of ~29,000 km2 per year in 1995. Then started a consistent decline which continued until 2012, which was a result of a very successful Brazilian conservation program. After 2012 the trend has reversed, and the rate of deforestation has increased 60% since its minimum. Under Bolsonaro, it's feared that the situation could go back to 2004 or worse.
Bolsonaro is not a threat, he just played at being lax about Amazon protection.
You should be happy that Amazon forest in not being damaged as they would want us to believe.