Bongbong Marcos has this to say on martial law accusations: History will speak for itself, saying there are two different kinds of people who asks questions: those who pose sincere and honest questions, while those who are simply prejudiced. Meaning to say, there are people who ask the question to attack you. So no matter what you say, it won’t make a difference because they just don’t like you, anyway,” Marcos said, according to CNN.
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Leni Robredo Is Really Worried Now
Bongbong Marcos keeps his silence when it comes to Vice President Leni Robredo’s accusations. Her subconscious already knew what will happen to her. She might wake up one day and no longer V.P. like a thief in the night. She is indeed one pitiful woman!
Martial Law Victims?
Better ask former Vice President Jejomar Binay who was a humanitarian lawyer representing alleged martial law victims. Why did he endorse Bongbong Marcos instead to replace him as V.P? His actions speak for itself.
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Bongbong Marcos’ Hope
“After the political cycle is done… it is a must to set aside politics and move on. Think about what should be done on how to achieve, how we can all work together to come up with solutions to the country’s problems… To be able to move the country forward,” said Marcos.