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Atty. Glenn Chong Addresses Supporters’ Election Complaints Unanimous with IT Experts’ Stand

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By: Elena Grace Flores
Senate hopeful, Atty. Glenn Chong storms the temporary Comelec headquarters in Pasay City on election day. He said that he lost his votes in six areas during the mid-term election. This includes his hometown, Biliran. Chong immediately acts out according to the complaints of his supporters. He’s currently out of the magic 12 at number 30 as per the initial unofficial tally.





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Anomalies in 6 Areas

Chong said that his voters received their voter’s receipts without his name on the paper. Other voters in Las Piñas had the same experience like Senator Cynthia Villar who outruns Senator Grace Poe in the number one spot. This takes place in the cities and provinces of Cagayan, Biliran, Manila, Iloilo, Batangas and Cagayan de Oro according to reports.



Possible Mistakes

Senatorial candidate Cynthia Villar said that her voter’s receipt did not match her actual voting list on Monday, May 13. In an interview, Villar said she was surprised when she saw a certain name of a candidate she didn’t vote in her voter’s receipt. However, the top senatorial bet admits that there is a possibility that she made a mistake while shading the oval of her ballot. This may not be the cases in Chong’s voters.



Undisclosed Details on the Election Complaints

“We are only going to say the places because I want the Comelec to come out first with the data,” he said. Chong meets with Comelec officials exclusively. Comelec pokesperson James Jimenez asks him to file an official complaint. Chong said his camp now drafts the letter and submits it to the poll body a day after the election.



Delayed Canvassing

The IT Community says that Comelec is the most unqualified operator of the Automated Election System. While Smartmatic is the grossly incompetent contractor for the past 4 elections. They warn the public that data tampering is now on-going. This is due to non-update on Comelec official website and the posting on mainstream media is only at 0.40%. Another Senatorial bet, Tito Casiño spearheads this via social media which is unanimous to Chong’s election grievance.



Message to Chong

Defeats are not necessarily the end of an advocacy. In most cases, it is the beginning. Doors are opened to him. Connections are made. Exposures continue. As a clean election advocate, he can very well serve the country using his own credentials. He did not become an accountant, attorney, and IT expert for nothing. The fight for the people must go on despite the loss in the Senatorial race.



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Congratulations to Senator Imee Marcos

Senator Imee Marcos




By: Elena Grace Flores

The youth and OFW votes certainly helped one Senator Imee Marcos in the recent May 13, 2019, mid-year election. These are on top of the loyalists’ votes. She’s also one of the INC’s endorsees. Her various alliances are also to her advantage. In earlier reports, the outgoing Ilocos Norte governor is the number one bet in Hongkong. Other overseas precincts follow suit. Now, ground election watchers report that she definitely bags one of the 12 Senate seats. Marcos is number 7 in the unofficial results at closing time. Although it is alarming that in the early hours of May 14, there are reports that she slides slightly down to the  8th spot.  However, Comelec spokesman, James Jimenez said that the official announcement of the winners can take up to 2 weeks.






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Unity Knows NO Boundaries

The Fariñas and Marcos clans are allies once again. A week after before the elections, Ilocos Norte 1st District Representative Rudy Fariñas said he supports the senatorial bid of his former rival, Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos. This was after he withdraws his gubernatorial bid versus, Marcos’ son, Matthew Manotoc.



Survey Ranking Just Before the Election

1. Cynthia Villar: 55.9%, 1st
2. Grace Poe: 46.7%, 2nd to 3rd
3. Taguig City Representative Pia Cayetano: 45.%, 2nd to 4th
4. Former presidential aide Bong Go: 42.%, 3rd to 7th
5. Former senator Bong Revilla: 39.5%, 4th to 8th
6. Senator Lito Lapid: 38.5%, 4th to 9th
7. Former Bureau of Corrections chief Ronald dela Rosa: 37.9%, 4th to 9th
8. Senator Juan Edgardo Angara: 36.3%, 5th to 10th
9. Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos: 34.1%, 6th to 14th
10. Senator Nancy Binay: 32.8%, 8th to 15th
11. Senator Koko Pimentel: 31.7%, 9th to 15th
12. Senator JV Estrada Ejercito: 31.2%, 9th to 15th
13 Former senator Jinggoy Estrada: 30.8%, 9th to 15th
14. Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino IV: 30.6%, 9th to 15th
15. Former presidential adviser Francis Tolentino: 28.9%, 10th to 15th



Hongkong Slot is Guaranteed

In a series of daily updates by the founder of Marcos Loyalists in Hong Kong, Iron Rock shows Imee Marcos’ lead in the Senatorial election race. She guarantees the position of Imee Marcos in the Senate in the island. However, this may not be the same as the nationwide results. Although her inclusion is quite predictable.



Controversy on Marcos’ Party

The Comelec, last May 8, accredits parties that are in alliance with President Rodrigo Du30 as the dominant majority and dominant minority parties in this year’s elections. The President’s party, PDP-Laban, was named the dominant majority party while the Villar-led Nacionalista Party was made the dominant minority party. They are both pro-administration groups that many opposition stalwarts opposed.



The Comelec’s Difficulty

The Commission on Elections made a dozen of arrests after it launches a task force against vote buying. But the poll body’s new citizens arm says several factors would make it difficult to file cases against them. Despite the efforts of Marcos’ detractors, she still went through.



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Betraying Allies? Not her Style: Imee Marcos Reacts on Detractors’ Demolition Job Strategy against Her

Imee Marcos




By: Elena Grace Flores

Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos denies the allegation that she is behind the spread of sample ballots which suggests a solo vote for her. Marcos said the sample ballots are the handiwork of her “detractors.” She comments that she is not the type who betrays allies. In fact, she supports many other Senatorial candidates namely; Atty. Glenn Chong, Atty. Larry Gadon, Bong Go, Bato plus other members of Hugpong ng Pagbabago, Nacionalista Party and the rest of administration bets.




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Imee Marcos is a Major Supporter of the President

The daughter of the late President Ferdinand Marcos is part of a group of senatorial candidates under the regional slate Hugpong ng Pagbabago. Davao City Mayor Sara Du30-Carpio chairs it. Marcos is also a guest candidate in the personal lineup of President Rodrigo Du30. He often cites her as one of the few local government officials who backed his presidential bid in 2016.



Pathetic Demolition Job

It is so pathetic of my opponents to taint my image before my fellow Hugpong ng Pagbabago candidates, Marcos said. The sample ballots are now even in her hometown in Ilocos Norte already and in Mindanao. “This is clearly a demolition job by those who do not want me to win at all cost,” she added.



Fast Climb to the Magic 12

Just days prior to the May 13, 2019 election, Marcos rises up from number 12 to the number 9 slot. Here’s the complete list of the latest survey at the time of writing:
1. Cynthia Villar: 55.9%, 1st
2. Grace Poe: 46.7%, 2nd to 3rd
3. Taguig City Representative Pia Cayetano: 45.%, 2nd to 4th
4. Former presidential aide Bong Go: 42.%, 3rd to 7th
5. Former senator Bong Revilla: 39.5%, 4th to 8th
6. Senator Lito Lapid: 38.5%, 4th to 9th
7. Former Bureau of Corrections chief Ronald dela Rosa: 37.9%, 4th to 9th
8. Senator Juan Edgardo Angara: 36.3%, 5th to 10th
9. Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos: 34.1%, 6th to 14th
10. Senator Nancy Binay: 32.8%, 8th to 15th
11. Senator Koko Pimentel: 31.7%, 9th to 15th
12. Senator JV Estrada Ejercito: 31.2%, 9th to 15th
13 Former senator Jinggoy Estrada: 30.8%, 9th to 15th
14. Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino IV: 30.6%, 9th to 15th
15. Former presidential adviser Francis Tolentino: 28.9%, 10th to 15th



In Lieu of the Black Media Propaganda

The accusations of her family’s ill-gotten wealth and the dark days of her father’s dictatorship have now proven to be impartial news. Thanks to the internet. Curious people can just do a quick research and they can immediately verify if an information is fake or not. Since the black media propaganda is not anymore working, perhaps the demolition job aims to tarnish Marcos’ reputation in lieu of it.



Uniting a Divided Nation

It is the ultimate goal of the Marcoses to unite the Filipino people. It is very obvious that the opposition is trying to block that from happening. They know that unity is the key to the country’s success. Those who hinder this are not loyal to the people but to the political party they serve.



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The Critics of Imee Marcos Agree that her Win Paves the Way for BBM’s 2022 Presidency

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By: Elena Grace Flores

A political analyst said Imee Marcos’ first foray into the Senate aims at making the Marcos brand still relevant in the national political scene. That way, it continues the family’s political comeback. Their patriarch’s fall through a revolt in 1986 divides the nation today. Gov. Marcos decides to run for senator as her brother, former Senator Bongbong Marcos continues to pursue his electoral protest against the presumptive Vice President Leni Robredo. Prominent IT experts and clean election advocates support BBM’s claims that electoral frauds denies him the position in favor of the opposition. He already has the sympathy of many voters should he pursue the Presidency in 2022.




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Imee Marcos has the Right Solutions

A long-time player in local politics, serves as Ilocos Norte representative and governor both for three full terms. She said that she runs for the Senate because she wants to uplift many Filipinos from poverty. She pushes for pro-farmer and pro-consumer policies.
Marcos presses for the removal of value-added tax in some basic goods and urges the government to provide more safeguards for farmers. This is in light of the signing of the law that would allow continues rice importation.



Dealing with Foreign Debts

Marcos touts such advocacy in the backdrop of a family history which the media propaganda by their enemies tries to cover the good deeds of the late President Ferdinand Marcos with alleged plunder, repression, and foreign debt that they said Filipinos are still paying for to this day. On second thoughts, what would the citizens use if the former President did not have a massive infrastructure projects that benefit the people to this date.



The Critics’ Fear Revolves around the Marcos Presidency

It appears to be a reluctant run at first for the 63-year-old Marcos, who admits that she previously considers that the Senate “was not for her.” “I think it prompts her and the family to come back to national politics because maybe they felt that Bongbong as senator was not enough. It was not enough to leave a lasting impression,” said University of the Philippines political science department head Ela Atienza. “Like most political families with national ambitions, it’s important for them to also get national prominence and being part of the Senate is an important platform for them,” Atienza added.



The Death of Black Media Propaganda

Marcos’ critics expect that her Senate bid, sails rough. But the accusations of her family’s ill-gotten wealth and the dark days of her father’s dictatorship still do not make sense anymore in the digital age. The anti-Marcoses call the truth “historical revisionism.” But sensible people can only examine the evidence quickly using technology.



Gov. Marcos’ Confidence to Win Lies on the Youth

Some of our youth are confused, so they want to know our side of the story, Marcos said. They may not have the media’s favor but they have ultimate advantage with social media which is quicker and more handy in reaching out the public. Comelec spokesman James Jimenez said, “A little over one-third of the registered voters are the young people.” The 2019 national and election polls will be dominated by voters from the young demographic, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) confirms this.



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Bongbong Marcos Endorses the IT Expert that Helps Discover the Digital Election Fraud




By: Elena Grace Flores

Casino was a member of the Comelec Advisory Council (CAC), mandated by law to advise the poll body on the automated election system. He told reporters that he if wins as senator, he would push for economic reforms and easing out of Smartmatic from the country’s elections. He said during the Congressional Hearing on Election Oversight that Bongbong Maarcos is the winner of the 2015 VP election by one million votes lead over Leni Robredo. Now, BBM endorses him for Senator alongside Atty. Glenn Chong and his sister, Imee Marcos.




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Casino’s Logical Theory on the 2016 VP Election

IT expert Edmund Casino is logical enough to quote the corresponding rule in the 1987 constitution on the mandate of the Comelec. He is very loud to say that they are incompetent or illiterate not to stop counting after a tampering act. It was a nationwide knowledge that Bongbong Marcos was leading at one million votes consistently during the 2016 election. The sudden shift of the total votes after the insertion of a correction can void the rest of the votes because direct tampering is a violation. Therefore, the rest is subject to forensic evaluation. In short, it should be VP Bongbong Marcos, not Leni Robredo.



The Commission on Elections’ Incompetence

Casino addresses Senator Antonio Trillanes’ inquiry on any judgment of a protest. He vehemently said that the department is the juror, prosecutor, and judge. It can never make a clear and satisfactory decision. Smartmatic does not have the capability since 4 years ago and yet the Comelec is still using the digital election provider.



IT Expert by Experience

The firm Mr. Casino criticizes the Comelec’s incompetence in understanding basic computer mechanics. They are not literate enough to even understand “WSIWYG” that stands for “What you see is what you get.” Meaning, whatever can be seen in the system must be the same in the image. This is in reference to the boxes found on the images when they are ovals in the actual voting forms. Casino’s background is economics but he was trained in the IT field all throughout the beginning of his career.



Marcos is the Legitimate Vice President

Direct tampering in the middle of a live transmission is a violation. Results prior to that must be the legitimate one. They should have stopped counting and declare whatever the result was. Beyond that is already subject to forensic evaluation. This clearly means that Marcos is the legitimate Vice President, Casino said.



The Senatorial Candidate’s Political Platform

Casino vows to eliminate electoral fraud if he wins as Senator. This is vital to Marcos who is a victim of such digital poll fraud. This is definitely the ultimate reason pf Marcos’ endorsement of the latter. They share the same goals among others.



IT Expert Edmund Casino: VP Bongbong Marcos Won the Election at One Million Votes Lead