Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos calls her brother, Bongbong Marcos Jr. “vice president” during her speech ahead of their father’s 100th birthday anniversary celebration. Don’t be impatient, it is near,” Marcos added. The governor hints on his possible victory in the electoral protest against Leni Robredo. She definitely knows something most people don’t.
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[VIDEO]: Gov. Marcos urges the people to be patient because Bongbomg Marcos ‘ Vice Presidency is near.
History is not Done with Ferdinand Marcos
The Marcos family celebrated the National Historical Commission of the Philippines’ recognition of the Marcos monument in Batac, Ilocos Norte. “At last, history now recognizes to have a President from Batac, Ilocos Norte,” Marcos said. “History is not done indeed with Ferdinand Marcos. Winter is not done with the Marcos legacy,” she added.
Marcos is a Hero
President Du30 issued Proclamation No. 310, declaring Marcos’ 100th birth anniversary a holiday in Ilocos Norte. He defends his decision saying: “As far as Ilocanos are concerned, Marcos is a hero. So, to dwell on this thing for so long a time will just divide the nation,” he said.
Wealth for Humanity
The truth now starts to sprout out on the ill-gotten wealth speculation that turns out to be the wealth of humanity. It is under tight security that follows international laws that no corrupt government can have access to it. Even the members of the Marcos family cannot be liable for it because they are only the keeper of evidence.
No Trace Up Plans Yet
Bongbong Marcos earlier discloses that the government has not started talks on the trace-up of such deposits. However, his sister is positive that the President would spare them from more cases. The people may just have to wait how fast the Congress and the Senate would act on this crucial issue for the benefit of the people instead of the petty crimes that destroy the reputation of the country.
Contrary to Atty. Romulo Macalintal’s media bluff, Bongbong Marcos is happy of the Supreme Court ruling. The PET has finally issued rules and guidelines in preparation for the revision of ballots in his election protest against Vice President Leni Robredo. Atty. Victor Rodriguez, the spokesperson of Marcos, welcomes the PET Resolution which finally set in motion the requirements needed. This paves the way for the revision of votes. He said that it is a step forward towards their quest for truth.
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[VIDEO]: Inilabas na ang guidelines ng Presidential Electoral Tribunal para sa gagawing recount ng mga boto para sa kaso ni Bongbong Marcos laban kay VP Leni Robredo.
Discussed during the Prelim
As per discussion during the preliminary conference last month, the Tribunal approves the use of the SC Gymnasium in the revision proceedings. It also added two more areas. Namely, a portion of the Fourth Floor Parking Level of the SC-Court of Appeals Multi-Purpose Building. As well as a room at the back of the Division Hearing Room.
Unlike the old rule which required that the Coordinator must come from SC personnel, the Tribunal amends the said requirement. It provides Coordinators from outside the High Court. Thus, ordering the Office of the Acting Chief Administrative Officer to post the vacancies for the members of the Revision Committees. They also accept applications for the staffing complement. The Acting Clerk of the Tribunal screens the applicants for the position of Coordinators of the Revision Committee.
Election Recount Leaders
As members of the said team, the Tribunal has designated the following SC employees – Attys. Mercedes Mostajo and Linuel Alindogan of the Office of the Chief Attorney as leaders; Joy Jemima Reyes and Jeffrey Raymond Atienza of the Cash Collection and Disbursement Division as Special Disbursing Officers; and Joery Gayanan and/or any official/employee to be recommended by the Office of the Administrative Services as Chief Security Officer and/or Assistant Chief Security Officer. They will each receive a compensation of P5,000 monthly.
Macalintal Misunderstands Ruling
Atty. Macalintal in behalf of Robredo’s Camp expresses his joy upon hearing the Supreme Court ruling that it junked Marcos’ motion questioning the integrity of the 2016 election. He added by saying that this proves that Marcos is just on a fishing expedition. Perhaps, due to age, he forgets that the SC told both camps during the preliminary conference to set aside Marcos’ first course of action to allow the recount to happen immediately.
The late President Ferdinand Marcos for many loyalists has yet to get a recognition for ruling the country the best that he can. As for his widow, now Representative Imelda Marcos, he was the real hero of EDSA. He had all the resources to pin down the traitors of the Republic but he refrained from doing so. All for the love of his countrymen. Gov. Imee and the former first lady visited his grave on Heroes’ Day.
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[VIDEO]: Here in an interview with A-P-T-V, she maintains her husband was the hero of the People Power Revolution that ended his regime.
The only way to compensate for the unfair treatments of the Marcoses for the last 3 decades most specifically under the regimes of the Aquino’s, is to make Bongbong Marcos President by 2022 or even before. Marcos loyalists are banking on the recount for Marcos’ election protest against Leni Robredo.
Most supporters trust the promise of the President that once Marcos assumes the VP post, he would resign. This is to allow the country to have a younger, competent, and experienced as far as governance is concerned appropriate for the needs of the nation.
Honoring FM in Private
At this point in time, Gov. Imee and Rep. Imelda continue to honor the country’s misjudged hero by visiting his grave on National Heros’ Day. They offer prayers at the tomb of former President Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng Mga Bayani in Taguig City on Monday, August 28, 2017. The gesture might be private but it means a lot especially to Filipinos who support Bongbong Marcos’ case against Robredo.
Bongbong Marcos’ Time
It is just a matter of time that Bongbong Marcos would soon emerge as the top leader of the Philippines. Detractors are trying very hard to stop that. But it is likely that he would get to be President in his lifetime. By then, the whole nation could celebrate the life and death of his father, the unsung hero, Ferdinand E. Marcos.
VP Leni Robredo’s lawyer, Romulo keeps on hitting Bongbong Marcos for allegedly failing to abide by what was agreed upon during the preliminary conference. The limit of witnesses is to expedite the procedure of his election protest against Robredo. However, Marcos said that the 51 witnesses are substantial to prove the first part of the protest. This is about the digital fraud of the entire automated election. Therefore, Atty. George Erwin Garcia has to remind the elderly, Macalintal that the Supreme Court rules to facilitate the recount first.
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[VIDEO]: Atty. Romy Macalintal and Bongbong Marcos’s lawyer, Atty. George Erwin Garcis on the PET Protest
Keeps on Hitting Marcos
Among those cited by the Robredo camp is agreeing on identifying and limiting the number of witnesses. For his first cause of action, the Marcos camp agreed to limit their witnesses to only 25. For his second cause of action, Associate Justice Alfredo Benjamin Caguioa suggested that they limit the number of witnesses to only three per precinct to which both parties agreed.
51 Witnesses Must be Intact
But in his comment, Marcos insisted on presenting 51 witnesses for his first cause of action and with made reservations to the presentation of three witnesses per precinct.
Macalintal said the Marcos camp should stop blaming their camp for allegedly delaying the process. “For it is clear that whatever ‘delay’ there is in his protest is because of Marcos’ flip-flopping position on how he wants to proceed with his protest,” Macalintal added.
First Election Case of Its Kind
Atty. Garcia has to remind Macalintal that the Supreme Court already decided to move on to the recount because the digital fraud is a longer and more complicated process. His questions on the number of witnesses are not yet relevant. Also, Macalintal cannot compare the length of the Binay-Roxas case because they have not reached the recount and it did not involve an automated election process. Bongbong Marcos’ electoral protest against Robredo is the first of its kind. So, previous patterns do not apply.
Atty. Vic Rodriguez of the Marcos Camp already stated that delay is the name of Robredo’s game. The legal team of Vice President Leni Robredo resorts to delaying tactics as their lawyers particularly Atty. Romulo Macalintal subsequently questions Bongbong Marcos’ courses of actions to prevent the election recount from happening immediately. Radio commentator, Erwin Tulfo recently blasted Robredo asking why block the recount if she is sure of her win?
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[VIDEO]: BISTADO NA NI ERWIN TULFO ANG TACTICS NI LENI ROBREDO PATUNGKOL SA PET RECOUNT NI BONGBONG MARCOS.
Bongbong Marcos’ spokesperson said: “If Robredo has nothing to hide, why resort to all these delaying tactics? It’s not enough that her camp cheated their way to the vice presidency. Now they want to cheat again by depriving Senator Marcos of his day in court. We want the truth to come out. That’s all.”
Afraid of the Truth
Atty. Rodriguez added: “Their actuation on the protest has been consistent: They are afraid of the truth because it would reveal how much they tarnished and debased the true will of the Filipino people in the vice presidential race.” This is unanimous with Tulfo’s call to Robredo. He said, why not just let the recount take its course and judge for herself?
Tulfo explains that if the Liberal Party bets and Robredo really won the 2016 elections, they are the first ones who must be in favor of the recount. He urges them to let the recount of the votes begin immediately to stop speculations against Robredo. This way, they can both move on and public interest will be satisfied.
No Recount, No Trust
The majority of the Filipinos including those who are overseas voters are not convinced that the VP is the legitimate occupant of the 2nd highest public office in the land. This doubt has grown intensively as her lawyers try to question Marcos’ every move just to delay the recount. There’s definitely no closure if the VP continues her dirty tactics.