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Pro-Marcos and Du30 Supporters Prove to CNN Friends of Maria Ressa that they are NOT Trolls

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By: Elena Grace Flores

Atty. Trixie Cruz-Angeles pities ex-CNN reporter, Maria Ressa because she has lost control of the media because of social media. Real people can already counteract all her misinformation online. This is in time for the 2019 election when Filipinos have to choose vital government lawmakers particularly senators and district representatives in the Congress. Ressa’s tweet triggers them to expose themselves just to prove that they are real people behind the Du30 administration who is in favor of Bongbong Marcos and not trolls as per her claim. z

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The 18th Congress

The 2019 elections for the House of Representatives of the Philippines will be for the 35th lower house in the Philippines and will be held on May 13, 2019. All seats in the House of Representatives of the Philippines will be contested. The winners will serve in the 18th Congress of the Philippines from June 30, 2019, to June 30, 2022.

Maria Ressa is Public Enemy No. 1

International media picks up Ressa’s story that there are alleged cases of harassing journalists as one of the President’s specialties. They even call Du30 the strongman president of the Philippines. They depict him as someone who goes after her, a former CNN reporter and a founder of the online news site Rappler. Her news platform caters to just criticize the current government, his works, and allies. Atty, She has criminal charges because of tax evasion and libel. She also faces criticisms through Facebook because of the lies that she spread out.

Real People and NOT Trolls

Supporters of Du30 who are also Pro-Marcos troop to the office of news website Rappler to prove to its chief that they are “not trolls.” Trolls refer to netizens employed to attack using inflammatory statements or even fake information on social media. Du30 supporter Mark Lopez made the visit following Ressa’s tweet last week that trolls were deployed to misinform her friends and colleagues such as former United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and CNN journalist Christiane Amanpour.

In the Light of Marcos’ VP Recount

Ressa and her cohorts are making noise to cover up the ongoing recount of Bongbong Marcos. The presumptive vice president, Leni Robredo already opposes the recount in Mindanao. Marcos’ counsel, lawyer Vic Rodriguez dismisses the statements of Macalintal that Marcos’ evidence of fraud are not substantial. “We believe that all statements coming from Macalintal are nothing but a drive to earn “media mileage” in his quixotic effort to bring relevance to the carcasses of his Senate bid,” Rodriguez said. He added that it is only the tribunal that can decide on the merits of the electoral protest of Marcos against Robredo.

The Problem of Maria Ressa

Atty. Trixie nails it when she said that the problem with Maria Ressa is that, she does not respect opposing views. She has become a public enemy number one because of her false reports. It is in fact not Du30 who suppresses freedom of speech but Ressa’s network that aims to mislead people locally and abroad to destabilize a government that she doesn’t like. Unfortunately for Ressa, common Filipinos do not hesitate to come out of the open to defend the truth because social media has allowed them to voice out, at last for the longest time.

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Atty. George Garcia: Bongbong Marcos Won the Vice Presidency

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By: Elena Grace Flores

The lawyer of Bongbong Marcos, Atty. George Garcia confirms to a recent interview that Marcos is indeed the winner of the Vice Presidential race in 2016 elections. He cannot say approximately how many ballots his camp won over because of the gag order. He also clarifies that the current update on the electoral protest refers to Marcos asking the PET for the revision of results outside of the 3 pilot provinces due to the evidence taken from another protest related to the case. The presumptive VP vehemently opposes this. z

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[VIDEO]: The camp of former Sen. Bongbong Marcos is hoping the Presidential Electoral Tribunal will finally decide this year on their electoral protest against Vice President Leni Robredo.

Robredo’s Opposition

The Marcos camp earlier motions to subpoena the Comelec to issue a handwritten report on their initial findings. This is an area outside of the 3 pilot province. It is also under protest by another candidate. It was found that 70% of the returns are not from real legible voters. Only one person did such an entry, it turns out. Robredo of course opposes this said plea through her lawyer, Atty. Romulo Macalintal.

Video Evidence

A video shows the alleged cheating that occurred in ARMM. This results in the petition of Marcos. He asks the PET to subpoena relevant documents in connection with the technical examination in the area. The election protest is by the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao gubernatorial candidate Sakur Tan against ARMM Regional Governor Mujiv Hataman. This is outside of Marcos’ 3 pilot provinces. Therefore, Macalintal opposes this on behalf of Robredo.

Robredo’s Attempt to Hide the Truth

The camp of Robredo criticizes the latest petition for a technical examination of votes in parts of Mindanao by Marcos. Macalintal said that he is “desperately trying to save his dying election protest.” Robredo’s lawyers Macalintal and Bernadette Sardillo released to the media their counter-manifestation to Marcos’ petition. They filed this on January 14.

Not Related?

Macalintal decries the use of the examination from an election protest to the one filed by Marcos apart from the pilot provinces. He said: “That case has nothing to do with the election protest of Marcos now being heard by the PET.” “Robredo was not a party thereof nor was Marcos.” The pilot provinces petitioned and approved for an ongoing vice presidential recount only include precincts in Camarines Sur, Iloilo and Negros Oriental. However, in every sense of the world, if the majority of voters in the area are fake, chances are, the results are incorrect. This can generate a substantial lead for Marcos.

Bongbong Marcos Won the Vice Presidency

The recount of the said pilot provinces, where Marcos’ alleges voting fraud took place, began last April. The electoral protest itself is now on its third year. It is the first election protest of the PET to reach the recount level under the 1987 Constitution. Marcos’ election fraud allegations coincide with the findings of the clean election advocate, Atty. Glenn Chong. The people await the finality of this case to know if the real VP is indeed Bongbong Marcos and not the presumptive one, Leni Robredo. Atty. Garcia’s confirmation of Marcos’ victory made a lot of people more anxious to see the real VP sit on his post very soon.

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Supreme Court: Pilot Provinces Recount Almost Done while Decrypted Images Use for Wet Ballots Starts Jan. 28

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By: Elena Grace Flores

The sources from the Supreme Court or PET said that Bongbong Marcos’ electoral protest recount in the three pilot provinces is almost done. While the recount resumes on January 28 for the wet and damaged ballots. Insiders said that the suspension was only on certain precincts. This is in reference to the deliberations of the SC en banc recently. z

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[VIDEO]: SC directs revisors to refer to election returns, ballot images in Marcos poll protest vote recount

Temporary Suspension by the Supreme Court

The PET suspends the recount for damaged ballots around a month after Marcos asks the Supreme Court to urgently order the technical examination of some voting records. These are from Basilan, Lanao del Sur, and Maguindanao. These are the votes which Marcos wants the PET to nullify due to alleged widespread cheating.

The SC Orders the Revisors

The Supreme Court sits as the PET electoral to decide the protests of presidential and vice presidential candidates. Currently, the justices agree that they need to suspend the revision in precinct 8 of Tanjay City, and Negros Oriental due to wet ballots. They direct the head revisor to use decrypted ballot images instead. Revision in clustered precinct 42 in Barangay Sabang, Valencia was also suspended. This is because “no election return is in the ballot box.” “The revision is to proceed as to all other contested precincts,” the source added.

The PET to Rule on Nationwide Recount

The recount of ballots from Marcos’ identified three pilot provinces, Camarines Sur, Iloilo, and Negros Oriental, starts last April 1, 2018. After the recount in the said provinces, the tribunal proceeds on ruling on all objections and claims of both parties during the revision proceeding. The results of the recount in the three provinces would determine if the tribunal should continue checking ballots in the rest of the clustered precincts in nationwide.

Possible Dismissal of the Protest and Counter Protest

If upon examination of such ballots and proof, and after making reasonable allowances, the proceedings can stop. Under the Rule 65 of the 2010 Rules of the PET, the protestant or counter-protestant can lose their case. This is if the tribunal is convinced that after all circumstances are taken into account.

Formal Announcement to Follow Soon

The PET has not released any results of the revision. SC Spokesperson Jose Midas Marquez said the PET will issue a statement to clarify the report on the alleged suspension of the recount. The Supreme Court’s clarification is crucial after the conflicting insinuations from the camps of Marcos and the presumptive Vice President Leni Robredo.

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VP Protest Anniversary Update by Bongbong Marcos from Ballot to Picnic Boxes

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Bongbong Marcos talks to Erwin Tulfo on his Tutok Tulfo program on various issues particularly the update of his electoral protest against VP Leni Robredo. He is generally disappointed with its slow progress. In fact, the President inquires on it because it’s like nothing is happening. Therefore, Marcos urges the PET that sits as the electoral tribunal of the Supreme Court to fast-track the processes. It is not fair to let the people wait until the next election which is in 2019.





Youtube video by;  Elena Grace Flores
[VIDEO]: The recount of ballot boxes from Iloilo has more anomalies than in Camarines Sur. Bongbong Marcos urges the PET to rule on it ASAP.




Ballot to Picnic Boxes

Marcos observes that the condition of the election evidence in Iloilo is far worst than in Camarines Sur. Aside from being wet, and the missing election returns, it is obvious that the picnic boxes that contain the votes do not comply with the standard specified by the ruling.




The Fishy Thing in the Electoral Protest Recount

Host, Erwin Tulfo also mentions the fish bones found in the ballot boxes which Marcos confirms. Gov. Imee Marcos earlier hinted on this during her speech in Bacoor, Cavite. What’s odd is that VP Leni Robredo files a motion for grave concern on the magnifying lens use by one of Marcos’ revisors to be able to see clearly and not on the picnic boxes, wet condition, and fish bones found.




No More Delays

Marcos stands by his commitment to the Filipino people to fight until each and every valid vote that was cast will be counted. He refrains from filing any additional motions that can delay the process unlike the childish acts of Robredo. It is a pity when his declaration as the winner for the 2016 Vice Presidential race comes only when his term is about to end which was the case for the other protests in the past.









Not for Senator

The former Senator reiterates that he is definitely not running for Senator this 2019 regardless of the status or outcome of his protest. The PET just have to decide on how to go about the anomalies reported to regain the people’s trust in the country’s electoral system. Marcos also pushes for the elimination of Smartmatic from the upcoming elections.




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Marcos Loyalists Lash Back on Robredo’s Childish Recount Disruptions at the Supreme Court

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

The camp of Robredo accuses the Marcos force of violating Supreme Court (SC) rules in the ongoing recount of vice presidential votes. That was when one of their revisors allegedly used a plastic magnifying lens during the recount proceeding. “Nestor Borromeo opted to use a child’s plastic magnifying glass to see clearly.  What difference will this make on the recounting of votes?” he asked.






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[VIDEO]: A unity walk happens in time for the anniversary of Bongbong Marcos’ filing of the electoral protest against VP Leni Robredo two years ago.




The manifestation of Grave Concern

In a manifestation of grave concern by Robredo’s lawyers, she calls out on Marcos revisor Nestor Borromeo for allegedly bringing and using a plastic magnifying lens on June 14. They consider it as a  prohibited item. The Supreme Court had previously informed both parties that only papers can be brought inside the venue for the revision.




Desperate Disruptions

Rodriguez said they are expecting “more desperate disruptions” from the Robredo camp. “Not now that the proof of fraud and massive cheating is out in the open. We expect more desperate disruptions to come our way. After all, Robredo admitted in a recent TV interview that even though she was out of the loop with the current administration, her way of remaining relevant is “to try to disrupt in the manner in which her office has positioned itself,” he said.




Not Slowing Down

Marcos’ spokesperson said they will not allow disruptions. “We won’t allow the election protest to be ‘disrupted ‘ by her desperate, childish and obvious attempts to delay the recount. Instead, we will continue our commitment to the Filipino people to fight until each and every valid vote that was cast will be counted,” Rodriguez added.









United at the Supreme Court

The supporters of former Senator Bongbong Marcos blast Vice President Leni Robredo for the childish complaint. They take it as a malicious act of Robredo to suppress the truth. A gathering for unity to mark the June 29 electoral protest filing anniversary happens recently. It’s been two years and things are still too slow for the case to progress.




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