Bongbong Marcos in an ambush interview said that he has no idea on the Smartmatic bribery between the automated election machine supplier and Comelec chair, Andres Bautista as divulged by his wife, Patricia Bautista. He urged everyone to let the authorities decide on the matter.
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[VIDEO]: Bongbong on alleged Smartmatic bribery issue: It’s all speculation
Spare Liza Marcos
The former Senator denied that his wife, Liza Marcos was the bridge of the meeting between the President and Mrs. Bautista who is battling a personal conflict with her husband over their finances. “We don’t interfere in marital quarrels,” he told reporters in an interview at the House of Representatives.
Du30 also confirmed meeting separately with the Bautistas in Malacañang after Patricia called his attention on her accusations against her husband. She speculates that he has unexplained wealth worth nearly P1 billion. He, however, refused to meddle on the marital issues and channeled the alleged anomaly to the investigators.
Marcos does not want to comment on the hidden wealth anomaly of Chairman Bautista as revealed by his wife. Reporters are adamant to get his side because this case directly favors his election protest against VP Leni Robredo. He insists after all that he had no knowledge whatsoever in the said issue.
The namesake of the late President Ferdinand Marcos stresses that his opinion is immaterial if he believes in the accusation or not. It is better to let the case go through its due course. Like the President, he does not want to influence the authorities’ finding on the matter because of the political situation that he is in.
In a shocking admission, Comelec Chair Andres Bautista revealed that he was a victim of theft and sexual abuse at the time his wife took all the alleged documents and bank statements that are now being presented. His sex life is now out in the open. Commission sidelines are divulged and Bongbong Marcos is implicated in the process that also discredits the integrity of the 2016 election.
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[VIDEO]: Hindi si misis, kundi si mister ang nangangaliwa, ayon sa abogado ni Patricia Bautista na si Atty. Lorna Kapunan. Dagdag pa ni Kapunan, may kakaibang hilig o fetish si Andres Bautista pagdating sa sex.
Comelec Chair’s Sexual Fantasy
Patricia Bautista’s lawyer insists that it’s not her client who had extra-marital affairs but it’s the chairman who has some kind of “Latigo” sexual fantasy. He even has accounts in some pornographic sites where he is into young boys or he sometimes portrayed himself as a woman. One of their condo units was even converted into a sex den. She divulges this to justify that it’s not Mrs. Bautista who is immoral but the Comelec Chairman.
Smartmatic Deal during Election
In her statement to the NBI, Mrs. Bautista said that her husband got commissions from Divina law firm. These are referral fees for Smartmatic, Baseco, and the United Coconut Planters Bank. “Nilo Divina’s checks in Bautista’s name can prove this.” Smartmatic is the supplier of vote counting machines. Divina did not elaborate on his plans to file a complaint against her but confirmed that he will file a libel case against her.
PCGG Ghost Employees
Mrs. Bautista’s lawyer also discloses that Chairman Bautista also had some ghost employees when he was PCGG chair. She tries to prove that Andres Bautista is corrupt contrary to his allegations against his wife. That she just wants money. Therefore, she allows herself to be used by politicians.
Evidence vs Hearsays on Bongbong Marcos
Since PCGG is an agency that chases the alleged stolen wealth of the Marcoses, Bongbong Marcos easily surfaces into the scenario without mentioning his name. This disclosure of Mrs. Bautista is just in time for the upcoming recount for his electoral protest against VP Leni Robredo. However, the chairman’s political defense remains hearsays compared to the evidence presented by his wife.
Bongbong Marcos finds an ally in its quest to prove the fraudulent digital election system in 2016. The justice department reverses the decision of the Manila Prosecutor’s Office, which earlier found no basis to Marcos’ complaints that the alteration done by Smartmatic in the server did not have the permission from the authorized Comelec officer.
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[VIDEO]: The Department of Justice orders the filing of criminal charges against the Commission on Elections and Smartmatic.
The DOJ orders the filing of criminal charges against the Commission on Elections (Comelec) and supplier Smartmatic for changing the script in the servers in between results transmissions during the 2016 polls. This coincides with the sudden switch of the trend that favored Leni Robredo.
The justice department found probable cause to charge Comelec and Smartmatic personnel. This is for violating Republic Act 10175 or the Cybercrime Prevention Act. Recommended for charges are Smartmatic technical support team head Marlon Garcia and members; Neil Baniqued and Mauricio Herrera. Comelec IT specialists Rouie Peñalba, Nelson Herrera, and Frances Mae Gonzales are also not off the hook.
Criminal Intent Not Necessary
The DOJ rejects Comelec’s defense that the script change was just for cosmetic purposes. That it did not affect the election results. The change in the script was allegedly due to the need to correct the items with “ñ” appearing as “?” and not for digital fraud. The DOJ stressed that RA 10175 is a special law that does not require criminal intent. Whatever the case may be, they have
The President’s Hand
The DOJ is noted to be an agency that pursues the ideals of the President – unlike the Supreme Court that sits as PET for Bongbong Marcos’ electoral protest against Robredo. Netizens recently urged the President over social media to interfere in the delaying tactics of Robredo being tolerated by the Comelec and the Supreme Court. It is a relief for Marcos supporters to think that their pleas did not fall on deaf ears.