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Will the Comelec Adhere to the Supreme Court Petition to Prevent Cheating during Elections?

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By: Elena Grace Flores

In the recent Facebook live of Atty. Glenn Chong, he announces his letter to the Comelec. This is to allow some safety measures at the Oversees Absentee Voting Centers, precincts and city canvassing outlets. He designs these features to prevent cheating and identify the culprits easily with the necessary evidence and documentation or recording. Chong refers to the Batas ng Balota group petition to the Supreme Court.

YouTube video byAtty. Glenn Chong

[VIDEO]: Senatorial Candidate, Atty. Glenn Chong sent a letter to the Comelec and was referred to the Supreme Court to allow measures against election cheating this May 13, 2019

Overseas Absentee Voting

Atty. Chong requests the Supreme Court not to allow a hidden feeding of the ballots into the VCMs. This can make additions and omission quite handy for the cheaters. He also asks the SC to let the voters photograph their completed ballot forms.

Regional Hubs for SD Cards

The SD cards must not be tampered with or removed from the VCMs secretly for the regional hub collection. It was found out in 2016 that instead of 3 only one signed in some board of election investigator’s reports. This can generate fake results easily.

City Canvassing

The transmission codes for the canvassing system must not be hidden to allow transparency. Based on the experience in 2016 elections, these codes can only be read by IT experts. There’s no way that the public can understand what’s going on unless there’s a decrypted version.

Batas ng Balota Group Supreme Court Petition

In the same way, the Batas ng Balota group sent a petition to the Supreme Court to allow two things during elections. First, making a photograph on the actual ballot must not be prohibited. Net, the results per precinct must be signed by 3 board of election investigators. Not one like the last time.

Chong’s Can Resort to the Congress

Chong swears that once he can gather all evidence on fraudulent activities when he runs for Senator during the May 13, 2019 midterm elections, he will not hesitate to resort to the Congress for the corresponding complaints if ever. Meanwhile, there’s a screenshot of Atty. Liza Marcos’ message to their loyalists. There, Bongbong Marcos’s wife confirms that her husband endorses Chong for Senator indeed. Atty. Chong is very helpful in BBM’s electoral protest. He in fact, made it stronger, she added. Its legitimacy is yet to be verified but it makes sense anyway. The endorsement of Gov. Imee Marcos, sister of BBM is more than enough.

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Will the Supreme Court Grant Bongbong Marcos’ Plea Prior to the Elections?

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By: Elena Grace Flores

In the middle of the election anomalies happening overseas that involve the absentee voters working abroad, a group of Marcos loyalists in Baguio peacefully pleads with the Supreme Court to act on Bongbong Marcos’ VP electoral protest against the presumptive Vice President, Leni Robredo. The said protest is now over 1000 days old.

YouTube video byUNTV News and Rescue

[VIDEO]: VP electoral protest ni Bongbong Marcos, hiniling na desisyunan na ng Supreme Court

Supreme Court Action Needed Prior to the Elections

The Marcos loyalists were in read holding protest banners and chanting; justice for Bongbong Marcos, the real Vice President. This comes as many people became aware of the Comelec’s mishandling of the election processes. Such irregularities allow entities to cheat during the polls in connivance with Smartmatic or the election agency itself.

Pending Resolutions of the VP Electoral Protest

The camp of Marcos patiently awaits the decision of the Supreme Court after the recount in the 3 pilot provinces. These are; Negros Oriental, Iloilo, and Robredo’s bailiwick, Camarines Sur. They must decide if the evidence has probable cause to be able to continue to the rest of the questionable precincts. The former Senator also asks for technical examination in the ARMM region where Comelec itself found that 80% of the voters were fake during the 2016 elections.

Mind Conditioning of the Opposition Not Working

Surveys, news through mainstream media, and Facebook public sentiments control are all in place. However, it is very obvious that the people are coming up with alternatives to express their disappointments over the PET or the slow handling of the Supreme Court with regards to Marcos’ protest. Voters are now very vigilant with the slightest Comelec mismanagement.

The Comelec’s Incompetence in Handling the Election

Social media reports from common voters overseas populate social media pages. There are even videos and images that support questionable processes imposed by the Comelec at the overseas precincts. The UK, Italy, and Hongkong overseas Filipinos workers are seen to be very active on these activities recently.

Initial Street Protest for Marcos’ Return

It is a popular discussion over Facebook groups if and when Marcos would urge his supporters to do a people power-like saga in front of the Supreme Court. Notwithstanding his sister, Imee Marcos’ popularity during the senatorial race overseas and the ever popular president’s support, this is not impossible.

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Can the Supreme Court Ignore Atty. Glenn Chong’s Testimony on Marcos’ Missing Votes?

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By: Elena Grace Flores

One of the top candidates for Senator, Atty. Glenn Chong explains at the top of his lungs the obvious anomaly on the missing votes of Bongbong Marcos during the last election in 2016. The Comelec can only discredit him that he is lawyering for Marcos. However, only people who pretend to be deaf can’t understand the logic of his explanation. Will the Supreme Court ignore this? z

YouTube video byElena Grace Flores

[VIDEO]: Who can Stop Atty. Glenn Chong in Locating Marcos’ Missing Votes?

Hot Senatoriable’s Advocacy

Hot senatoriable Atty. Glenn Chong discloses the whereabouts of Bongbong Marcos’ 241,712 voting shortage to win as VP. He said that the official votes from the Comelec server are short of around 241,000 votes. The result of municipal, district, regional and regional board of canvassers of 181 million for the 6 VP and 6 Presidential candidates must tally with that of the Comelec server. However, it so happens that the shortage of Bongbong Marcos to win as VP is more or less the same as the amount of the missing votes from the overall total.

Comelec is Not Listening

Instead of getting the data from Chong, Comelec ex-Chair Sixto Brilliantes tries to deny Chong’s claims. He has doubts of the figures that the young lawyer mentioned. Nevertheless, Chong blasts him saying that the poll body did not check the database. The team of Chong thoroughly made a careful examination and analysis of the available information. This is why the former Congressman of Biliran can immediately criticize them right at their faces.

Lawyering for Marcos?

The people can now understand why Chong’s detractors insist that he is Marcos’ lawyer. His knowledge about the massive 2016 election cheating is vital to the electoral protest of Marcos against the presumptive VP, Leni Robredo. In fact many experts speculate that the Supreme Court is quiet now because they need an unquestionable defense for their decision on the case which can only be favorable to the son of the late President, Ferdinand Marcos.

The People are Now Aware

It is evident online that the popularity of Chong surges high because of his passionate fight against election fraud. He accuses Comelec and Smartmatic of depriving the people on their choices during elections. This is why he runs for Senator. He said,that doing so is his last straw for his clean election advocacy. The people must be the ones to decide on his plight.

The Supreme Court is Under Close Watch

Despite the restlessness of Marcos’ supporters online, they can’t do anything but to wait for the Supreme Court to act on the electoral protest of Marcos. They are just waiting for the legislative branch to make a wrong move. For sure, the loyalists won’t take any unfair decisions sitting down. As Chong’s digital survey rate increases, the more Comelec fears for its possible demise.

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The Supreme Court is About to Rule on Bongbong Marcos’ Electoral Protest

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By: Elena Grace Flores

Contrary to the media confusion, the revision of ballots in the vice presidential electoral protest case is already complete, according to the Supreme Court recently. The PET is actually closer to knowing the winner in the VP race in 2016. The case of former senator Bongbong Marcos against the presumptive Vice President Leni Robredo awaits the ruling of the SC whether the recount continues to the rest of the precincts in question or face its dismissal. Meanwhile, election fraud whistleblower, Atty. Glenn Chong swears to nail Comelec down if given the chance to be Senator. z

YouTube video by Ang Malayang Pilipino

[VIDEO]: “KASADO NA ANG PANDARAYA sa 2019!” – Atty. Glenn Chong’s Latest Revelation January 21, 2019 – 6PM

Mind Conditioning Effort by Robredo’s Camp

Marcos’ lawyer Vic Rodriguez slams Atty. Romulo Macalintal’s lies saying that they are nothing but an attempt to earn “media mileage” for his Senate bid. “Of course Robredo would claim the lead in as much as she has robbed Marcos of clear victory,” he said. Their camp always respects the views of Mrs. Robredo, he added. However, irrelevant, thoughtless or pathetic it may be,” Robredo’s camp should not resort to publicity whose “obvious intent is to preempt the PET with the aim of public mind conditioning.”

PET Case 005 is Almost Over

The PET’s final decision looms after it announces that the revision of ballots for pilot provinces in PET Case 005 is almost over. The Supreme Court said that the initial suspension of the revision is necessary to train revisors. Although, the recount resumes immediately. Edgar Aricheta, from the court, said that the process paves the way for a second appraisal of ballot boxes.

Supreme Court Protest on Precincts in Question

In his protest, Marcos assails the election results in 39,221 clustered precincts. Based on Commission on Elections data, the 39,221 clustered precincts are composed of 132,446 precincts. The initial recount that just resumes now tackle the unreadable ballots using the decrypted images as reference.

Massive Electoral Fraud

Marcos lost to Robredo by only 263,473 votes. He accuses her camp of massive electoral fraud. This includes pre-shading of ballots, pre-loading of Secure Digital cards, misreading of ballots, malfunctioning vote counting machines (VCMs) and an “abnormally high” undervotes for the position of Vice President.

Atty. Glenn Chong’s Testimony Against the Comelec

Clean election advocate, Atty. Glenn Chong who seeks for a seat in the Senate said that election manipulations already exist since 2010 until 2016. They are evident in documents and evidence found from the third district of Camarines Sur. Robredo was the former deputy of the House of Representatives from the place where many of the wet ballots are found. During a Senate hearing, Chong’s data coincides with Marcos’ accusations against his opponent. Recently, he discloses that a certain George Kintanar of the Comelec Advisory Council advices him to talk to the previous Chairman of the agency, Sixto or Boy Brillantes so that he can win in Biliran that he refuses. This can only mean that they can indeed manipulate election results.

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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

YouTube video byEagle News

[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.