By: Elena Grace Flores Congressman Lito Atienza, Buhay Party List representative stresses in his speech in Congress that he believes Bongbong Marcos was cheated in the 2016 election. He also advised him that there’s nothing he can do about it because of Comelec’s cover-up on Smartmatic’s fiasco uncovered by clean election enthusiast, Atty. Glenn Chong who is running for Senator for the 2019 Senatorial race. z
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Evidence of the VP Election Fraud in 2016
The camp of former Senator Bongbong Marcos reveals that the soft copy of ballots they presented as proof of supposed election fraud in 2016 came from the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) itself. Lawyer Vic Rodriguez, a spokesperson of Marcos, made the claim in a statement denying Vice President Leni Robredo camp’s accusation that the evidence was “fake and fabricated.” “Her accusation though is tantamount to dishonoring the PET because it is the source of the soft copies of all the ballot images we presented,” Rodriguez said.
The poll cheating battle becomes the tandem of Comelec and Smartmatic versus TanDem (Tanggulang Demokrasya). Lawyer Glenn Chong of TanDem reinforces the revelations made by Senate President Vicente Sotto 3rd in his privilege speeches last March 6 and 14, 2018. Sotto exposes the irregularities in the 2016 national and local elections. This includes the existence of queueing servers, early transmission of votes, and foreign remote access to the election servers. He claims that his source provides him with system logs that show these anomalies. These data happen to be from the PET.
The Comelec Cover Up
Former Biliran congressman Glenn Chong made a step by step discussion of the system logs in his possession. He compares it point by point with Sotto’s revelations. In the end, Chong proves that Sotto’s exposé is consistent with the entries in the system logs. Of course, Comelec and Smartmatic would not admit any errors on their part – just like what Atienza said beforehand. The alleged early transmission of votes and the existence of secret servers are all set aside by the poll body.
Chong Questions the Comelec with Proof
Chong asserts that 459 transmissions from the municipality of Ragay, Camarines Norte were made on the early morning of May 8. This is only a day before the 2016 elections. However, as shown on the logs, and as per the Comelec, no vote-counting machines from Ragay were working on May 8. So, the big question now is who sent the transmissions early on that day?
Comelec Cannot Discredit the PET
Senator Franklin Drilon was quick to ask Chong where he got his data. Well, to the surprise of the senators, the system logs came from Comelec itself. It turned out that the Senate Electoral Tribunal (SET), in the election protest case of Francis Tolentino v. Leila de Lima, had subpoenaed those logs and Comelec had submitted them to the SET. Chong then accesses them through a PET session.