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
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[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.