By: Elena Grace Flores
Sangkay Janjan TV
Pulse Asia Never Had 60%
A political analyst justifies to Karen Davila that Bongbong Marcos may have benefitted from the withdrawal of Mayor Inday Sara and Bong Go. That’s why he got more than half of the votes according to reputable surveys. He admits that it never happened in the history of Pulse Asia that a candidate got that many votes. Although, people knew quite well that Marcos was surging even before Mayor Sara and Go withdrew.
Not False Majority but First and Super Majority for Bongbong Marcos
A false majority is the tyranny of the minority. Meaning, the candidate has the most votes but did not get more than half because other candidates get some shares as well. A Majority vote is simply more than half of the votes cast. A qualified majority or a “supermajority” is a number of votes above a specified percentage example two-thirds of the votes. The 60% rating of Marcos proves that he’s the First and Super Majority, not False Majority.
Where are the Voters of Leni Robredo in 2016
Karen Davila is right to question where are the voters of Robredo now? This coincides with the INC’s inquiry as to where did the votes of their members went for Bongbong Marcos in 2016 for the VP post? The answer is quite obvious. There must be fraud!