The camp of Robredo accuses the Marcos force of violating Supreme Court (SC) rules in the ongoing recount of vice presidential votes. That was when one of their revisors allegedly used a plastic magnifying lens during the recount proceeding. “Nestor Borromeo opted to use a child’s plastic magnifying glass to see clearly. What difference will this make on the recounting of votes?” he asked.
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[VIDEO]: A unity walk happens in time for the anniversary of Bongbong Marcos’ filing of the electoral protest against VP Leni Robredo two years ago.
The manifestation of Grave Concern
In a manifestation of grave concern by Robredo’s lawyers, she calls out on Marcos revisor Nestor Borromeo for allegedly bringing and using a plastic magnifying lens on June 14. They consider it as a prohibited item. The Supreme Court had previously informed both parties that only papers can be brought inside the venue for the revision.
Rodriguez said they are expecting “more desperate disruptions” from the Robredo camp. “Not now that the proof of fraud and massive cheating is out in the open. We expect more desperate disruptions to come our way. After all, Robredo admitted in a recent TV interview that even though she was out of the loop with the current administration, her way of remaining relevant is “to try to disrupt in the manner in which her office has positioned itself,” he said.
Not Slowing Down
Marcos’ spokesperson said they will not allow disruptions. “We won’t allow the election protest to be ‘disrupted ‘ by her desperate, childish and obvious attempts to delay the recount. Instead, we will continue our commitment to the Filipino people to fight until each and every valid vote that was cast will be counted,” Rodriguez added.
United at the Supreme Court
The supporters of former Senator Bongbong Marcos blast Vice President Leni Robredo for the childish complaint. They take it as a malicious act of Robredo to suppress the truth. A gathering for unity to mark the June 29 electoral protest filing anniversary happens recently. It’s been two years and things are still too slow for the case to progress.