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Accusers of Fake News are the Doers: Senator Trillanes and VP Robredo


welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Fake news is a media release that is not true. Asec Mocha Uson denies the accusation that she is guilty of this doing this. Uson bravely points out that the obvious fake news details are from Senator Antonio Trillanes IV and Vice President Leni Robredo. It is noted that both politicians always rant that they are victims of fake news.

[VIDEO]: Saksihan paano sinunog ni Mocha Uson si Trillanes at Robredo, napagtawanan sila ng mga anchor

Anti-Fake News Bill

PARTY-LIST Rep. Carlos Isagani Zarate of Bayan Muna warns local journalists that the proposed anti-fake news bill has a “very broad scope. It may infringe on the people’s constitutionally-guaranteed freedom of expression.” But Uson is in favor of the bill because it can trace who really are the fake news perpetrators.

Media Strategy

Isagani advised the media; “What can be done to address fake news is for mainstream and social media practitioners to be objective in reporting events and for Congress to fast-track the passage of the freedom of information bill for the Filipino people to know what is truly happening in the country,” he said.

Undemocratic Trillanes

Both anti-administration government officials, Trillanes and Robredo become the subject of online criticisms for discrediting the popular Philippine President. Just recently, Trillanes becomes a laughing stock after BBC anchor Stephen Sackur finds out that he is undemocratic despite his claim that he is a Democrat. He simply does not know what democracy is. He blames his ignorance to the Filipinos when he himself is not aware how Shabu has seriously spread nationwide.

Ambitious Robredo

VP Robredo also shows that she’s too ambitious to become president immediately by telling the UN in its side event that the President’s drug war is responsible for thousands of killings in the country. She urges the people with the help of the international bodies to stop the strongman. However, her efforts died down when the figures she used were verified and found out to be false or exaggerated.

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