Bongbong Marcos is certain that he won the Vice Presidential election in 2016. He has concrete evidence for the massive digital fraud aided by Smartmatic. The whole Philippines was watching when the trend of the server transmissions for the vote counts got diverted in favour of Leni Robredo. It cannot be denied that Marcos is the real VP no matter how his rivals would deny it. Therefore, their last resort is to delay the process.
Youtube video from; Elena Grace Flores
[VIDEO]: Marcos detailed the anomalies done when the tracks of the voting count started to divert during the wee hours of the election night in 2016.
Preliminary Conference Postponed
The Supreme Court (SC) postponed the preliminary conference on Marcos’ election protest against Vice President Leni Robredo. The preliminary conference was originally set for June 21. It is reset to July 11 recently, SC spokesperson Theodore Te announced this last Tuesday night, June 6.
Marcos questioned how Robredo to reverse his early lead of 1 million votes after just a few hours. At about 7:30 pm on election day, a new script was introduced to the Transparency Server that coincides with the sudden shift of the counting trend. After the alteration, his lead decreased by about 1% to 2% every update for 26 times. This resulted in the increase of votes for Leni Robredo’s contrary to surveys.
The Liberal Party can only do everything in their powers to delay the electoral protest. The SC’s decision to postpone the preliminary conference is the answer to Comelec and Robredo’s pleas that they need more time. These government agencies are known to house former President Noynoy Aquino’s appointees. He vows to block Marcos from the executive office. Just like Robredo.
The President’s Choice
The President longs for the day that Marcos finally claims his VP seat because he is ready to retire. There’s no way that he would vacate his place for as long as Robredo is the VP. He ran in connivance with Binay, Honasan, and Marcos that whoever wins must take the government from the hands of the Liberal Party. This is so far achieved – but the question is, for how long?