The President definitely knows about the massive cheating during the 2016 election. However, he is confident with his win despite Leni Robredo’s camp’s dragging him into Bongbong Marcos’ electoral protest controversy. In the first place, only the previous Aquino administration who has the capability to do such digital and traditional frauds. It just makes sense. Why would the “yellows” cheat for Du30?
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[VIDEO]: The millions of votes for defeated vice presidential candidate and former Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. could be an indication that there’s no longer trauma among Filipinos during the martial law years, President Du30 said.
The President is NOT Biased
Ever since the Marcos burial issue, the President never denies that he favors the Marcoses. However, he makes it a point to be lawful. His decisions from the Hero debate down to today’s Martial Law extension follow the Philippine Constitution. No favoritism on his part as far as his judgment is concerned. Nevertheless, he is free to say his opinion in a democratic country.
Not Millions are against the Marcoses
Du30 slammed the reporter’s comment on the alleged millions of people who are against the Marcoses. He said that the number of votes that Marcos gathered in the 2016 Vice Presidential race is the proof. The slim margin of about 200,000 from Robredo is even questionable with the large amounts of undervotes.
Bongbong Could Have Won
The President even repeated Marcos’ complaint that he was cheated. He said, maybe. If he was not cheated, he could have won. The son and the namesake whose real name is also Ferdinand Marcos, lost the election for vice president last 2016 election to VP Robredo by about 260,000 votes only. The recount is about to begin.
Dragged into the Election Integrity
The Palace already issued a statement that the first part of Marcos’ electoral protest that questions the integrity of the entire election does not affect the victory of the President at all. Just do the math. He won by over 6 million votes over Mar Roxas. Compare it to the slim margin between Marcos and Robredo. That in itself is self-explanatory.