It is a pity watching Bongbong Marcos’ haters spread more biased writeups about him in Isabelle Daza’s web platform. Their comments and insights are clear indications that they are the major victims of the Liberal Party’s misinformation campaign ever since Martial Law days. Unlike Leni Robredo who is always defensive, Marcos just laugh them off – an important manifestation how well he learned from his family’s expeerience.
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[VIDEO]: Sen. Bongbong Marcos – CNN Interview with Mitzy Borromeo
Yellow Netizens, an article said, didn’t appreciate how mild the insults were thrown to Bongbong Marcos in Daza’s “Haters Do Hate” show episode. The majority of the people are aware that Marcos’ return to public office is much awaited – not only by his supporters but also by his detractors. His electoral protests against Leni Robredo and the discreet burial his father in the Libingan ng Mga Bayani are bashed by Liberal Party people. But no one can deny the good deeds of the Marcos administration and Bongbong Marcos; competence in governance, if given the chance to be president.
Tortured, Killed and Imprisoned
False data says that there are167, 636 Billion loot, 3,240 killed, 34,000 tortured, and 70,000 imprisoned during martial law. They are all blamed to the late father of Bongbong Marcos. Needless to say, what does it have to do with the son, Bongbong Marcos? Aside from these unfounded allegations, the son is not liable to his father’s mistakes if he really did commit those crimes.
Bongbong Marcos’ Political Career
Bongbong Marcos ranked 16th as part of the Nationalist People’s Coalition or NPC ticket. He got more than 8 million votes. That number of votes is higher than former vice president Arturo Tolentino. Marcos returned to local politics after a 3-year break as governor of Ilocos Norte in 1998. He served for 3 terms. Bongbong reclaimed his former post at the House of Representatives. He was also selected House Deputy Minority Leader. In 2010, Bongbong decided to go national again. For his senatorial campaign, he allied with the Nacionalista Party or NP of presidential candidate Manuel Villar. That’s where he earned the ire of KBL stalwarts. The new political alliance was favorable to Marcos, because he placed 7th in the senatorial polls, with over 13 million votes. Almost the same number of votes in the 2016 VP race which should be a lot more than that given his rising popularity.
Delay on Protest against Robredo
Marcos recently slammed Vice President Leni Robredo for resorting to dilatory tactics. This is to prevent the immediate resolution of the election protest he filed against her. In an 11-page reply to Robredo’s opposition of his motion to set the case for preliminary conference, Marcos through his counsel George Erwin Garcia stressed the vice president’s objection was “obviously dilatory.” By law, the Tribunal could have set the same as early as Sept. 9, 2016. Robredo’s opposition was designed to prevent the truth about the massive cheating in the May 2016 elections from coming out, Marcos revealed.