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Nieto: Du30 Follows Marcos Rule Book to Drag Bongbong to Succession Line as Supreme Court Reorganizes

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Elena Grace Flores

Thinking Pinoy’s Joseph Nieto laid out his thoughts based on the theories he got from alleged reliable sources on the scenario that the LP tries to get rid of President Du30. January to April is crucial for the Filipino leader to stay in power or perhaps survive an assassination attempt following the Marcos’ rule book. This is to prevent the LP to rule the country again. Once Du30 gets through this stage, his appointees can dominate in the Supreme Court. Bongbong Marcos’ election protest against Leni Robredo can then progress speedily. Therefore, it is given that Ferdinand Marcos’ namesake’s VP post take over is likely to happen before the end of 2018.






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[VIDEO]: Bongbong Marcos VP na sa 2018! | LP MAY 2 OPTIONS LABAN kay PDU30




Du30’s First and Second Supreme Court Appointees

Supreme Court Associate Justices Samuel Martires and Noel Tijam re the first and second appointees of President Du30 to the high court. They both came from the San Beda College of Law where the Chief Executive also graduated. This event coincides with RJ Nieto’s initial theory.




New Comelec Chair

Comelec Commissioner Sheriff Abas breaks many firsts in the poll body. He has yet to pass the Commission on Appointments to become the new Comelec chair. If so, he can be the first Comelec chair from Mindanao where the President is from. He has studied at the Ateneo de Davao University. Abas, 38, then becomes the youngest head of the poll body. Absolutely the first Comelec commissioner to become Comelec chair. By the look of it, he can be more loyal to the President than to the former President Pnoy who first appointed him as commissioner.







Abas’ Appointment Coincides with SC Changes

Abas’ nomination comes as Duterte pushes for a federal form of government. The movement requires a plebiscite run by the Comelec. Besides, the lower house is already at the back of the President with the supermajority. The remaining SC retirement replacements around the 2nd and 3rd quarter of 2018 should give the ruling party the majority votes during en banc sessions.

Fearless Analysis

As a legitimate blogger, Nieto has the right to convey his analysis of the scenarios that might happen given the facts that he has access to as an avid supporter of the President. Both the administration and its detractor must play the game both in politics and through the media. It is noted that Robredo receives more favorable rulings from the Supreme Court than Bongbong Marcos nowadays. That can change drastically after the first quarter of 2018. When that happens, Nieto can be right that there is an intention for Marcos to be VP next year that can make the President safe from bad intentions.

https://www.rappler.com/nation/189442-comelec-chairman-sheriff-abas-profile-first-mindanao

LOOK: Duterte’s first appointees to the Supreme Court

Bongbong Marcos: Why Does Robredo Demands Ballot Soft Copies WITHOUT Paying Liability?



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Is the Supreme Court Fair?: Robredo Gets the Soft Copies that Bongbong Marcos Paid

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Elena Grace Flores

The Supreme Court grants VP Leni Robredo’s request to provide her soft copies of the ballots and reports from the decrypted secure digital (SD) cards with no reason. These are from the provinces of Camarines Sur, Iloilo and Negros Oriental. They are the three pilot provinces designated by Marcos for his election protest priority provinces. Robredo earlier opposed this. In fact, she succeeds in blocking the ARMM Technical Test. Marcos thinks as per the previous interview that she should not have that privilege because she has no share in its costs.






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[VIDEO]: Bongbong  Marcos said that missing votes and undervotes can be verified through technical examination in the pilot provinces where soft copies and printed images are put on records.




Marcos Shouldered the Payment

The ongoing decryption activity was initiated solely by Marcos. He had to shoulder the decryption fee of Php 2.9M including an additional Php 2M for the initial supplies required by the COMELEC. Robredo did not join him in this undertaking. In fact, she aggressively opposed it from the start.




Robredo Camp is Happy with the Decision

Robredo’s Camp welcomes the PET’s decision because. It provides them with the additional security that the votes of the VP are the same as they are on the SD cards,” Robredo’s legal counsel Romulo Macalintal said. They can now coordinate with the Comelec to deal with procedure and supplies necessary for the soft copies, he added.







She said He said

The Comelec assures parties at the start of the decryption process last October 23. That the soft copies are for both camps. It is beneficial for them to protect their rights and interests in this election protest, she said. Marcos never questions that. He just stresses that ethically, Robredo should have a share in the expenses and must not block their actions anymore if she is for the truth to come out.

Unfair or No Big Deal?

The former senator paid for the cost of decryption and printing of ballot images from the pilot provinces amounting to P2,974,075 to be exact on top of is other expenses. Robredo seems to develop a habit to let Marcos pay for any major proceeding in the electoral protest. She has not even paid for her second installment of 7 million Pesos for her counter-protest. Comelec must look into its dismissal to be fair at least.

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/news/nation/635081/pet-allows-robredo-to-secure-copies-of-ballot-images/story/

Bongbong Marcos: Why Does Robredo Demands Ballot Soft Copies WITHOUT Paying Liability?



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How Does Glenn Chong’s Promise on Trillanes Avenge Bongbong Marcos’ Election Plight?

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Elena Grace Flores

Atty. Glenn Chong announces that the cases that they filed against the critic of President, Senator Antonio Trillanes IV  are the following as per his group’s promise:

  1.  Art. 142 of Revised Penal Code for inciting to Sedition
  2. Art. 136 of Revised Penal Code for Proposal to Commit Coup d’etat
  3. Sec 3(e) of Republic Act No. 3019 for graft and corruption.

He also explained the basis of the cases against the Senator. Aside from this development, he launches a campaign to call on the government not to use Smartmatic in 2019 after what happened to Bongbong Marcos.






Video by; Mentong Tiu

[VIDEO]: How do you solve a problem like SmartMatic? Dahil ang SmartMatic po, kung wala tayong magawa upang mapigilan ito, ay ang ‘syang magbibilang nanaman ng boto sa 2019. As our guest, Former Congressman Glenn Chong, a Clean Elections Advocate, would describe it, it is a dreadful prospect.




Congress Support

Most loyalists believe that the key to the Du30-Marcos tandem realization is to give fake newsmakers like Trillanes a lesson.  This can even stop any destabilization efforts on a big scale. Cebu Representative Gwen Garcia who wants the truth to come out on the 2016 VP race also suggests running after the resigned Comelec Chair, Andy Bautista aside from the measures to manage Trillanes’ bullying.




Backing Bongbong Marcos

Lawyer, Atty. Glenn Chong earlier discloses to the Former Comelec Chairman Sixto Brillantes that the Liberal Party falls into his trap. This is to solely determine the party’s connivance with the Comelec. Therefore measuring the fraud committed against Bongbong Marcos. Just recently, Chong’s group fulfills its promise to make Trillanes liable for inciting rebellion. His negative remarks on the President are just harmful to the administration.







Privilege Speech Gone Wrong

Chong said that Senator Antonio Trillanes incited a coup in his Senate privilege speech on October 13, 2017. He also did the same violation during his speeches at the Tindig Pilipinas launching in University of the Philippines.

 

Not Protected by the Constitution

Chong said that Trillanes’ privilege speech is not protected by the constitution. He can be held liable for what he said against the President. He also gave an example of a U.S Supreme Court Case where an American Senator had faced charges for allegedly accepting bribes in exchange for his vote in the Senate. According to the U.S Senator Brewster, his speech was protected by the U.S Constitution, but the Supreme Court justices ruled that he committed a crime and accepting bribes is not protected by the law. In the case of Trillanes, Atty. Chong said that the critic of the President violated Article 142 and 136.

Pro-Bongbong Marcos Lawyer Glenn Chong Aids in Trillanes’ Sedition Case

Lawyer and 2 former CHR commissioners file sedition raps against Trillanes: We kept our promise





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Pro-Bongbong Marcos Lawyer Glenn Chong Aids in Trillanes’ Sedition Case

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Elena Grace Flores

Lawyer, Atty. Glenn Chong previously told Former Comelec Chairman Sixto Brillantes that he deliberately set up a trap to determine the connivance of the Commission on Election with the Liberal Party. This is to allegedly deny Bongbong Marcos of the VP post during the 2016 poll. Just recently, Chong’s name re-emerges as one of Senator Antonio Trillanes IV’s complainants in his sedition and rebellion cases. Earlier, the President signed a tougher penalty for such cases. Perhaps, not just a coincidence but a strategic move to put power abusive politicians into their right places to clean up the government from anti-administration stalwarts.






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[VIDEO]: Senator Trillanes faces sedition and rebellion charges.




Trillanes’ Sedition and Rebellion Charges

Criminal charges are filed against Senator Trillanes for allegedly inciting rebellious acts against the administration. The complainants are a group of lawyers led by former Negros Oriental Rep. Jacinto “Jing” Paras. They filed the complaint before the Pasay City Prosecutor’s Office. The 15-page complaint-affidavit filed by Manuelito Luna, representing the group of Paras, accused the senator of inciting to sedition, proposing to commit coup d’etat, and graft. Atty. Chong joined Nasser Marohomsalic, Nestor Ifurung, Eligio Mallari and Eduardo Bringas, and Louise Biraogo for the move.




The Lawyer Group’s Arguments

“Trillanes not only repeatedly uttered seditious words or speeches. He unabatedly circulated scurrilous libels against the President. These tend to disturb the public peace. They also repeatedly incited others to inflict any hate or revenge upon his person,” they said. The group urges government prosecutors to conduct an immediate preliminary investigation and file the necessary charges against Trillanes in court as evidence warrants. The complainants claimed that Trillanes “committed conspiracy or proposal to commit coup d’ Etat” for encouraging the military to rise up in arms against the Filipino leader.







Tougher Penalty

Du30 has signed into law RA 10951. It imposes tougher penalties for persons who committed treason, sedition, rebellion and other crimes under the Revised Penal Code. He signed RA 10951 on August 29. Under the new law, those who committed treason will be punished with Reclusion Perpetua and a fine not exceeding P4 million.

No Escaping Jail Term for Prision Mayor

The law says that a person committing conspiracy to commit coup d’ etat, rebellion or insurrection shall be punished by prision mayor in its minimum period with a fine not exceeding P1 million from the previous P8,000. Prision mayor involves jail term from 6 years to 12 years.Prision correctional with a fine not exceeding P400,000 shall be imposed on its medium period while a fine not exceeding P1 million on its maximum period. Prision correctional has a jail term 6 months to 6 years. Those who commit sedition would suffer the penalty of prision mayor in its minimum period and a fine not exceeding P1 million from the previous P10,000. Can this be a government clean-up drive for the big change?

http://pinoytrendingnews.net/did-atty-glenn-chong-just-reveals-the-people-behind-the-election-fraud-that-cost-bongbong-marcos-vp-post/

Duterte signs law on stiffer penalties for treason, other crimes

Trillanes faces sedition charges





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Mainstream Media Starts to Report on Bongbong Marcos’ Initial Victory

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Elena Grace Flores

Gone are the days when people rely on the mainstream media news particularly TV reports to confirm big events. However, in today’s digital age, Facebook got them first. But some people still have doubts until such information is shown on the home screens. The initial report of Bongbong Marcos’ recent victory against the COMELEC which insists on his liability over the election storage fees overseas now starts in the broadcasting networks.






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[VIDEO]: The Supreme Court rules that the COMELEC must pay for the storage fees of election materials in foreign posts.
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COMELEC’s Lack of Discretion

The Supreme Court says its order to safeguard the poll materials abroad should not stop the Commission on Elections from moving the materials back to the country. As long as they can assure that such process is safe. In the sense that the evidence remains intact for the purpose.




The Supreme Court’s Decision

The Supreme Court (SC), sitting as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET), ruled that the Commission on Elections (Comelec) must pay for the storage fees of election materials kept in foreign posts. In a 6-page decision dated October 10, the PET denied the Comelec’s petition requesting that the storage fees be shouldered instead by former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr, who had filed an electoral protest against Vice President Leni Robredo.







The Poll Body Wanted Marcos to Pay for its Liability

The Comelec reasoned that it could not bring back these election materials to the country within the period required by the PPO, resulting in additional costs. It earlier suggests to let Marcos pay because of his electoral protest against Vice President Leni Robredo. But the PET did not agree. It said that the PPO did not prohibit the Comelec from transferring the election materials to the poll body’s main office in Intramuros, Manila.

Strong Public Force

It can be felt via social media that the public is already getting fed up with the slow progress of the recount. This is the only way to resolve the legitimacy of the Vice Presidency. There are obvious forces that contribute to its delay as the majority of Filipinos shout for the immediate recount online. Why can’t mainstream media do the same if they are of the people?

https://www.rappler.com/nation/186845-sc-comelec-marcos-payment-storage-fees-ballot-boxes-abroad