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Bongbong Marcos Pointed Out Square Marks, Dots on his Name in Images as Codes for Election Undervotes

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welcome By:

Elena Grace Flores

The technical and legal team of Bongbong Marcos’ Camp reviewed the decrypted ballot images in Camarines Norte for a week after receiving them from the PET. They discovered a lot of discrepancies in the soft copies of ballots during the last election. Marcos pointed out in a press conference that his votes were either not counted or considered undervotes. There were more than three million undervotes in the vice presidential race,” he stressed. Marcos presented some images of ballots from polling precincts to prove that the voting was manipulated in favor of Vice President Leni Robredo. He assailed the presence of questionable squares and dots on his name.






Youtube Video by Elena Grace Flores

[VIDEO]: In a Press Conference Bongbong Marcos shows how the soft copies of the ballots differ from the actual hard copies of voters.



Square Instead of Oval

Marcos questioned the existences of squares in the decrypted images which are oval in the actual ballots. Those were the spaces provided for voters to indicate the candidates that they voted. This is a new feature that the Comelec and Smartmatic added in the system. They did not inform the candidates of the presence of this feature in the images, he explained. He believes the Comelec should explain such anomaly. The substitution of the oval shapes in the ballot with squares in particular.




Undervotes in Robredo’s Favor

Marcos wondered why the votes in some precincts all votes went to Robredo even though two or more candidates were shaded in the ballots. These should be classified as undervotes. When it comes to our opponent, they counted for her the votes that were for the other candidates,” he added.




A Dot under Marcos’ Name

It is also very obvious that under Marcos’ name is a dot. This kind of vote is in the undervote count. Codes represent a command in the transmission of information. This is also a means of keeping the information secret. The letters and numbers are normally configured with dots and dashes in a digital program that can form a square.




Evidence of Digital Election Cheating

As obvious as it can be, Robredo insists that the impending recount of votes in connection with the electoral protest filed against her by Marcos would only affirm her victory in the May 2016 vice presidential race. She even denied Marcos’ allegation that they are delaying the process. Not satisfied, she also returned the blame on Marcos. Now, it is clear to him why PET let him pay for the decryption and give the copies to Robredo immediately while he is still waiting for the rest. Perhaps, they need some time to alter those records.





http://carelinkwebpr.com/2018/01/atty-trixie-bongbong-marcos-needs-only-200000-discrepancies-of-votes-in-camarines-sur-to-finish-election-recount/

http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2018/01/30/1782714/bongbong-marcos-bares-evidence-fraud-vice-presidential-race



[VIDEO]: In a Press Conference Bongbong Marcos shows how the soft copies of the ballots differ from the actual hard copies of voters.



Square Instead of Oval

Marcos questioned the existences of squares in the decrypted images which are oval in the actual ballots. Those were the spaces provided for voters to indicate the candidates that they voted. This is a new feature that the Comelec and Smartmatic added in the system. They did not inform the candidates of the presence of this feature in the images, he explained. He believes the Comelec should explain such anomaly. The substitution of the oval shapes in the ballot with squares in particular.




Undervotes in Robredo’s Favor

Marcos wondered why the votes in some precincts all votes went to Robredo even though two or more candidates were shaded in the ballots. These should be classified as undervotes. When it comes to our opponent, they counted for her the votes that were for the other candidates,” he added.




A Dot under Marcos’ Name

 




Never Forgotten

Unlike Robredo, the former Senator inspires Filipinos with their own sense of values. He stresses that the gallant SAF44 may be fallen but they are not forgotten. Their demise must remind the people that without the peace process, civil war is likely. Filipinos killing their own kind is the most painful thing to watch, he said. Marcos’ patriotism appeals to the public greatly, making Robredo the most hated VP as she continues to ruin the country’s image with her unfounded conclusions. February 2018 is a much-awaited event for the start of the recount.



http://carelinkwebpr.com/2018/01/atty-trixie-bongbong-marcos-needs-only-200000-discrepancies-of-votes-in-camarines-sur-to-finish-election-recount/

http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2018/01/30/1782714/bongbong-marcos-bares-evidence-fraud-vice-presidential-race



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There’s NO Question on Bongbong Marcos’ Electoral Protest Win but on Timing

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Bongbong Marcos is confident that he can prove his allegations against the victory of Vice President Leni Robredo through his electoral protest proceedings. He cites the very high undervotes of over 4 million in his chosen priority areas for the recount. Robredo’s lawyer, Atty. Bernadette Sardillo disputes this by saying that Marcos cannot claim those votes because the people also have the rights to not vote. Marcos stresses that though undervotes do happen, it cannot be as much as 4 million. Only fools can accept that, he said.






Youtube video from; PHILIPPINE NEWS ONLINE

[VIDEO]: NAKAKAHIYA! BONG BONG MARCOS SINUPALPAL ANG ABOGADO NI LENI ROBREDO




Expected Target Dates

Atty. George Garcia of the Marcos’ Camp discloses the expected target dates for the proceedings. Mid-August is the start of the recount. Revision of votes is expected in October after the recount. Finally, by February 2018, recount results from the key provinces .can already decide the fate of Marcos’ protest.




Marcos Supporters are Fed up with the Wait

In the entire experience of the Supreme Court, Garcia’s estimate on the schedule can be the fastest ever electoral protest that the PET handled. This is first of its kind. No template can be followed yet because its nature is original. However, Marcos supporters cannot understand why the recount can take that long when votes can be cast and counted the same day.










Recount is More Tedious

The recount process is more tedious than the election itself. It involves the retrieval of ballot boxes, manual counting, and tallying them with COC’s or other results to determine the anomaly. Given the distance of the 3 pilot areas, logistics can also add to the length of the process. Transport, security, and handling of ballot boxes from Iloilo, Camarines Sur, and Negros Occidental are things to carefully consider.

2019 Senatorial Race

If the final recount results estimate falls in February 2018 yet, the electoral protest can ultimately coincide with the 2019 Senatorial race. Delays can very well happen given the circumstance of the protest. By now, Marcos can already decide to run for another term as Senator or leave it to his sister, Imee Marcos so as not to jeopardize his VP fight.




http://news.abs-cbn.com/news/07/11/17/recount-of-2016-vice-presidential-votes-to-start-august-marcos-camp

Bongbong Marcos is Confident on Revision of Election Votes after Recount




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To Comelec: 3.2 Million Undervotes – Automated System Failure?

When it happens that some voters did not vote for the Vice Presidential position, it is quite surprising why the total number of 3.2 million undervotes is too high compared to the 1% acceptable rate? If there’s around 40 million registered voters turnout, It should only be around 400,000 undervotes?

Atty. George Garcia from Marcos’ camp, did not specualte that cheating through the server is the main culprit for the undervotes but he was wondering why undervotes are low in Marcos’ bailiwick and too high in areas where Leni Robredo has very large margin against Bongbong. Say for instance in Ilocos region, a Marcos territory only has around 14,000 undervotes but 207,000 were recorded in Visayas and more than 147,000 in Mindanao.

Undervoting is the term used when a voter did not put in a candidate for a particular position. So this does not mean that Marcos assumed that those were his stolen votes – but would like to know why such thing happened because it just did not justify winning or losing for around 200,000 votes when you have 3.2 undervotes. If that is the case then, this kind of automated system is a big failure!

References:

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/567775/news/nation/marcos-camp-claims-3-2m-undervotes-in-vp-race

http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2016/05/09/1581634/comelec-records-historic-81.62-voter-turnout