An apparently exasperated netizen who happens to be a former public school teacher and now a resident of Australia has taken to Facebook slamming the Opposition who made Palace Spokesman Sal Panelo commute to work. Netizen Veronica del Rio remarked that since the Opposition had made Panelo commute, why not include all the senators like Poe and make her commute from her house to the senate. No media and alone. Del Rio also dared Villar to do her own research and try planting rice or harvest rice. Del Rio remarked that traffic was even worse in the 90’s in Rizal.

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The most frequently asked question among supporters of Bongbong Marcos and even non Marcos supporters is, “if there is widespread fraud, can Leni Robredo get jailed?” According to lawyer Trixie Cruz-Angeles, Leni Robredo goes to jail if indeed there was a widespread election fraud and it is proven that Robredo had full knowledge, consented and participated in the commission of such act. Angeles called the question complicated but she said it can be done by filing a criminal case for violation of the Election Code. However, since the case is bailable, no one goes to jail immediately. If found guilty,

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Well, if you listen to Leni Robredo’s camp, they believed they won the latest round versus Bongbong Marcos’ electoral protest. Of course Robredo and her camp have every reason to be very optimistic. After all, the SC acting as the PET granted the motion of Robredo camp asking the PET to release to the parties the report on the revision and appreciation of ballots in the three pilot provinces, and for them to comment thereon. Meanwhile, pro-Marcos lawyer Larry Gadon wants to rain on the parade of Robredo and her camp by claiming otherwise. In a Facebook post published 15

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Three policemen could lose their jobs after a netizen caught them on video allegedly playing online games inside the police precinct while on duty. The video was apparently sent by netizen Owace Robie to call the attention of the public and the PNP by providing a vivid description of his unforgettable experience with the few rotten eggs in the PNP. Nang nagpunta po ako sa presinto kaninang alas 3 ng madaling araw para humingi responde dahil my nangyaring insidente sa lugar namin may sinaksak tapos ganyan lang po reaksyon nila naglalaro ng (ML) MOBILE LEGENDS sa oras ng trabaho imbes

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Karambola host and lawyer Trixie Cruz-Angeles has taken to social media to suggest that the motive behind those claiming transport crisis is nothing but politics in her latest Facebook post. Angeles suspected the timing of those claiming behind the “transport crisis” trend. Angeles said that Metro Manila traffic has been here but based on her personal experience, some days traffic is unusually bad, some days traffic is the normal traffic. For example, she was an hour late to report for her Karambola radio show months ago 3 to 4 times but adjusted her departure from home and since then, she

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The days of the New People’s Army members using the “human rights activists” card when captured by the military or the police is now over! Remember the three women and four other individuals apprehended in police checkpoint in Taytay Palawan last week and one of them introduced herself as human rights worker Glendhyl Malabanan, regional staff KARAPATAN Southern Tagalog? Malabanan and company strongly denied owning the grenades, subversive materials, firearms and ammunition confiscated by the police upon their apprehension, calling the whole thing a police charade. KARAPATAN or Alliance for the Advancement of people’s Rights is an alliance of individuals,

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Perhaps fed up with the finger pointing of the opposing camps for the worsening traffic in Metro Manila, a netizen decides to write an open letter addressed to the opposing parties and their supporters. International commodities trader and active social media blogger MJ Quiambao Reyes wrote an open letter to set the record straight in regards to the Metro Manila traffic issue. MJ Reyes began by addressing Renato Reyes of Anakbayan and those she called with selective amnesia that the Duterte government neither not start the traffic problem nor made it worse, especially in Metro Manila. MJ Reyes urged critics

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A furious Atty. Bruce Rivera has taken to Facebook to educate netizens the difference between transport crisis and traffic crisis. Rivera explained that when you say transport crisis, it means there is a lack of transportation facilities. Rivera said Panelo has proven his point there are ample transportation to be able to move around. In fact, we have an oversupply of mode of public transport in our roads and not enough of the rails (trains). That explains why have traffic. Rivera quizzed netizens what did Panelo prove? Rivera answered his own question and said we have enough buses, taxis, public

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For the nth time, radio host Mark Lopez defended the Duterte government from criticism on social media that the country is facing a transport crisis. Lopez admitted indeed there is a transport crisis as claimed by Duterte critics like Renato Reyes of Anakbayan and GMA News analyst Richard Heydarian. However, Lopez was quick to point out that the so-called TRANSPORT CRISIS the Duterte critics are crying out loud on social media did not happen only during the Duterte administration. Lopez said the TRANSPORT CRISIS started in 2014 when Duterte was not even the President yet. He cited two old articles

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This is no longer surprising! ABS-CBN and its subsidiary getting caught red handed peddling misleading and clickbait headlines? For the nth time, Sec. Art Tugade of the DOTr was the victim of ANC’s tabloid journalism. According to an ABS-CBN article, two government officials backed out of the commute challenge, alluding to DOTr Sec. Art Tugade and MMDA Spokesperson Celine Pialago. It can be recalled Tugade was asked by reporters if he will do the commute challenge and the DOTR Sec. answered in the negative. Said he will not commute for the sake of a dare. Besides, Tugade said he has

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