The debate rages on whether Robredo should continue serving under the Duterte admin while acting as a voice of the opposition is making the rounds online. In light of this, one commenter sees nothing wrong with VP Robredo voicing out her stance on certain issues like expressing her sentiment on the spike of deaths among drug suspects. Alexia Fuentes wrote: I don’t see how Leni is acting like an Opposition for suggesting a probe on the growing cases of drug-related extrajudicial killings, especially if the Duterte administration itself is confident that it has nothing to do with it; following Duterte’s

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A viral posts claiming Jesse Robredo was investigating Gen. Pagdilao before his plane mysteriously plunges into the sea is making the rounds online. In a separate Facebook post shared more than 200 and 800 times respectively, two different FB pages made the claim that the former DILG Secretary was investigating the illegal drug trade in the country and discovered that some PNP generals are allegedly involved. The former DILG Secretary informed President Pnoy about his investigation. As Robredo dug deeper, he discovered that they had links to Palace officials. Check out the full text below. Don’t scoff at it as

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The photo of Senator Delima and the Parojinogs of Ozamiz City is making the rounds online and has stirred intrigues and speculations among netizens. In a Facebook post shared more than 700 times as of Monday afternoon, Ambag Bayan Central uploaded the photo of the lady senator posing for posterity with the father and daughter tandem of Reynaldo Parojinog Sr. and Vice Mayor Nova Princess Parojinog-Echavez. The page Ambag Bayan Central provided an intriguing caption to go with the photo and quote: Show me who your friends are and I’ll tell you who you are! The Ambag Bayan Central further

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In a news article published recently by GMA News, Sen. Leila de Lima urged President Duterte to remind the police about the importance of following the law while carrying out his administration’s all-out offensive against illegal drugs. She said she sees nothing wrong of President Duterte’s rhetoric to rally the law enforcers in the fight against illegal drugs, however, the lady senator cautions the President when barking the marching orders to the law enforcers because this could embolden them to break the law. Previously, the lady Senator and former Secretary of Justice told GMA News that she plans to conduct

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It’s final! VP Robredo has finally been offered a post to President Duterte’s Cabinet as HUDCC Chief and she readily accepted it without reservations. In a report filed by Rappler, the appointment of VP Robredo was offered via a phone conversation when Rocky Ignacio of PTV asked President Duterte once again if the former gets a Cabinet post from his administration. Whether the President was tired hearing the same question or not, to the surprise of the Malacanang reporters, the President called VP Robredo over the phone asking her if she will accept a Cabinet post which the latter gladly

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The viral post of a former Cebu Governor might tell us something about a PNP General tagged by Pres. Duterte as drug protector has been doing the rounds online. Representative Gwendolyn Garcia and former Cebu Governor shared an insightful but yet unflattering narrative about General Garbo. In the post, Representative Garcia of Cebu recalled her “spirited exchange of words” with then Assistant Regional Director Garbo after the latter turned down her request that the PDEA, the AFP and the PNP to join hands in the province total all-out war against illegal drugs. Please read the full text of her post

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A post belying Roxas earlier denial that PNP generals linked to the illegal drug trade helped him in failed presidential bid is making the rounds online. In a Facebook post shared more than 1000 times, the page VOVph uploaded a photo or a meme showing three of the five generals named by President Duterte as drug protectors joined the campaign sortie of Mar Roxas, debunking the latter’s claim made in an earlier statement to GMA News that reads: Nakarating po sa aking atensiyon na may ilang online site at traditional media outlet na nagbabansag sa ilang heneral bilang ‘Roxas Generals.’

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After getting the flak from netizens sympathetic to President Duterte, journalist Arpee Lazaro responds to critics in a Facebook post. So what did exactly Mr. Lazaro say that merited the attention of the netizens, especially the Duterte supporters? The answer lies in below. Daming nagreact when I said “langaw na nakasabit kay duterte”. apparently many have missed the reference because many millenials have forgotten the expression, “ang langaw pag nakatuntong sa kalabaw, mataas pa sa kalabaw.” Obviously the “langaw” i referred to were the new public officials who used to be based in Davao, friends or classmates of Duterte, who

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The post regarding the 6M paint job for the Yolanda bunkhouses in Tacloban has been widely talked and debated by netizens lately. In a Facebook post, PULPOLitika, an FB Page known for exposing anomalies in government, wrote that the Commission on Audit is asking the DPWH to explain the 6M paint job for the Yolanda bunkhouses in Tacloban. According to PULPOLitika, 5,869 gallons of paint were purchased for the 248 bunkhouses for victims of Super Typhoon Yolanda in Leyte. Let me quote the COA report released on Friday. It appeared that almost 24 gallons of paint were consumed for each

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A post lambasting VP Leni Robredo for her alleged expensive wardrobe worn during the AFP event has been making the rounds online. In a Facebook post, Showbiz Government published a meme showing VP Leni Robredo wearing an expensive wardrobe allegedly created by Veejay Floresca, a Filipino fashion designer renowned in high fashion circles. The Robredo critics wasted no time in bashing the VP Robredo for her wardrobe choice. Marjai V. Lim wrote: Ung Mali Kasi pretentious Sya Na kesyo simple Sya ganyan Pero Maluho naman talaga ang Mga pamamaraan Nia 😂😂 tama Na Kasi ang false humility at false simplicity,

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