This Leni Robredo’s statement on her first week as the co-chair of the Inter Agency Committee on Illegal Drugs has scandalized Pinoy Facebook netizens. So what did Leni say that riled up Pinoy Facebook netizens? According to the screenshot taken from News5AKSYON’s tweet and shared by DDS bloggers like Mark Lopez, Robredo said the reason she requested for a meeting with the Inter Agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Dr*gs was that she wants to know where to start and the data. An apparently incensed Atty. Trixie of the Facebook page Luminous by Trixie Angeles Cruz and Ahmed Paglinawan called out Robredo

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When President Duterte called Leni Robredo incompetent, only the DDS took the President seriously. Three percent of Filipinos rolled their eyes and cursed President Duterte to the high heavens for his irresponsible remarks they say. Robredo and Duterte critic La Salle Professor Antonio Contreras dedicated a four-paragraph FB post criticizing Robredo’s appointment to the anti-narcotics body calling it a huge ‘failure’ because it gives the Opposition the upper hand on the narrative. If there was one epic failure of this Admin, it is when they bluffed and offered Robredo a post. Now, the opposition has an upper hand

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Robredo accepts anti-dr#g [email protected] czar post with malevolent and malicious intent? This netizen think so! Read why! Well, that’s as far as the Facebook post of netizen Gil Ramos is concerned. Of course, US-based blogger Edwin Jamora polished Ramos’ FB post by providing the eye-grabbing title and highlighted the paragraphs for easy reading. Ramos said that with all sincerity, he thinks Leni accepted the dr$g [email protected] post with malicious and malevolent (evil) intent, calling it conflicted acceptance with deceptive and secret motives. Ramos compared Leni Robredo to the cheerleader of the squad whose mission is to derail the dr$g [email protected]

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Facebook netizen using the handle “Winona Cueva” greeted VP Leni Robredo with the lowdown or shall we say, the rude welcome just barely 24 hours after accepting the anti-drug czar post in the Duterte admin. Cueva opened the FB post by calling Locsin’s commentary on the dr^g war that we haven’t k!ll*d enough regardless if he was serious or not as most honest, candid and pragmatic she ever heard. “Whether Teddy Boy was kidding or serious when he said, “Maybe we haven’t killed enough,” that was the most honest, candid, and pragmatic statement I have ever heard said of the

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Netizen blogger Noel Sarifa expressed his reservation on President Duterte’s proposal or plan to give Leni Robredo the job as head of the government’s anti-illegal dr^g$ campaign. In a Facebook post published today, 29 October 2019, Sarifa clarified he loved President Duterte’s idea of giving Leni Robredo the authority to combat illegal dr^g$ so that she can showcase her abilities because she has always been critical of the Duterte admin’s execution of the WOD but she never offered her suggestions how to do it better either. However, like many Duterte supporters, including yours truly, Sarifa feared the Opposition camp and

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“LAWAY LANG ANG PUHUNAN!” That’s the nickname coined by Manila Bulletin writer Krizette Laureta Chu to best describe Leni Robredo. In other words, Leni Robredo is a “MEMA” or someone who will say something for the sake of giving one’s opinion. Why? According to Krizette, the job of the VP is to help not criticize. For example, Krizette said that Robredo may approach President Duterte and asks to have her get appointed as a head of a scholarship grants for the children of slain police officers who died while pursuing drug lords? Or Robredo may ask the President to form

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After the public backlash for calling Duterte’s [email protected] on dr^g$ a failure, Leni Robredo played, to borrow MJ Quiambao Reyes words, the LABAN LABAN, BAWI BAWI game. In case you missed yesterdays breaking news, the VP issued a statement denying calling for halt of the _______but simply asking the Duterte admin to reassess, not halt to ‘dr^g’ war. In short, she was simply asking for a tweak. However, MJ Quiambao Reyes, our favorite social media blogger said she was unconvinced of Robredo’s alibi she was misquoted for several reasons. First, she corrected herself 4-5 days later, not earlier. Reyes remarked

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MJ Quiambao Reyes, an international commodities trader by day and social media blogger in her spare time, couldn’t help but react at Leni Robredo’s statement that “time for Duterte to stop ‘failed’ drug war.” In a Facebook post published on 24 October 2019, Reyes remarked that Robredo’s statement drove her crazy. Reyes asked if Robredo ever get tired or embarrassed of her actions? In frustration, Reyes said that as long as the incumbent Vice President, in sarcastic tone, is intelligent as her, no matter how tired or sick President was, he will continue to rise in the morning to do

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No matter how you look at it, the message of the headlines of the majority of mainstream media including GMA News is telling Marcos and his supporters to quit because the manual recount of the votes has clearly spoken. And that Leni Robredo’s win over Marcos in the 2016 VP race was legit and the result of the manual recount just validated that. Well, don’t tell that to the face of lawyer Trixie Cruz-Angeles! In a Facebook post, GMA News receive a mouthful from Angeles for their obviously Robredo-leaning headline announcing that Robredo’s lead over Marcos widened after recount in

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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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