Beast mode Sara Duterte responds to troll making “sumbat” of Daddy Rody’s appointment as vice mayor by Cory

Following Sara Duterte’s rant on Facebook making “sumbat” to LP senators, someone asks Sara if they had repaid the Aquinos in return on Twitter.

A netizen with a Twitter handle asks Sara: “Likewise. Your father was appointed by Cory Aquino to be Vice Mayor. What did you pay the Aquino in return?”

The netizen’s tweet did not escape Sara Duterte’s radar and posted a long response on Facebook to silence the wayward “sumbat” of the troll.

In the Facebook post, Sara said that Digong had fully paid his debt to Cory Aquino by standing behind her in all the coup d’ etats launched against Cory, supporting her admin and working for Davao City as Cory expected of him.

Sara added that Digong also supported Pnoy when he ran for the President in 2010 thru the intercession of Roxas.

You may read the full post below for your reference.

Sure, let’s discuss this–

1) In various years, yung 2 Senador humingi ng tulong and then nung nanalo si PRD naging bayani na sila laban kay PRD. Yung 1 naman gusto mag VP, humingi ng tulong pero rejected. In 1986, the Cory group lumapit kay Digong para mag vice mayor dahil Duterte siya and lahat ng Davao politicians at that time may kulay ni Marcos. From Prosecutor gusto ni Digong mag judge pero yes tumulong siya kay Cory. Are we all on the same boat? No. Nevertheless, nagtatanong ang angas mo, how we paid the Aquinos. Fine. Nagbayad si Digong- sa lahat ng coup d’ etat against Cory, he supported her admin and he worked for Davao City as Cory expected of him.

2) 1980s Davao, hindi ka puwed maglakad mag isa o lumabas sa gabi – the criminals and NPA owned Davao. May dalawang beses ako naglakad papasok sa skwela na nahold-up in daylight yung nasa harap namin, yung kutsilyo sa leeg kind of day. Schoolmate ko hinostage sa bahay nila ng addict, namatay siya, buhay yung one year old na kapatid pero laslas ang leeg. Sa Agdao, pulis nagtatrabaho, headshot ng NPA Sparrow. Digong turned it around, NPA napunta sa bundok, crime incidence went down. Pumasok na ang Jollibee! yung regular yum na hindi mo pinapansin kasi we all know yeah you’ve tried better burgers, dalaga na ako nung una sila nagluto sa Davao. Cory was paid, Davao was opened to the world and Jollibee talaga ang peg nito.

3) In 2010, Nagbayad kami ulit ke Cory, we assisted PNoy in the elections through the intercession of Roxas. Nobody can question tagatak pawis ko kakasigaw sa lahat ng stage sa Davao na iboto si Noynoy. Ako Mayor nun, how did I pay? Private businesses boomed. Dalawa na SM namin sa Davao! I know right, SM lang naexcite agad kami. Kami Mindanaoans, dito sa Davao naggo-grocery sa NCCC, kain ice cream sa Gmall, nood sine sa Abreeza, lahat na sa paningin mo na kacheapan na kaekalatan sini-celebrate namin dito. Nairita na nga ang mga Dabawenyos dahil sa billion peso progress, over sa traffic, dami nasa ilalim ng informal economy, omg ang informal settlers! Pacencya na, nandito kasi sa Davao ang pera. Davao is always the example that there is hope. Davao became the rallying point for Mindanao, PNoy duly paid.

4) Ito lang ang argumento na kami na ang tumulong, kami pa magbayad sa mga Aquinos. Labo. Anyway, we paid by keeping quiet and focusing on Davao. Sumasagot lang naman kami sa tira ng Yellow dahil nagpapanic sila nung nanalo si PRD. Paano naging plastic at oportunista ang lumaban sa black propaganda? Tulad mo Doc, would I give you the light of day, if you did not ask the question? Of course not, pakialam ko ba sa conceit mo. To be fair, saludo ako dahil hindi ka nagtatago sa fake account, pero-

Nasaan na ang proof of authenticity and source para sa waiver? Di naman puwede na magsisinungaling tapos eh sa amin pa hihingi ng ebidensiya. When you accuse, you should be able to stand on your own feet.

Meron ako kwento sa tattoo ni Manong Paolo ko at kung ano triad ni Trillanes but tapusin muna natin itong waiver issue, ano na Trillanes.

Fight! 👊🏻

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  1. Leonida October 16, 2017
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