Pangilinan tells public: “Listen before you judge”, netizen replies: “Hehehe listen before we judge?”

In the midst of the Dengvaxia vaccine scandal, Sen. Kiko Pangilinan asks the public to listen first before passing judgment to Pnoy and LP allies.

Pangilinan spoke for the first time, breaking the silence after the Dengvaxia scandal exploded on social media via a couple of days ago.

“Let us first listen to independent health experts before we judge. If lawyers have their own individual interpretations of the law, the same is true of the medical community, which will have different opinions on this health issue.”

Let us round up the comments on social media in reaction to Pangilinan’s statement appealing to the public to listen to experts before forming a judgment.

Grand Marlon Doria reacts:

“Hehehe listen before we judge? Can someone please bitchslap this guy for me. Pero Kung maka judge sa made up issue na “EJK” hehehe. Tell me how did you come up with 13k?”

Netizen Michael Aquino asks Pangilinan to convey his brief message to Callamard in response to the senator’s appeal.

Dear LP,
“Listen before you Judge” Pakisabi yan kay Callamard, hindi ung pupunta dito as guest speaker for certain group then pag uwi may sinubmit ng report against war on drugs.
Aba Matindeh!!!

Nagmamahal,

Degee Gonzales reprimands Pangilinan for issuing a “playing safe” statement.

the main issue here Mr. Senator is ang pagbili ng maraming vaccines for mass immunization before the May 2016 election when they are still on clinical trial. You cannot do mass vaccination if a vaccine is on clinical trial. Yan ang sagutin mo. clearly you are trying to hide the corruption done by your so called “boss” in the purchase of these vaccines. playing safe ang sagot sa issue.

Netizen Edwin Oliveros aptly summarizes Pangilinan’s attitude in his comment.

“Pag kayo ang sabit listen to expert first. Pag kayo ang nag-akusa punyeta guilty agad-agad. Mismong manufacturer na nung vaccine ang nagsabi na may problema.”

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