“SENATE FOR SALE” — Radio host slams Drilon & colleagues after Senate ok’s resolution seeking continued ABS-CBN operations after franchise expires

“SENATE FOR SALE” This is the title of the Facebook post of radio host Mark Lopez amid news report resolution asking NTC to give ABS-CBN a provisional authority to operate after its franchise expires gets senate nod.

Lopez remarked that the country is facing many problems that need immediate attention and get fixed, but this f*cking senator is restless of the impending expiry of ABS-CBN’s franchise. “Andami kinakaharap ng bansa, at marami ang mga dapat pagtuunan ng pansin at ayusin pero itong mga hindot na mga senador na ito, hindi mapakali sa napipintong expiry ng ABS CBN franchise.”

Lopez, in a sarcastic tone, praised senator Drilon for their hard work and motivation in pushing for the senate resolution asking NTC to give the Kapamilya Network the provisional authority to continue broadcasting after their franchise expires. “Si Franklin Drilon, grabe ang motivation para magtrabaho at itulak itong walang kwentang resolution na nagpapahayag lang ng damdamin ng senado na bigyan sana ng NTC ng provisional authority ang kapamilya network kahit expired na ang franchise. BUHAY NA BUHAY ANG DUGO NG HINAYUPAK…”

Lopez insisted that this resolution has no effect in whatever legal matters in relation to ABS-CBN’s franchise. “Ulitin natin ha – wala hong effect ang resolution na ito sa kahit anong legal na usapin patungkol sa franchise ng ABS CBN.”

Lopez stated that the intention of Drilon and fellow senators is to give ABS-CBN the platform to create noise and instill in the minds of the public how important the Kapamilya network to our society. “Ang malinaw na intensyon ni Drilon at ng mga kapwa nya ganid na mga senador eh gamitin lang ang senado bilang plataporma ng ABS CBN na makapag-ingay at mabaon sa isipan ng taumbayan na sila ay importante sa lipunan.”

Lopez ended the post by alerting the public of the shamelessness of our senate right now. “Ganyan kawalanghiya ang Senado natin ngayon.”

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