Duterte influencer burst bubble of Kakampink who says Leni and Kiko were the two qualified candidates Filipino people wasted

A netizen using the profile name “wordscape ni inel.” shared collage photo of Leni Robredo and Kiko Pangilinan and wrote a caption that reads:

The two qualified Candidates that the Filipino People wasted.

The collage photo of Leni and Kiko did not elicit the negative reactions per se from netizens, including including pro-Duterte influencer Tio Moreno but the caption that came with it.

In a Facebook post, Tio Moreno said in sarcastic tone, that Leni and Kiko are indeed qualified because our Constitution only requires candidate who can read and write.

However, if we take a closer look of Leni and Kiko’s photo, all we see is hypocrisy written all over it.

According to Tio, if Leni really wants to help Filipino students improve their reading and comprehension skills, Leni should walk the talk and become a teacher. Why? DepEd has given a marching order to public school teachers requiring reading and writing instruction in all grade levels. In fact, DepEd has summer reading camp and other reading intervention programs.

After Leni, Tio Moreno turned his attention to Kiko Pangilinan, saying if he really wants to help the farmers, he could have done so when he was appointed Chair of the Philippine Senate Agriculture and Food Committee, Chair of the Senate Agrarian Reform Committee, and Presidential Assistant for Food Security and Agricultural Modernization in 2001.

But he didn’t.

Our farmers and state of agriculture remain unchanged. In other words, our agriculture sector and farmers stagnated until PRRD came. The Free Irrigation Act was enacted, which aided our farmers, distributed thousands of hectares of land, released hundreds of Certificates Ancestral Domain titles and so on and so forth.

Tio Moreno ended the FB post to tell the bad news to Kakampinks that now matter how trying hard the two are, they will never be able to hide their incompetence.


Source: Tio Moreno

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