A lawyer who goes by the name Tom Berenguer on Facebook has called out Camarines Sur Representative Gabriel Hidalgo Bordado Jr. for his innocent-looking social media post regarding Leni Robredo recently.
On Facebook, Atty. Berenguer asked Rep. Bordado Jr. to elaborate on the said social media post because like many Duterte supporters, he found Rep. Bordado’s post confusing to say the least.
Please elaborate what you mean by the Office of the Vice President “bringing 6000 doses of the one-shot Janssen vaccine.”
To make himself very clear to CamSur Rep. Bordado, Atty. Berenguer asked leading questions like he was cross-examining a respondent in a court trial.
“Did the Vice President negotiate and procure the vaccine on her own, separate and distinct from what the national government procured? Or is that a part of what the national government procured and distributed to the different LGUs including Naga City at sumaksak lang at umeksena nanaman si Mama Spaghetti?”
Atty. Berenguer ended the brief FB post with a couple of hashtags for whatever purposes it may serve.
Atty. Tom Berenguer’s FB post has generated 933 reactions, 39 shares and 27 comments in 5 hours and counting.
Netizens quickly harangued CamSur Rep. Bordado Jr. for misleading post regarding the Janssen vaccine brought to Naga City.
“Only the president has the authority to do that. Anong kasinungalingan yan?” said an apparently annoyed netizen.
“ovp has no power over the vaccine its only the national government fake news talaga inamo” added another angry netizen.
“Kahit yung binili ng mga private companies dadaan sa IATF at sa national government at kay Sec. Galvez yun. Walang kapangyarihan ang OVP na makialam sa pagbili ng vaccines,” pointed out one more netizen.
This netizen seemed not surprised with the credit-grabbing attempt of the Robredo ally. “As usual, dyan sila expert. Then mostly sila pa marunong magbintang. Happy birthday po!”
“How can we think of voting for this non-team player thingy?” this netizen said something about not voting for someone who is not a team-player.
Source: Tom Berenguer