On photos of vans, dump trucks and buses conveying hundreds if not thousands of people to the venue of Leni-Kiko campaign rallies, social media influencer MJ Quiambao Reyes remarked on Facebook that this practice is not unusual in Philippine politics.
Reyes said this is not new and surprising sight during election. Politicians have been doing this including event organizers for ages.
Even the subversive groups do this when they have rallies in Mendiola, Luneta, EDSA and Ayala.
The budget, Reyes said, is not also a joke.
Reyes’ beef is that Leni Robredo’s camp insistence that “hakot” crowd does not exist in their camp while bragging at the same time that mostly, their rally attendees walk to reach the venue of their campaign rallies.
Reyes figured that this behavior can only be explained in two ways: 1. They are clueless 2. Incorrigible liar
Either way, Reyes said their denial of the allegation is even more alarming and she does not know either which is worse.
Di naman na bago at di nakapagtataka ang mga ganitong pag hakot o pag provide ng transpo para mag attend ng rally.
Gawain din naman yan noon pa ng iba pang mga pulitiko at ng kani-kanilang organizers.
Gawain din at sanay na sanay dyan ang mga subersibong grupo tuwing may rally sa Mendiola, Luneta, Ayala, at EDSA.
(Di rin biro ang budget dyan, ha.)
Ang nakakapagtaka, nakakatawa, at nakakainis ay ang ipagpilitan pa na wala ka’ng nakitang mga vans, trucks, at buses na nagdala ng mga tao – at sa halip ay naglalakad lang talaga ang mga ito.
Dalawa lang kasi ang ibig sabihin nun. Either:
1. You’re clueless, o di kaya ay
2. Nuknukan sa kasinungalingan
Alin man sa dalawa ay lubhang nakakabahala. I don’t know which is worse.
ct to orig photo owners
As of this writing, Reyes’ FB post has generated
Leni Robredo denying hakot crowd in Leni-Kiko campaign rallies.
Source: MJ Quiambao Reyes