After repeatedly getting rejected by Senator Grace Poe, Malacanang released a statement to local media saying they are no longer interested in pursuing emergency powers for PRRD to solve Metro Manila’s traffic.

The Palace move to withdraw its request of emergency powers for PRRD is turning out to be one hell of a brilliant move. Why?

Poe suddenly found herself at the receiving end of a barrage of angry comments on social media from commuters who see Senator Poe as the villain in Malacanang’s quest to end Metro Manila’ traffic.

Realizing that her 2022 Presidential ambition is slipping away from her hands is she continues to play hard ball with Malacanang, Senator Poe released a statement via her friends in mainstream media expressing willingness to sit down with Malacanang and discuss how to solve Metro Manila’s traffic together.

When retired broadcaster Jay Sonza heard about Senator Poe having a change of heart, he minces no words and told Poe what he felt about her and her plan to conduct a new hearing to discuss with Malacanang’s representatives (DOTr) how to repair the damage done with Poe and the Palace.

You may start reading Jay Sonza’s original FB post below.

Ito and tugon ni Sen. Grace Poe ng senate committee on public service sa pag-atras ni Pres. Duterte sa request for emergency powers ng pangulo para tugunan ang problema sa Metro Manila at highly urbanized cities, na ipinadala kay Poe noon pang 2016 o halos apat (4) na taon ang nakakaraan.

1. puwede naman nating pag-usapan pa ito.
2. willing naman akong makinig sa traffic management plan ng MMDA
3. maari namang ibigay iyong right of way sa DOTr.
4. makikinig naman ako sa plano ng mga LGUs sa Metro Manila.
5. Kaya nga ako nagpapatawag ng panibagong hearing bukas para iayos natin ito.

MS. POE you created a monstrous mess in the last 3 years because of your stupidity. There is no escaping that responsibility madam senator. Sa kakainarte mo, lahat ng tao ngayon galit sa iyo.

You fucked up big time grace!

Para ko ng naririnig ang reaksyon sa tabi ng ilog pasig.
(“letseng yawa. tan-awa ra ang buang. hubog dagway ni siya”).

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