You are fast becoming a pain in the ass Mr. Senator! — Jay Sonza to Senator Richard Gordon

An emotional Jay Sonza implored his friend on Facebook, Senator Richard Gordon to stop his antics because if he thinks he is doing the country a favor, the retired broadcaster said he got it all wrong.

Sonza remarked that instead of making him the darling of the public, the people found Gordon very annoying because he is overacting and selfish attitude.

Sonza said the people found Gordon’s antics very rude. Sonza used the words “dictator” and “brat boy” to described his friend Senator Gordon.

In other words, Senator Gordon is fast becoming a pain in the ass, Sonza remarked.

Sonza ended the brief FB rant by telling Senator Gordon that its high time to stop the inquisition.

You may read Sonza’s FB post below now.

Utang na loob my friend, kung akala mo you are doing the country a favor with your antics, you are completely wrong. Asar na asar na ang mga tao sa sobrang OA mo at makasarili ka Dick.

Nababastusan na kami sa kaartehan mo sir. Diktador kang pikon. Gusto mo ikaw lang ang bida, ni ayaw patapusin magsalita iyong mga resource people in the conduct of the senate inquiry. You are acting like a brat boy from Katipunan.

You are fast becoming a pain in the ass Mr. Senator!

It’s time to call it a day kaibigan.

Here are some of the comments of netizens.

One netizen commented that Gordon and company are doing this to malign the Duterte administration and the president himself and at the same time gain the public sympathy.

Kaya naman ginagawa nila yan para siraan ang administrasyong duterte, at ang pangulo mismo. Patapos na lang ang termino ng pangulo di pa rin tinitigilan. Akala nila makakakuha sila ng simpatya sa taongbayan. Mayroon naman naniniwala sa mga ibinabato nila pero mas marami pa rin ang nagtitiwala sa pangulo. Buti na lang may mga tao pa rin na tulad nyo na panig sa katotohanan.

This netizen who claimed he was a constitutional law professor wanted the senate probe to continue and ferret out the truth because as taxpayers, we deserve to know how our hard earned taxes were used.

Jay good day. On my part as a constitutional law professor, my take is to give the inquiry a chance. I’ll focus on the message not the messenger. The evidence is beginning to develop some disturbing narratives. The public has the right to know how the people’s hard earned taxes were used. Transparency is a constitutional principle of governance. Thanks.

tama dati gusto nmin kayo pero mula ng pagbantaan mo ang gobyerno na kundi magbabayad eh ititigil nyo ang serbisyo sa tao iisa ibig sabihin nun d kami iniintindi nyo kundi perapera lang commented another netizen.

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