As I am writing this, Congresswoman Leni Robredo is still leading the vice-presidentiable race, based on the partial and unofficial election results from the Commission on Elections (Comelec). She is immediately being followed by Sen. Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos, with slightly above 200,000 votes behind her.
But as we all know, there have been doubts on the election results when Robredo gradually overtook Marcos in just a few hours, considering the fact that he is leading by more than 1 million votes. Now, here are 8 questions that Leni Robredo should ask herself if she really believes that she is the legitimate winning vice president.
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#1 Are all the attendies of the LP rallies voluntarily came and are not paid (hakot)?
If you are an active social media user, you have watched videos of so-called LP supporters receiving money and are asking for campaign stickers of Davao City Mayor Rody Duterte, and not for Mar Roxas. Therefore, can Leni Robredo be sure that all of her votes came from sincere supporters, and not only because of alleged vote-buying?
#2 Why does Leni Robredo have more than 4 million votes than Mar Roxas?
There’s no doubt about Duterte leading the presidential election results. In fact, Mar Roxas, Sen. Grace Poe and VP Jejomar Binay have already conceded. In that case, it’s only either Cayetano or Marcos as vice president, but definitely not Leni Robredo. Now, can someone please explain why Robredo has an enormous lead over Roxas?
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#3 What really happened to the reduced votes for Sen. Chiz Escudero?
On Tuesday, May 10, votes for Sen. Chiz Escudero went down from 4,479,913 to 4,449,038 from 4:40am to 5:30 am. And although CNN Philippines and GMA News have already apologized for the error, we must understand that those figures came from the Comelec transparency server. So what really happened there, Comelec?
#4 Why did Marcos has never lead again after Robredo overtook the lead?
As Comelec has explained earlier, the transmission of election results are based on what precints have finished first, and not a particularly region. Therefore, it means that the initial lead of 1 million votes by Marcos came from random precints. So why did the difference is not getting so close or so far, and Marcos never took the lead again?
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#5 What happened to the votes of Iglesia ni Cristo for Sen. Bongbong Marcos?
We all know the power of the so-called bloc voting of the Iglesia ni Cristo (INC), and we also know that the INC has endorsed Duterte-Marcos. It has been earlier estimated that the INC votes could reach to about 1.7 million this 2016 elections, and 77 percent of it was assumed for bloc voting. So now, where are those INC votes for Marcos?
#6 Can a first-termer unknown politician like Leni Robredo really beat a Marcos?
Leni Robredo touched the hearts of many Filipinos when she lost her husband, the late DILG Secretary Jessie Robredo, and even won as congresswoman in 2013. On the other hand, the Marcos surname may not be favorable to all Filipinos. But is that reasonable enough for a very less known politician to beat a Marcos for vice president?
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#7 Is the alleged Plan B of Liberal Party really impossible?
Last week, Sen. Bongbong Marcos accused of the Liberal Party of cooking a Plan B – To impeach ‘President’ Duterte once Leni Robredo becomes vice president. Well, let’s ask Sen Antonio Trillanes IV who exposed Duterte’s alleged wealth during the latter part of the campaign, and said he did this because he loves his country so much.
#8 Is President Noynoy Aquino really not behind the anti-Marcos back in Malacañang?
President Noynoy Aquino consistently announces his disagreement over the return of a Marcos at Malacañang. PNoy keeps on saying that this is not about Aquino vs Marcos, but rather about right vs wrong. But apparently, many people forget that he is also the commander-in-chief. Therefore, his anti-Marcos statements are not just his opinions, as intelligent people see it as a ‘direct command’ and should be followed.
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