Political strategist debunks lies about #PalitBise rally: 'Hindi kami nilangaw' - News Spy

Political strategist debunks lies about #PalitBise rally: 'Hindi kami nilangaw'

Political strategist debunks lies about #PalitBise rally: 'Hindi kami nilangaw'
Political analyst Malou Tiquia answered on Monday all the allegations thrown at the recent rally arranged by Vice President Leni Robredo critics in Quirino Grandstand Sunday evening.

Tiquia clarified that the rally was not attended by only a few.

She also denied the rumors that it was the money of taxpayers that was used in arranging the rally to oust Robredo and that there was a memo issued by the Department of Interior and Local Government for mobilization.

"Hindi siya nilangaw. Maraming taong nagpunta. Walang DILG memo at walang pondong galing sa pamahalaan. Crowd funded siya. Volunteers karamihan. Yung mga assets nyo sa luob ng DILG ang nakuryente," Tiquia said.

She added that the rumor that should the bodies of the eight thousand murdered in the drug war be placed on the grandstand, that's the only time it could be filled.

Tiquia said that the information is a spin and aninsult to the dead.

"Duon nga sa 7,000, nagtatalo pa tayo, ngayong umagang ito, ang 7,000 ay naging 8,000. Ilalatag ang patay? Sadya bang ganuon na lang kabastos?"

She also defended the attendees who  were called illiterate and unemployed.

"Ang framing na ito ang magpapatibay muli ng pagkakasanib-sahib pwersa ng ordinaryong Filipino. Hindi nyo pa rin naiintindihan kung bakit nanalo si Duterte? Mali pa rin ang assessment nyo. In English, you damn right missed the point. If you know the power and wisdom of crowds, then you will not insult what was achieved yesterday," she said.

"Oh, but I guess you are so used to insulting the majority that you think money can readily buy. You might just be in for a surprise, just like May 2016," she added.

There is no reported definite number to the rally led by Duterte supporters such as Jimmy Bondoc and Mocha Uson.

The rally called for the impeachment or resignation of the Vice President.

SOURCE: Malou Tiquia