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‘Leni Robredo dapat parusahan at turuan ng leksiyon si Mocha Uson!’

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BY now you have already read Mocha Uson’s open letter to VP Leni Robredo.

Ang daming naimbiyerna sa kanyang wala-sa-lugar na letter. To many, masyado raw feeling itong si Mocha – feeling matalino, feeling magaling, feeling tama palagi, feeling relevant. Nag-react si Mocha sa bashers niya and she emphasized na hindi niya sinabing nandaya si Leni. Hindi rin sinabing may plan B na magaganap.

But what she failed to address is this statement: “Wag na wag nyo pong subukan na agawin ang mandato ng bayan sa aming Presidente dahil hinding hindi kaming mga DDS makakapayag. “Gagalangin ka namin bilang VP ngunit galangin mo ang aming Pangulo. “Support him or else we will be forced to remove you from your office.”

She conveniently forgot na ito ang ikinagalit sa kanya ng netizens dahil parang nagbabanta siya kay VP Leni. Bakit hindi niya in-address ang statement niyang ito? At sino siya para magbanta sa Vice President, eh, isa lang siyang ordinaryong mamamayan?

Hindi ba niya alam na doon sa statement na iyon nagalit ang mga tao sa social media? Some advised Robredo na turuan ng leksiyon si Mocha at parusahan sa kaepalan niya. May sumagot sa letter ni Mocha, isang Miyako Izabel na nakakaloka ang Facebook post entitled Unmasking An Imbecile.

“If the position of vice president is impeachable, only the Congress can initiate and resolve an impeachment case that can overthrow Vice President-Elect Leni Robredo. What does Mocha Uson know when she mistakes typing skills for real intelligence?

“And if Vice President-Elect Robredo can be dismissed administratively, that is the job of the Office of the Ombudsman and the Sandiganbayan. What does Mocha Uson know when she mistakes her full behind for her brain? I am not sexist–perhaps aesthetically bicurious.

“She is hot alright but as dumb as a rock. I can forgive her grammar and weakness with prepositions, but I cannot tolerate, as a thinking Filipino, her irresponsible confidence in believing that her intellectual deficiency is what the Philippines needs. That woman should be put in her place.”
Sagot, Mocha, sagot. Now na!!!

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