Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Duterte's Bad Joke is OK Than A Corrupt Government Says Vic Sotto

Image circulated on Facebook

By Alon Calinao Dy: Like Angelica Panganiban, Chito Miranda, Aiza Seguerra, Kristine Hermosa, Robin Padilla, Camille Prats, Mocha Uson, and Angelika dela Cruz, rumors circulated all over social media that comedian and TV host show Vic Sotto has showed his all-out support to presidential frontrunner Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte as what his son, Oyo Boy Sotto, did when he attended one of the biggest rally of Mayor Duterte in Alabang last April 9.

More and more celebrities who joined to campaign for Duterte as they strongly believe that it is only a 70-year-old mayor who has a POLITICAL WILL to stop illegal drugs, crime, corruption, and poverty in the Philippines. 

Duterte has been receiving criticism about his controversial rape joke that was spread by media to ignite a wave of public anger. It's a good thing that Filipinos did not buy this politically-motivated issue to embarrass Mayor Duterte. 

Unconfirmed report says that Eat Bulaga host Vic Sotto said that Duterte's bad joke is OK as this issue will just fade away in a month or two rather than suffering a six-year corruption in the government.

Recently, Senator Antonio Trillanes, who's running for vice president, said that Duterte didn't declare his P210 million statement of assets, liabilities, and net worth (SALN). But Duterte said that you have to prove your false accusations.

Duterte's camp has signed a waiver to prove to everyone that he and his vice presidential aspirant Alan Peter Cayetano have nothing to hide in their bank accounts. These signatures would allow the public to know the truth who is a biggest liar among presidential candidates if everyone is going to participate. 


Photo credit: Peter Tiu Lavina