VP Robredo slams Uson & Olivar over 'pepedederalismo' lewd video

VP Robredo slams Uson & Olivar over 'pepedederalismo' lewd video



They have disrespected the President of the Republic and all Filipinos.

 

And now it’s the turn of the second highest position in government is slamming Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson and blogger Drew Olivar over the controversial jingle-and-dance video regarding federalism.

 
Vice President Leni Robredo (photo credit to owner)

Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo called the two viral personalities which put President Rodrigo Roa Duterte in bad taste all because of the lewd federalism jingle and dance that has been viral a couple of days ago.

 

“Iyong mga taong ganito, ano ito e, hindi sila nakakatulong kay Pangulong Duterte. Kung iyong sadya nila ay iyong makatulong, lalo silang hindi nakakatulong (People like them are not helping President Duterte. If their intention was really to help him, they were not),” Robredo said in a media interview in ,Camarines Sur.

 

“Binibigyan nila ng masamang impression iyong Pangulo kasi sila iyong mga supporters. Dapat sana sila iyong nagdadala ng kagandahang-loob (They give bad impression to the President because they are his supporters. I hope they should be the ones who show kindness),” Leni Robredo added.

 

The Vice President said that not only did it cast negative light on the President Duterte, it also disrespected all Filipinos.

 

“So the question is this the disrespectful attitude we are promoting as Filipinos? If we have to intervene to stop this, we will do it,” said the Vice President.

 

Both Oliver and Uson drew a lot flak since the video has circulated online both from the opposition and even to the close allies of President Duterte.

 

Robredo also told the media that she is considering filing a criminal case against Olivar for a separate video he made that wherein he cursed the vice president and implicated her that she slept around when she was in South Africa last year.

 

“Nangako tayo na papag-aralan natin sa mga abogado kasi apektado hindi na lang ako, pero apektado iyong maraming Pilipino na nalalaswaan sa ginagawa (I promised that I will ask our lawyers to study it because I’m not the only one affected here, but many Filipinos who were disgusted for what he did) ,” she said.

 

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  1. If our leaders are serious about Federalism, the real need is to educate the masses, not only about the way new regional government will evolve, but also the teaching of basic needs ranging from simple daily things like to how to clean up after using the toilets, how to make us of idle backyards to help put food on the table, how to prevent diseases by effectively sanitizing our sorroundings, how to create housing for the 5,000,000 Filipinos homeless or living in shanties, and educating people on more important things like understanding why many people still live in lots which have remain untitled, why farms awarded to farmers have failed to produce food security for the nation, why under the Agrarian reform law which is now oveer 50 years in implementation have failed to improve the lives of the farmers, why the PNR has failed to resurrect after 50 years of neglect, why many of the regions are so poor, why the masses are so gullible they elect such poor leaders in their barangays and their municipalities, why o why o why???

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