After questioning Leni’s integrity, Inday Sara assails VP brand of courage

After questioning Leni’s integrity, Inday Sara assails VP brand of courage




The dye has been cast.

And  it was the turn of the Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio to slam the Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo over the “honesty statement” the former issued a few days back.

The Vice President pounced on the Davao Mayor when the latter defended Imee Marcos from accusations that she lied about her school records.

Davao city Sara Duterte-Carpio (photo credit to owner)


Inday Sara, put to question the Vice President’s integrity a few days back and now she is assailing Robredo’s brand of courage.  Inday Sara accuses Robredo hiding behind the cloak of anonymity as they debate on honesty and integrity in public service.

Both personalities are being speculated will meet head to head in the 2022 presidential elections, have been at it arguing over the honesty issue after Sara tried to downplay Ilocos Norte Governor alleged fabricated school records.
“A reminder to Leni Robredo: Kapag umatake ka, at sinagot ka ng inatake mo to question your authority to speak on integrity and honesty, do not retreat behind a “Robredo Camp” to answer for you and the argument you started,” said Mayor Duterte.
She added: “It says a lot about your fake courage.”
In Calamba, Laguna last night, Inday Sara questioned Robredo’s victory in the 2016 vice presidential race, saying that she remains a “fake vice president’ because of the pending electoral protest in the Supreme Court.
“Yung electoral protest; her attempt to copy her late husband, Sec. Jesse Robredo (which) fails; and her refusal to address her relationship to a married man,” Sara Duterte told mediamen.
“She’s not honest. We can see that. Everybody can see that,” the lady mayor from Davao stressed.
Since Robredo is incapable of being honest, she should take her advice and give up her dreams of becoming president, stated Sara Duterte.





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