Don’t believe ‘ACDC’ journalists - Pres. Duterte

Don’t believe ‘ACDC’ journalists - Pres. Duterte

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte (photo credit to owner)

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte  fights back against the false news and black propaganda being hurled at him and his family.
The President has urged the public not to believe in the members of media or journalists he tagged as ‘ACDC” or those notoriously "attack and collect money, defend and collect money."
In his speech in Malaybalay, Bukidnon last weekend , the President lambasted media practitioners anew for producing false reports in exchange for monetary considerations.

“They accept [payment] from clients to [write] political attacks. ACDC [attack and collect money, defend and collect money]. You attack to get paid. So don’t believe that they are clean,” Duterte said during his speech during the PDP-Laban campaign rally.
Pres. Duterte claimed that these journalists would “attack” politicians but “protect” the rich.
“You protect the rich and hide their secrets, but attack us politicians who genuinely want reform. That’s the truth. You are just being paid,” he added.

PCIJ Report

President Duterte cleared his name against the corruption allegations against him, explaining that his assets was inherited from his deceased parents.
As regards to the PCIJ allegation of an “unregistered law firm.”
The president said the law firm was his “back up plan” in case he lost the elections.
“Having a law office was my backup plan in the past years in case I lose in the elections. At least if I lose, I would have a sanctuary and a source of income which is my law office,” Duterte said.
The president has been known to be a motorcycle rider since he was mayor of Davao city, also explained the reason why he decided to sell motorcycles.
“But that’s the only issue that they attacked me with apart from selling motorcycles. If you are a motorcycle rider, you immediately become a businessman because if your motorcycle model grows old, you will want to replace it with a new one. If not, you trade it for a new model and just add money. But those transactions weren’t for profit,” he added.

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