Tataas pa lalo! Malacanang says Robredo’s drug war report won’t affect presidential approval rating

Tataas pa lalo! Malacanang says Robredo’s drug war report won’t affect presidential approval rating




The report that was presented by Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo has been called by different names by different personalities, but if an ally of the President is asked its described nothing but a bomb to destroy the credibility of the sitting President.

There have been a lot of issues that have been thrown the President’s way, all have the intentions to destroy and lessen the trust and confidence the President has been enjoying from the citizenry, but all have failed.



Since the start of the term of the President, all his approval ratings has not experienced any dip from “very good” rating, and as history will dictate whenever there are issues being thrown to the President his approval ratings are higher.

Vice President Leni Robredo
(photo credit to Philstar)


Presidential Spokesperson and concurrent Legal Presidential Adviser Atty. Salvador Panelo agrees to that assessment.

“Eh nakita ninyo naman di ba, kahit anong banat nila eh naging 87% nga, lalo ngang lumaki eh,”Atty. Panelo told reporters

Despite being co-chair of the Inter-Agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Drugs for 18 days, the Vice President was able to release a report regarding the administration’s war on the illegal narcotics trade and called it “massive failure.”




Robredo also gave the government a dismal “1 out of 100” score in its fight against illegal drugs.
“Eh siya, hindi ba, tandaan ninyo tumaas iyong rating ni VP Leni, tumaas lang iyon kasi nabigyan siya ng pagkakataon na maging relevant; in-appoint siya eh. Pero prior to that, ‘di ba bagsak siya nang bagsak, pababa nang pababa. Dapat nga nagpapasalamat siya kay Presidente eh,” Panelo said.












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