Mocha Uson defends Duterte from ABS-CBN shutdown bashers: ‘Lahat na lang gusto isisi sa Pangulo!’

Mocha Uson defends Duterte from ABS-CBN shutdown bashers: ‘Lahat na lang gusto isisi sa Pangulo!’

One of the most vocal and outspoken supporter and defender of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, since the campaign trail of 2016 and up to now is former Presidential Communications Assistant Secretary Margaux “Mocha” Uson.

The decision of the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) to issue a cease and desist order (CDO) which forced the Lopez owned ABS-CBN to shutdown last Tuesday night brought a lot of backlash to the Chief Executive putting all the blame to him why the television giant was shut down.

Uson said Congress and not President Duterte should be held accountable for the predicament that befell the television giant.

Mocha Uson and President Rodrigo Duterte
(photo credit to owner)

Uson agreed with the reasoning expoused by Senate Presdient Vicente “Tito” Sotto that President Duterte should not be blamed for the closure of the Lopez owned network.
Senate President Sotto was quoted earlier giving comment that the franchise renewal bills of the network have been pending at the House of Representatives since 2014, long before Duterte was elected president.
“Ganun talaga Tito Sen. Lahat nalang gusto nila isisi sa Pangulo. Kahit ang tagal na hindi nila inasikaso yan,” Uson tweeted.

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