Trillanes slams Duterte, Cayetano over ABS-CBN shutdown: ‘We will never forget'

Trillanes slams Duterte, Cayetano over ABS-CBN shutdown: ‘We will never forget'




Former senator Antonio Trillanes IV cannot do anything in the act of Congress killing the new franchise application of the Lopez controlled ABS-CBN Corporation.

One of the fiercest critic of the Duterte administration is calling out the President along with House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano over their controversial statements about the ABS-CBN.
A video clip was posted by Trillanes after the killing of the franchise bid of ABS-CBN, showing the President’s tirades against the Kapamilya network and Cayetano’s flip flopping comments about the franchise issue involving the Kapamilya network.
Trillanes, Pres. Duterte, and House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano
(photo  credit to owner)

He branded the House Speaker as “bolero,” “paasa” and “sinungaling” when as regards to the franchise application of the network.
“#WeWillNeverForget,” the opposition politician captioned the video showing Cayetano’s comments.
One of the clip showing Cayetano saying: “Hindi naman tayo papayag that there will be a single minute na hindi nagbo-broadcast ang ABS-CBN,” he said.

And another one from a DZMM interview with Cayetano back in February that he was ready to turn on the ABS-CBN transmitter to ensure its operations. “Hindi naman tayo papayag that there will be a single minute na hindi nagbo-broadcast ang ABS-CBN,” he said.
It also showed a video clip of President Duterte and his threat to the ABS-CBN of being shut down.
“Ang inyong franchise mag-end next year. If you’re expecting ma-renew yan, I’m sorry. You’re out. I will see to it that you’re out,” Duterte said.
The super majority delivered a overwhelming vote (70-11) for the denial of the ABS-CBN franchise renewal, which permanently shuts down its free tv broadcast.





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