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Mocha Uson tweets about shutting down ABS-CBN; netizens react

“Mas bagay ito. #YesToABSCBNShutDown.”

Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) deputy administrator Mocha Uson has made another remark calling for the shutdown of ABS-CBN.

On Tuesday, Uson tweeted: “Mas bagay ito. #YesToABSCBNShutDown.”



A lot of netizens reacted and issued comments about her post.

Here are some of the comments from netizens:

“Define oligarchs. Then look around you.”

“Teh, di mo alam meaning ng oligarchs teh.”

“Tanga ka talaga kahit kailan, ghorl. LOL. Oligarchs? As in ‘yung mga pinoprotektahan ni Tatay Digs? uLOL mo.”

https://twitter.com/walphs/status/1227184651346644992?s=19

“Tang**ang yan buhay ka pa pala.”

“2 years na lang sa iba naman sya sisipsip. 😁😁😁”

Uson, an ardent supporter of President Rodrigo Duterte, has already issued several negative remarks about the ABS-CBN franchise renewal.

Last December, she tweeted, “Paalam ABS CBN!”

The network’s franchise will expire on March 30.

Bills calling for the renewal of ABS-CBN’s franchise remain pending at the Congress.

On Monday, Solicitor General Jose Calida filed a quo warranto petition before the Supreme Court (SC) to forfeit the legislative franchise of ABS-CBN.

In his petition, Calida argued that the network violated the terms of its franchise.

But ABS-CBN denied this, saying that everything they do “is in accordance with the law.”

“We did not violate the law. This case appears to be an attempt to deprive Filipinos of the services of ABS-CBN,” the Lopez-led network said.

Meanwhile, the SC required ABS-CBN to file its comments on the petition 10 days from receipt of notice.

The 10-day period is non-extendible.

Written by Angelle De Leon

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