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VP Leni Robredo could be right about BBM’s lack of presence in difficult situations

Bongbong Marcos’ lack of courage and willingness is becoming too obvious to voters

Presidential candidate  Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. may have just proven what Vice President Leni Robredo said about him was accurate.

During an interview with Boy Abunda, Robredo said people shouldn’t vote for Marcos because he’s a “liar” and doesn’t show up to difficult situations.

“Number one, sinungaling. Pangalawa, in the difficult moments, hindi siya nagpapakita,” she said.

Citizens have observed that Marcos only makes appearances during election seasons. During the height of the pandemic, he was nowhere to be found.

He recently refused an interview with Kapuso journalist Jessica Soho, citing her “bias” against him. He then failed to appear on DZBB’s ‘Ikaw Na Ba: The Presidential Interview’ due to poor reception.

“Hindi po natin makakapanayam ngayong umaga sa ‘Ikaw Na Ba: The Presidential Interview’ si dating Sen. Bongbong Marcos,” DZBB said in a statement.

“Batay sa impormasyong ipinaabot ni Mr. Rey Briones, pinuno ng communications group ni Marcos, hirap daw pong ma-contact ang dating senador sa lugar na kinaruruonan niya ngayon sa Davao,” the radio station added.

Netizens couldn’t do anything but agree with Robredo’s remarks about Marcos.

His lack of courage and willingness is becoming too obvious to voters.

The two other Comelec commissioners who have yet to vote whether to disqualify Marcos also hail from Davao, netizens noted.

DZBB did say that Marcos agreed to an interview on February 2.

“Sa February 2 ay naka-schedule sa ‘Ikaw Na Ba’ si Manila Mayor Isko Moreno,” DZBB said.

“Gayunpaman, patuloy po ang pakikipag-ugnayan namin sa kampo ni dating Sen. Bongbong Marcos upang mahanapan ng panibagong schedule ang panayam nya dito sa ‘Ikaw Na Ba’,” it added.

Written by Charles Teves

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