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He said what? Bongbong Marcos’ struggle with basic sentence completion continues

Late president Noynoy Aquino had the same moment years ago but Marcos’ was much worse

Critics of presidential candidate Bongbong Marcos found another ‘lutang’ moment of his.

Marcos talked about wind power and solar power at the SMNI’s “The Deep Probe,” but his word placement wasn’t all there.

Kung hindi umiihip ang hangin, papano yung wind power? Kung gabi, paano yung solar power?” he said.

Late president Noynoy Aquino had the same moment years ago, but Marcos’ was much worse.

Magtatayo ka ng Windmill paano kung walang hangin? Magtatayo ka ng Solar paano kung makulimlim?” Aquino said in a speech.

Aside from that, Marcos also showed that he doesn’t know what to do with problems concerning solo parents.

In a town hall in Marikina, he was asked what his plans were for solving the common struggles of being a single parent.

Ano ba ang pinakakailangan ninyo? Ang iniisip ko kaagad ay yung mga day-care para meron kayong paglalagyan,” he said.

Unfortunately, daycares do not apply to single parents raising much older children. Marcos did not address this problem, and it was evident that he barely knew what was coming out of his crooked mouth.

In the same event, the dictator’s son also displayed a lack of knowledge in addressing OFWs struggling amid the worldwide pandemic.

Instead of giving a detailed answer, Marcos threw in a vague one.

“Kung ninanais pa ng isang tao na mag trabaho sa abroad, dapat ginagawa noon ng OWWA ay mayroong re-training program. Kasi titignan yung labor market kung ano ba ang mabenta,” he said.

And of course, who could forget the ever so famous ‘Alamano‘ moment.

Written by Charles Teves

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