FIELD report: Marcos camp invades Laguna, the reds got drowned by the greens.
The dominance of the greens was very evident even on stage.
Mayors, congressmen and down to the barangay leaders, everyone was wearing green.
So who says, Marcos is leading? I don’t think so. Not, at least in Laguna.
Marcos is red. Sara Duterte is green.
I got a call for help from Tolosa, Leyte. I saw the picture of their house severely dismantled by Super Typhoon Odette.
I answered the call by suggesting, they call Marcos for help.
My friend’s reply, “How do I reach them?”
Good question. I also don’t know.
Media friends have a good description of this kind: “Madali kausapin, mahirap hanapin”.
Gone viral on FB about Marcos during calamities: “Nag Yolanda, Hindi nakita. Nag pandemic, hindi nakita. Mag e-election, biglang nagpakita.”
My friends in media describe this kind as: “Malalim and bulsa. Maiksi ang kamay”.
Headline: ‘Odette Aftermath: Cry for Help Rises’
Leyte, another home provinces of Marcos, has been severely hit by the typhoon.
What’s your answer Mr. Babangon Muli?
Or is this Yolanda help part 2 from the Romualdezes-Marcoses: Baga Bangongot Man! Truly BBM.
Headline: The Commission on Elections threw out a petition to disqualify Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr., in his bid for the presidency.
Report comes from the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
Six more cases are pending before the tribunal.
Someone called me two weeks ago saying all the DQ cases against Marcos got thrown out. Check ko daw sa FB.
Classic case of social media vs. mainstream media.
Headline. Dinagat Islands leveled to the ground, says gov.
Good thing this is election season, and politicians are miracle workers.
What took Tacloban City years to recover after Yolanda, Dinagat Island’s return to life will happen in few months.
In the news: Smooth ride for NLEX continues.
It’s the basketball team, we still have to know of the toll road.
My friend, senatorial candidate Sal Panelo had first-hand experience on the might of Super Typhoon Odette.
He was in Cebu when the province got pummeled by the Odette.
He tells they were moved up to higher floors as floods got to the lower floors of the hotel. Glass windows broke that he had to sleep on chairs away from the windows.
He joined groups helping severely hit victims of the super typhoon.
Sal is not the kind who’ll run away from situations when his help is needed.
And he proved it in Cebu. Panalo ang tao kay Panelo. True!