- Robin Padilla defended the PSG vaccination against the senators’ criticisms
- He reacted to the accusations of Senators Risa Hontiveros, Franklin Drilon, and Kiko Pangilinan
- The actor said that the senators should understand the role of the PSG, which is to protect the president at all cost
- According to Robin, he does not believe that the ‘smuggled’ vaccines were from the black market
Robin Padilla shared his opinion in defense of the early vaccination of the Presidential Security Group (PSG) from the criticisms thrown by some senators.
In a series of posts on Instagram, Robin has been vocal about his thoughts regarding the current issue of the PSG vaccination using ‘smuggled’ vaccines.
His long post included photos of senators Risa Hontiveros, Franklin Drilon, and Kiko Pangilinan which show their quoted criticisms against the PSG vaccination.
“These vaccines were clearly smuggled through a black market, and even worse, seem to be sanctioned by the government. Ang taumbayan ba ang nagbayad para sa illegal na vaccination na ito? This is another whiff of corruption.
“They might become confident, freely walking COVID superspreaders. Nilagay din sa panganib ang mga sundalo natin.” stated Sen. Hontiveros.
“What was done completely dismissed the well-entrenched public safety and health protocols. It further undermined the regulatory authority of the FDA with regard to the inspection, licensing and monitoring of establishments, and the registration and monitoring of health products.” said Sen. Drilon.
“Palakasan na ba at kung sino ang may malakas na kapit sa mga nakaupo ang basehan ng vaccination program ng gobyerno?” Sen. Pangilinan questioned.
The action star wrote his honest opinion in connection to the allegations of the said senators. According to him, these senators should surely understand that the role of the PSG is to protect the president.
“Hindi ako makapaniwala sa mga sinasabi ng mga senador na ito.. sigurado naman ako na batid nila ang protocol pagdating sa seguridad ng Pangulo at estado.
“Tungkulin ng presidential security group na by all means possible and impossible protect the head of state because a headless state is a failed state.” Robin said.
He added that the PSG personnel must not be the carriers of the COVID-19 virus, which can endanger the life of the chief of command.
“Ibig sabihin po sila Mismo dapat sigurado na hindi sila ang magdadala ng sakit o virus o panganib sa Pangulo. “
Robin also dismissed the accusation that the vaccines came from the black market.
“Paano po naging blackmarket? Ibinenta po ba sa market?
“Definitely Hindi po yan nakuha sa med rep o sa dealer? 90 % diplomatic arrangement yan to protect the president.”
He also requested the senators to stop attacking the military and the Philippine National Police (PNP).
“Puede po bang makiusap sa inyo na tigilan po ninyo ang kababanat sa sundalo at PNP.
“May mga taong nagpapakahirap na pagandahin at palakasin ang moral ng mga hukbo na ito na walang mga Sueldo kundi pagmamahal lamang sa hukbo at sa Inangbayan.
“Kung hindi makakatulong sa moral ng mga sundalo at PNP Baka puede po manahimik na Lamang po kayo at wag kaming idamay sa pulitika niyo.”
Robin Padilla is known as the Bad Boy of the Philippine Cinema because of his blockbuster hit action films. Aside from being an actor, he is also a director, producer, and screenwriter.
Recently, Robin also slammed Sen. Joel Villanueva for his statement about police impunity, following the Tarlac shooting incident involving a cop. The actual crime was caught in the viral video that captured how police officer Jonel Nuezca shot two unarmed civilians. The cop eventually surrendered and is now detained.
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