- Blogger Mocha Uson once again slammed Vice President Leni Robredo in a Facebook post
- Mocha responded to Robredo's statement regarding the lack of rehabilitation of the administration's drug war
- Robredo earlier said that she wanted to contribute to the drug campaign through a program
President Rodrigo Duterte's supporter and blogger Mocha Uson once again slammed Vice President Leni Robredo after she pointed out that Duterte's war on drugs is lacking on the element of rehabilitation.
Mocha posted on her Facebook page: “Ma'am VP Leni, Unang una sa lahat, kung alam niyo pala ang problema sa REHABILITATION bakit hindi na lang po kayo tumulong kesa sa ngawa kayo ng ngawa at pasyal ng pasyal sa ibang bansa? Pangalawa, ang huling pagkakaalam ko mam VP kayo po ay kabahagi ng gabinete ni P. Duterte, baka gusto niyo munang subukan magtanung tanong sa paligid niyo po.”
(Ma'am VP Leni, first of all, if you are aware of the rehabilitation problem then why don't you just help rather than whine and visit other countries? Second, last time I checked ma'am VP you are part of President Duterte's cabinet, maybe you want to try asking around.)
The sexy blogger then told the vice president through her post, to follow her page to keep her updated regarding the president's program. She also said that Robredo is the only one who does not know about President Duterte's rehabilitation program.
Mocha added: "HINDI PO AKO NAGYAYABANG kaya lang nakakinit talaga ng ulo kasi si PANGULONG DUTERTE ay hirap na hirap labanan at SOLUSYONAN ang problema sa DROGA tapos kayo mam ano po ang naging kontribusyon nyo? O baka naman po naghahanap na naman kayo ng atensyon mula sa INTERNATIONAL PRESS?"
(I am not bragging but it's just really maddening knowing that President duterte is exerting so much effort to fight and solve the problem on drugs while you, ma'am, what have you contrributed? Or maybe, you are just seeking attention from the international press?)
Robredo earlier expressed her desire to contribute in the administration's drug campaign through forming a comprehensive program for the reintegration of drug abusers to the society.