- Mocha girls leader and staunch supporter of the president, Mocha Uson, had the chance to interview former Senator Bongbong Marcos on Friday, October 28
- In the interview, Mocha had asked the former vice presidential candidate about the alleged election fraud that resulted in his loss
- Marcos affirmed the election rigging, and tagged Smartmatic as part of the election cheating process
Former Senator and Vice presidential candidate Bongbong Marcos admits willingness to accept any government position, during his interview with the former leader of the Mocha Girls, Mocha Uson on Friday, October 28.
The former senator hinted at readiness to accept any position by saying, "Kahit saang posisyon ako ilagay, kahit papaano makakatulong ako."
(Whatever position I am placed in, somehow I can help.)
He went on to say that if he had been the vice-president, he would have worked on supporting the President's anti-corruption and anti-drug campaigns and improve the idustries relating to infrastructure, education, and agriculture.
In the interview, Mocha also asked the former senator if he thinks there were irregularities in the past election.
Marcos replied by saying, "Maliwanag na hindi tama, at sabay-sabay na nagbago."
(Clearly it was wrong, and everything changed at the same time.)
He claimed that the election was rigged and Smartmatic, the electronic voting service provider, was clearly part of the rigging when they used the spare precinct count optical scan or PCOS machines to maneuver the votes in favor of their candidates.
Watch the full interview here: