- Ogie Diaz aired his theory on why the party-list backed by Mocha Uson lost
- He cited reasons about being too confident and complacent
- The actor also expressed that Mocha may be more lucky next time
Ogie Diaz bravely disclosed his theory about why the party-list of Mocha Uson did not emerge victorious in the recently-held 2019 midterm elections.
KAMI learned that the former Palace communications assistant secretary decided to back the party-list called “AA Kasosyo” in this year’s polls.
In the partial and unofficial tally of the Commission on Elections (Comelec), the said party-list is currently at the 72nd spot with 119,196 votes as of 3:09 in the afternoon today.
Ogie expressed that the possible reason why Mocha’s party-list did not end up on top of the tally was because the former actress became too complacent.
He also claimed that the voters wanted a group that is independent and will not use the power of the President to fulfill its duties and responsibilities better.
“Feeling ko, hindi siya nagka-campaign. Nag-relax siya. Akala niya siguro, mata-translate into votes ang milyon-milyon niyang followers kahit sitting pretty niya.
“Feeling ko din, ayaw ng mga botante yung nakasandal at nakasipsip siya lagi sa Pangulo. Gusto nila, independent-minded. Kaya silang panindigan at ipaglaban ng partylist ni Mocha ke tumulong o hindi sa kanya ang Pangulo.
“Anyway, bata pa naman si Mocha. Malay naman niya, sa 2022, makasilat na siya ng pwesto sa kongreso basta alam lang niya ang pinapasok niya at hindi siya nang-aaway nang wala sa lugar,” Ogie wrote.
In a previous article by KAMI, Ogie spoke up after hearing the statement of Bato Dela Rosa about “seeking seminars on lawmaking.”
Ogie Diaz is a popular celebrity in the Philippines who is also the talent manager of Liza Soberano. He already appeared in several teleseryes including “The Blood Sisters,” “Mutya” and “May Bukas Pa.”
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