- Bong Go said that the people behind the “black propaganda” will be held accountable
- He also expressed how the propaganda affected his campaign
- Go also said that he is not a “rubberstamp” in the Senate
Newly-proclaimed Senator and former SAP Christopher “Bong” Go said that he would hold accountable those who tried to discredit him during the campaign period.
KAMI learned from ABS-CBN News (author Berchan Louie Angchay) that Go admitted how damaging the “black propaganda” used against him was.
"Sabi ko nga bilog ang mundo. Antayin na lang po natin, mananagot ang dapat managot," Go said.
"Grabe na po ang pahirap niyo sa akin sa nakaraang eleksyon. Ako'y parang binugbog niyo talaga," he added.
During the proclamation rites last Wednesday, Go dismissed the speculations that he would be a “rubberstamp” of President Rodrigo Duterte in the Senate.
“Mukha ba akong rubberstamp? Senador po ako. Wala pong rubberstamp dito sa Senado,” he said.
“Ako, susuportahan ko si Pangulong Duterte, lahat ng kanyang legislative agenda,” Go continued.
As previously reported by KAMI, Go arrived alone at the PICC for the proclamation of rites. He was not accompanied by President Duterte who went with him during the filling of the certificate of candidacy.
KAMI also reported before that Go was involved in the “Ang Totoong Narco-list” video series that involved him to the drug trade and claimed that he has a back dragon tattoo to prove it. However, Go bared his back in front of the press to dismiss the allegations.
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