Sen. Bato, binweltahan si Raffy Tulfo: "Who is he to say drug war a failure?"

Sen. Bato, binweltahan si Raffy Tulfo: "Who is he to say drug war a failure?"

- Sen. Bato dela Rosa hits back at senatorial candidate Raffy Tulfo for the latter's statement regarding the drug war

- "Who is he to say that the drug war is a failure?" asked Bato

- It can be recalled that Tulfo told Karen Davila in an ANC interview that the drug war was "definitely a failure"

- Bato then said that Tulfo used to be amazed at the drug war, and even hinted that perhaps those who say the drug war is a failure are those living in posh subdivisions

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Sen. Bato dela Rosa, on Tuesday, hit back at senatorial candidate Raffy Tulfo due to the latter's statement describing the drug war as "definitely a failure."

Sen. Bato, binweltahan si Raffy Tulfo: "Who is he to say drug war a failure?"
Photo: Sen. Bato dela Rosa (@ronaldbatodelarosa)
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Bato was interviewed by Karen Davila on ANC's Headstart and he frankly expressed his thoughts on the statement of the senatorial candidate.

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"Noon hangang-hanga siya sa drug war. Ngayon failure na. Sino siya para magjudge na failure ang drug war? Siguro yung mga taong nagsasabi na failure ang drug war, ito yung mga tao na nakatira sa gated community, posh subdivisions, very safe sila sa pamumuhay doon dahil guwardiyado sila," said Bato.

Aside from lambasting the broadcaster, he also underscored that there were big-time personalities who were caught because of the drug war waged by the government.

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"Ano pala ang mga Intsik na napatay dyan? Mga mayor na namatay, mga congressman na tinamaan sa war on drugs?" asked Bato.

He even stated that, "It only goes to show they're ignorant about the real situation of the drug problem sa Pilipinas."

It can be recalled that in an earlier interview of Raffy Tulfo, he described the drug war as "definitely a failure."

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The broadcaster said that it should have been taken a step further where it would involve having more rehabilitation centers in the country.

Raffy believes that with the opening of more rehabilitation centers, there would be lesser addicts, and with lesser addicts, then the supply of drugs would also be lower.

Raffy Tulfo is a known broadcaster. He is also more popularly called as Idol Raffy. He is currently running as a senator in Halalan 2022.

He was able to stun many due to his guesting on ASAP on Sunday, September 19, 2021. On the said variety show, Idol Raffy sang Rey Valera’s hit song “Kung Kailangan Mo Ako” together with singers Zsa Zsa Padilla and Nina. After his performance, Idol Raffy also aired a noteworthy message about unity. Netizens then took to social media to gush over the broadcaster’s performance.

Raffy also said goodbye to Frontline Pilipinas. There's a mixture of happiness and sadness that he is leaving Frontline. He already entrusted the program to his co-anchor Cheryl Cosim.


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