- VP Leni Robredo, hit back at those who are spreading fake news about her
- She addressed the issue about a text blast, where she was red-tagged along with her volunteers
- The vice president then said that those who know her know that she does not believe in violence as a solution to a problem
- In the end, she asked if they just want to stop the momentum of the People's Campaign, and likewise suggested for those spreading fake news to just join them instead
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Vice President Leni Robredo, took to Facebook and addressed the issue that was being propagated about her.
She lamented how many received a text blast and that she was red-tagged non-stop including volunteers who were helping in the campaign.
She then said that those who know her would know that she does not believe in violence as a solution to a problem.
VP Leni Robredo, muling pinasalamatan mga binisitang lugar noong nagdaang mga araw: “What a week it has been”
The vice president then said that everyone knows that she is against those who would take arms.
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At the end of her statement she said:
"Alam yan ng lahat ng katrabaho ko, kasama na ang mga nasa uniformed services, na mukhang sila ang tinatarget ng mga ganitong disinformation at propaganda. Kaya pwede ba. Gusto nyong pigilin ang momentum ng People’s Campaign? Try harder. O better yet: Sumali na lang kaya kayo? Ipanalo na natin ‘to."
VP Leni Robredo is the incumbent vice president of the Philippines. She is a human rights lawyer. Her husband was the late DILG Secretary Jesse Robredo. They have three daughters, namely, Aika, Patricia, and Jillian.
VP Leni Robredo, in a social media post, once again expressed her gratitude to the people of places she visited this past week. She said that for her, it didn’t matter that the days seemed long as they were showered with warmth and love by their supporters and volunteers. The Vice President also said that their experiences in the places they visited made the campaign more exciting. VP Leni then reposted some of the photos of the places she visited.
Ogie Diaz took to Facebook and called out a video creator for allegedly making fake news. The video was undermining the numbers that attended the Iloilo grand rally of VP Leni Robredo. The comedian then said that the creator of the video must not invent stories. He then said that even the drone shot of VP is allegedly being photoshopped by the other camp.