Bong Go silenced the Yellows

Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go went to the extent of baring himself before the national media just to satisfy his critics, particularly the opposition-backed whistleblower Bikoy’s malicious designs to implicate President Duterte’s closest allies and his family members in illegal drugs trade.

Apparently believing their own lies, the Yellows had insisted that the longtime special assistant to Manong Digong show his alleged “Dragon” tattoo in his back, which would prove that he is a member of the so-called “Triad,” an international illegal drugs syndicate.

On Thursday, my friend Bong granted his salivating critics what they wished for, a happy hour-like “striptease” during a Hugpong ng Pagbabago campaign sortie in Agusan del Sur.

But to their disappointment, the naked truth instead belied the claims of a dragon tattoo in his back and the bold show did not come close to Jim Paredes’ blockbuster sex video...oh boy!

Now, the Yellows are saying Bong’s dragon tattoo must have been “erased,” either with the use of whitening substance or Photoshop, when no dragon tattoo was found on his back.

Unfortunately, presidential son Paolo “Polong” Duterte, would not go down to the level of his Yellow critics—at least not just yet.

If Polong’s rumored “Dragon” tattoo turns out to be non-existent, too, which I can guarantee is just a figment of imagination of Sen. Trillanes,  I’m afraid they’d say it must have been “erased” likewise.

These Yellow idiots fail to realize that no amount of black propaganda will blacken the accomplishments of the Duterte administration and the beginnings of a better life for the disadvantaged Filipinos in the half of its term.

Come May 13 polls, certain things will remain indelible in the minds of an enlightened and wiser electorate: Decrease in poverty incidence, decrease in unemployment, decrease in prices of commodities, decrease in crime incidence and, of course, decrease in the number of illegal drug dealers alive.

Still other certain things cannot be erased in the people’s mind: How Noynoy Aquino and Mar Roxas betrayed the SAF44, Noynoy and his cohorts sacrificed the health safety of thousands of poor children in their Dengvaxia scam, how Noynoy hijacked public fund under the unlawful Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP), how they made DOTC contracts and Customs smuggling milking cows for the Yellow 2016 election campaign.

The Yellows can go on dragon tattoo-hunting all they want but I’m afraid they might have awakened a live political dragon instead.

The opposition, with their allies in media, are desperate because people nowadays do not believe in their so-called exposes and fabricated stories against President Duterte and his family, including those people close to him.

They are wasting their time.​

Topics: Christopher Lawrence Go , Disbursement Acceleration Program , Noynoy Aquino , Mar Roxas , Hugpong ng Pagbabago
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