The blogger stated that the recent interview of Sen. Trillanes with BBC HARDtalk's presenter Stephen Sackur shows that the senator is the one who spreads "fake news" when he said that shabu is not a huge problem in the Philippines.
"...Napanood niyo ba yung interview niya? Hindi ba sa international media pa, sinasabing hindi malaking problema ang shabu?" she said.
A controversy stirred up when Uson posted on her social media that a corporation has a debt of P96 billion worth of unpaid taxes based on Article 263" of the Philippine Constitution.
"Honestly ito, ano ba ang fake news? Ang layunin ng fake news ay manlinlang ng tao, at hindi ko po ginawa yan. Kung meron man akong pagkakamali sige yung article...yung Section 263 na tax code na nag-erratum na po ako doon. Dahil gumawa naman po ako ng video blog na dini-discuss yung ikakaso doon sa Mighty Corp., nag-erratum na ako doon," Uson said.
"Yung mga pagkakamali ko, pray for our soldiers, ang nakakalungkot yung mga pagkakamali ng mga VP Leni na nagpakalat ng fake news diyan sa UN Narcotics body, sinasabi na 7,000 ang drug related killings. Mali pa yung impormasyon patungkol sa mga palit-ulo," she added.
"You cannot please everyone," she answered when asked about what she thinks about her critics.
Asked what she thinks about her critics, Uson said: "You cannot please everyone."
"Ang akin lang po namamatay na po yung mga sundalo natin doon. Nakausap ko po sila, and they really need the support of our kababayan, kasi nga may mga sariling pamilya 'yan. Habang tayo nag-aaway ng politika dito, sila nakikipagbakbakan. At yung mga kalaban natin doon ay hindi lang mga lokal na terorista, international na po."
Another controversy, last May, the PCOO's assistant secretary was entangled in a controversy where she shared on social media a photo of praying soldiers in Honduras via a Facebook page called CinEmotion Digital Films.
Along with the post was the caption, "Let’s pray for our army. Panalangin din po natin ang mga pamilyang naiwan at nababahala sa kalagayan ng kanilang asawa at tatay (Let us also pray for the families left behind who are worried about the situation of their husbands and fathers)." Also included were the hashtags copypaste_from_the_owner and mystique_warrior.
Uson's post stirred accusations of her claiming the photo was from Marawi.
"I did not say that was Philippine army. I did not say that picture was taken from Marawi. It’s a symbol of army praying," she wrote in a Facebook post.
"Alam po ninyo, nagulat ako kasi hindi ko po alam na magiging malaking issue ito. Dahil na-share ko yung isang Facebook page na ang caption ay let's ano...may sinabi doon na parang verse from the Bible na let's pray for the soldiers ganyan. Na-touch yung puso ko doon na ang layunin ko ay hikayatin yung mga kababayan natin to pray for our soldiers, pero hindi ko sinabi na mga sundalo natin iyan sa Marawi," Uson said.