|(via Krizette Chu)|
Chu said that the money Marcos used to pay for his cash deposit in PET is from the Filipinos.
"Ang yaman talaga ng mga Marcoses. GRABE di kayang ubusin ang pera in one generation. Pera natin yan, mga kababayan, whether you believe it or not.
She also wrote that Vice President Leni Robredo is very unlucky for cheating someone who has the source to pursue a recount of votes. She also imposed a question of which kind of sinner does the Filipino people want. Chu claimed that the Filipino people are the ones who are at loss because Robredo stole votes from us while the Marcoses stole [our money] from us.
"Malas ni Leni she cheated on someone who has money to pursue a recount. Malas niya hindi na gumagana ang Saint Vs. Sinner dichotomy. Kasi lahat sila sinner. Ang tanong na lang ngayon: Which kind of sinner does the Filipino want?
"Alam niyo sino lugi dito? Tayong mga Pilipino. Tayo na ninakawan ng boto ni Leni, tayo na ninakawan ng mga Marcoses.
KING INANG BUHAY."
On the comment section, her post garnered several reactions from netizens. Some agreeing to her insights while others are opposing.
Facebook user, Ivan Agustin, asked Chu her preferred vice president. "Who do you prefer to have as vp though? Just want to have a piece of your mind."
In her part, Chu answered neutrally. She said, "Whoever rightfully won that seat should be the VP, whether I like him or not. That is democracy--a concept the infested Yellow does not understand. It matters little your opinion; vox populi IS democracy."
Netizens praised her for being neutral and unbiased. However, Ivan Agustin still asked who she think really won the vice presidential election.
"Who do I personally prefer as VP? Not BBM, and in hindsight, not Leni. Who do I think won? BBM," answered Chu.
The former Senator Bongbong Marcos paid the remaining P30 million for his electoral protest against VP Robredo on Tuesday.
He paid with two checks, one for P15 M the other for P15.2 million. The Supreme Court (SC), sitting as the PET for his election protest ordered Marcos to pay total of P66,223,000 for the 132,446 precincts for his protest. He initially paid P36.2 million on April 17.
Marcos requested for the opening of the ballot boxes of 26,465 clustered precints from Cebu, Province of Leyte, Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental, Masbate, Zamboanga Del Sur, Zamboanga Del Norte, Bukidnon, Iloilo Province, Bohol, Quezon Province, Batangas, Western Samar, Misamis Oriental, Camarines Sur, 2nd District of Northern Samar, Palawan, Sibugay, Misamis Occidental, Pangasinan, Isabela, Iloilo City, Bacolod City, Cebu City, Lapu-Lapu City and Zamboanga City while he asked for the annulment of the election results from Lanao Del Sur, Basilan and Maguindanao where the ballots have been pre-shaded and recount of 22 provinces and five cities.