Paula Defensor-Knack knocks down Hontiveros on receiving donations from a drug lord

You know what's funny with President Rodrigo Duterte's critics? They love to criticize his policies, even calling him cold-blooded murderer and yet they're the ones whose lives are too caught up in obtaining power - resulting to their numerous involvements in drug-linked personalities. What a waste of tax.

Senator Risa Hontiveros, an incumbent senator of the Philippines, have been throwing mud at Duterte since day one. Well, this 'lady-like' lawmaker isn't as pure as her supporters think she is. Once again, her name is dragged in a very sensitive offenses concerning her connection a drug-linked businessman named Kenneth Dong, the alleged middleman of Richard Tan.

The senator admitted her connection through an interview with the media. She was one of the senators who have been principal sponsors in Kenneth Dong's wedding. The best part was she received a total of P8 million combined campaign donations from him on her senate campaigns for 2013 and 2016.

With all of these piling up, including the previous allegations of missing P1.7 billion PhilHealth funds during her term as board member, she has earned several reactions from netizens. One of those was the sister of the hailed Iron Lady of Asia - late Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago.

Paula Defensor-Knack is a staunch defender of President Duterte. She previously lambasted the lady senator regarding the PhilHealth issue, and now another malicious scandal has surfaced the internet.

In her Facebook account, Knack posted a meme of Sen. Joel Villanueva, Kenneth Dong and Sen. Risa Hontiveros, captioned: "YOU GO TO JAIL!! HONTIVEROS ALREADY ADMITTED VIOLATION OF THE ANTI-DRUG TRAFFICKING ACT ..BY RECEIVING PROCEEDS FROM A DRUGLORD."

Another meme Hontiveros' photo and admission to her ties with Dong. 

Customs broker, Mark Taguba, tagged the names of some lawmakers who are linked to an alleged middleman named Kenneth Dong.
Included in this scandalous revelation is Sen. Risa Hontiveros, who is yet to give a response on her alleged use of PhilHealth funds on her expensive television ads on 2016 senatorial campaign.

Kenneth Dong is the alleged "middleman" of Chinese businessman, Richard Tan. Tan is the owner of the warehouse in Valenzuela where consolidated goods containing 604 kilos of shabu worth P6.4 billion where delivered.

Source (Paula Defensor-Knack) (PT)