According to the Palace, a defeated Senatorial candidate claimed that the Liberal Party are plotting to destabilize the Duterte administration.
Former Manila councilor Greco Belgica allegedly received information that the Liberal Party have been funding a destabilization plot and worst part is that there is also an assassination plans against President Rodrigo Duterte.
As we all know, the LP wants to evict Duterte from the Presidential post and place their photo-ops lover Vice President Leni Robredo which is why they have been spreading lies and lies against the President.
"They want to put Leni Robredo in power and evade criminal liabilities. We don’t want that to happen so we should not allow it," Belgica claimed.
Belgica said the plot's mastermind is former President Benigno Aquino III, his political adviser Ronald Llamas, Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV, and former Budget Secretary
"Sila rin ang relentless efforts and attempts to kill the President, destroy his loved ones,
and threaten the lives of those who support him," he claimed.
But where will they get so much fundings?
Belgica also said that after accummulating billions from the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP), the Liberal Party has so much money to use.
"They have so much money in their hands and they are willing to use it. This is known in
the intelligence community. They are willing to use it because they are going to jail," he
"These are not news. These are for validation," he explained.
Belgica noted that his revelations were just intelligence reports he received.
Meanwhile, Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella stated that there must substantial evidence to support the allegations.
"As far as we know, matters like these arise every day, almost every day, threats and the like. And so… I’m sure it’s going to be also looked into," Abella stated.
"Any threat is a cause of concern," he added.
For his part, Duterte dared those who are against him to continue with their plans to oust him for he has no clingy feeling to stay as President for he is not happy in the job.
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