That could be possible now that his colleagues are finally realizing what kind of a menace and disgrace this man is.
One of them is Senator Joseph Victor "JV" Ejercito who said that it's about time for the Senate to clean up some garbage in their lawn.
"It’s about time. We practice parliamentary courtesy to avoid occurrence of such incidence. This is very un-parliamentary," the Senator said.
He also said that he has been commenting on Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV about his ill-mannered behaviour towards their colleagues for months now and now it happened again during Senate Blue Ribbon hearing.
"I have voiced out my concern regarding Trillanes’ actuations towards colleagues a few months ago already," Ejercito said in a text message.
"I feel that these kinds of actuations have to be dealt with accordingly. It’s about time so that it doesn’t get out of hand. Senators should practice proper decorum at all times," he added.
Ejercito also pointed out that eversince President Rodrigo Duterte assumed office, Trillanes has been a disgrace to his colleagues. He said that he will support Sen. Richard Gordon in his plan to file an ethics charges against Trillanes after the bloody clash between the two during the Blue Ribbon hearing on the P6.4 billion worth of shabu smuggled in the country.
"It is unfortunate the incident yesterday does not give a good impression of the senate. I feel that these kind of actuations have to be dealt with accordingly," Ejercito stated.
There was also a time when Trillanes and Sen. Miguel Zubiri almost punched one another inside the Senate. The two had a heated argument during the investigation on bribery inside Bureau of Immigration.
Calling Trillanes' behaviour as "unparliamentary".
Aside from Zubiri, Trillanes also had an argument with Department of Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano, Senators Manny Pacquiao, Tito Sotto and now Senator Richard Gordon.
Who's next Trillanes?
One of the most unforgettable scenario in the Senate was when Trillanes suddenly turned off former Senator Cayetano's microphone during a probe.
There were reports that seven members of the Senate Ethics Committee, Senators Sotto, Lacson, Honasan, Poe, Pacquiao, Hontiveros and including Trillanes on the complaint which Gordon planned to file should be endorsed to the plenary or not.
If everything goes well, Trillanes might really be expelled from the Senate due to his misdemeanor and if Gordon gets a majority of high votes favoring his complaint.
They must do it for their own good and for the peace in the Senate. Why keep a snake within their yard?