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TRILLANES PRAYING, HOPING THAT BINAY WON'T WIN IN 2016 

OCT 22 ---Sen. Antonio F. Trillanes IV (photo) is praying that Vice President Jejomar C. Binay will not win in the 2016 presidential election to spare Filipinos from being led by a man whose integrity is highly suspect. I hope the Filipino people will discern the truth and falsehoods on the Senate probe that is focused on the unexplained hundreds of millions of pesos worth of Binay properties, Trillanes said. Trillanes said the continued refusal of Binay to attend public hearings on the allegedly overpriced P2.3-billion Makati carpark building before the Senate Blue Ribbon sub-committee means that he has something to hide. If Binay wins, the Vice President’s controversial R1.2-billion Batangas hacienda allegedly bought with Makati residents’ money would expand to cover the whole country, he said.
Trillanes issued this statement in a press briefing inside his Senate office yesterday where he said the Senate Blue Ribbon sub-committee chaired by Sen. Koko Pimentel would conduct eight more public hearings on alleged widespread corruption during the 28-year political dynasty of the Binay family. * READ MORE...

ALSO: No smoking gun vs Binay – analyst 

OCT 27 ---SENATORS’ efforts to link Vice President Jejomar Binay to the owner of an agritourism park in Batangas province have failed, but damaged the institution in the process, legal and political analysts said. Ramon Casiple, a respected political analyst, particularly mentioned Sen. Antonio Trillanes 4th who he said is “performing an investigation in aid of elections.” Casiple said Trillanes cannot prove Binay’s connection to businessman Antonio Tiu, the real owner of the vast Sunchamp Park in Rosario, Batangas, because “there’s no smoking gun.” “There’s no direct connection to VP [Vice President] Binay in terms of ownership of [pieces of property] or participation in the alleged practices. Material evidence is lacking,” he noted.
Other observers shared the views of Casiple, also noting that the way senators are handling the investigation of the allegations against Binay is doing the chamber more harm than good.

They said the “lynching” of resource persons during previous hearings could boomerang on them. “There should be open-mindedness. Instead, conclusions have been made,” said Dr. Antonio Contreras, a political analyst and professor of law at the Dela Salle University. In a radio interview, Contreras said members of the Senate blue ribbon sub-Committee–Senators Trillanes, Aquilino Pimentel 3rd and Alan Peter Cayetano–have clearly shown bias against invited guests who are presumed to be identified with Binay, including Tiu, who was alleged to be Binay’s “dummy.”
Contreras observed that when former Makati City Vice Mayor Ernesto Mercado and other “witnesses” spoke, there were no interruptions and they were allowed to finish their statements. “But when Tiu was talking, they [senators] butted in,” he said.

Contreras added that Filipinos are not stupid and many already frown on the lawmakers’ “antics,” which may cause damage to the Senate. Meanwhile, Dean Amado Valdez of Far Eastern University Law School said the sub-committee was looking at the wrong angle in attempting to connect Tiu with Binay. He pointed out that the explanation given by Tiu was more believable under common practice and the law. “What Tiu as a businessman is doing is consolidating property, and purposely not getting deed of sale outright because he will be going against provisions of the agrarian reform program. But from a practical point of view, this is what businessmen are doing to compete against big international players who hold hundreds of hectares of land parcels in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, etc.,” Valdez explained. * READ MORE...

(ALSO) Binay: Rich out to get me; ‘They don’t want me to lead the fight against poverty’ 

OCT 26 ---ZAMBOANGA CITY, Philippines—If his army of detractors are to be believed, he’s already several billion pesos away from his simple beginnings, but Vice President Jejomar Binay still thinks the rich are the enemy and are out to get him. In an interview with a Pagadian City radio station here on Friday, Binay said Oplan Nognog 2016, allegedly concocted to remove him from contention in the 2016 presidential election, was actually a “political” war being waged by the rich against the poor of this country. “The rich do not want people who come from poor families to rise to the highest position in the country,” he said.
In the Pagadian radio interview, Binay said he had no need to expound on what the word nognog meant as the Filipino people knew it was a derisive term for dark or small people. Nognog is the name of a small, dark boy, the title character in a comic strip created by cartoonist Leandro San Juan Martinez in the 1960s and 1970s.

He said Oplan Nognog 2016 is a cynical move against poor Filipinos like him.“The only ones capable of thinking up ways to sneer at and smear [reputations] are rich people like [Interior Secretary] Mar Roxas. You already know this. We are the same, I grew up poor. They don’t want us to be united. They don’t want me to lead the fight against poverty and joblessness in our country,” Binay said in Filipino. Binay and his camp earlier said that the corruption and ill-gotten wealth allegations against him were part of a plot to destroy his chances of becoming President in 2016, a plot called “Oplan Nognog 2016” that they claimed was hatched by Roxas and Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano, who both have ambitions of running for President in 2016. Cayetano, with Senators Koko Pimentel and Antonio Trillanes IV, is leading a Senate subcommittee investigation into the allegedly overpriced P2.3-billion Makati City Hall Building II that began construction when Binay was still the mayor of Makati. The probe has rapidly escalated as witness after witness showed up at the Senate with mind-boggling allegations of the ill-gotten wealth that Binay and his family allegedly accumulated. Walks like a duck… Binay said the accusations against him were really politically motivated and were aimed at demolishing his chances of leading the country. * READ MORE...

ALSO: LP group gives media payola for anti-VP news—source; Trillanes earns ire of netizens on anti-poor statements  

OCT 24 ---A lot of money from the Liberal Party (LP) is being poured on radio and print media for anti-Binay propaganda, with the invaluable help from its allies in the Senate. The anti-Binay propaganda has gone full blast nationwide, with the “Stop Nognog 2016,” with Liberal Party group providing media payolas that can’t be sneezed at. Payolas of at least P1, 500 per provincial broadcasters nationwide for every anti-Binay report is given to every broadcaster who delivers any and all negative news on Vice President Jejomar “Jojo” Binay, a reliable source informed The Tribune yesterday. The same piece of information was checked out with other provincial sources, both in the provincial media in other provincial areas, who confirmed the information.

With every radio station and its broadcaster airing negative comments against the Vice President, the broadcaster can earn as much as P45,000 a month, the sources said. “No wonder Senators (Antonio) Trillanes his colleagues keep up with his daily tirades and accusations against the Vice President,” the Tribune source said, adding that this is also the reason both Trillanes, Senators Alan Cayetano and Koko Pimentel continue with the Senate investigation, despite “not producing any proof and even when the lies of their ‘paid witnesses’ are being shown up.”  It appears that the concentration of the anti-Binay propaganda from the LP’s SN2016 is now in the provinces, as the source said that “the VP’s vioting strength is in the provinces.”

The Tribune tried to get its sources from the Manila media, both print and broadcast, to get information on whether some of those anti-media broadcasters and print reporters are also getting payolas for their anti-Binay newsreports, but they declined to confirm that payolas are being used by the LP group to ensure an anti-Binay coverage. “Go through their broadcasts and other media instead,” the sources said. “Those who don’t even give the time and day to air the side of the VP. What else can that mean?,” the Manila media source of the Tribune said, refusing to name names. A Pulse Asia survey found that many of the 1,200 respondents nationwide were either not interested in the Senate investigations, or at the most, sometimes and rarely watch or listen to the Senate subcommitee hearings where only three senators are present. Most of those who listen and view the never ending investigation hearings on the Binays, but targeting just the VP, are concentrated in Metro Manila. In the provinces, there are only a few, and usually from the AB socio-economic levels that are more into the hearings.

“This is the reason the concentration of the anti-Binay propaganda is beng fueled by the LP group, and the reason the three senators will keep up with their Senate investigations,” the source said. * READ MORE...


ALSO: Binay dares Trillanes to show proof of allegations in public debate

OCT 23 --PHOTO: Senator Antonio “Sonny” Trillanes IV and Vice President Jejomar Binay. INQUIRER FILE PHOTOS. MANILA, Philippines—Vice President Jejomar Binay said on Wednesday he wanted a public debate with Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV so that people would come to know the truth on the corruption allegations against him, as his camp warned the senator to be prepared because he would not be immune from suit in this forum. Binay said that he dared Trillanes to the one-on-one public debate because he stood no chance to air his side in the ongoing Senate inquiry into the corruption allegations against him.Trillanes was also the one who filed the Senate resolution that led into the investigation of his alleged involvement in the overpriced Makati City hall II building, he said.“So harap tayo para malaman ano talaga ang totoo (Let’s face off to bring out the truth),” Binay told reporters after he spoke before businessmen at the Manila Hotel. Binay’s camp warned Trillanes that he should back up with “irrefutable” proof his allegations against the Vice President because otherwise Binay would file charges against him.

“If he has no proof on his claims, especially on the Rosario, Batangas property, then the Vice President can file charges against him,” Binay’s spokesperson Cavite Gov. Jonvic Remulla told reporters. Remulla said that in this debate, Trillanes would have no immunity from suit, which he has been enjoying inside the halls of the Senate.
Remulla said that the Vice President wanted an “even playing ground” to make his case in seeking the public debate with Trillanes. Remulla also said they were leaving it up to Trillanes to set the date, time and venue for the public and televised debate. But he said they would like the debate to be moderated by the deans of the College of Law of the University of the Philippines and the Ateneo De Manila University in order to set the “tenor” of the debate.
“I think it will be a disservice if the Vice President and the senator would end up shouting each other,” Remulla said, in explaining the need for the law deans to “temper” the debate. Asked on the invitation by the mother committee of the Senate blue ribbon for Binay to appear before them, Remulla said they would first do the debate before considering the invitation.THIS IS THE FULL REPORT

ALSO on Senate Probe: Senators play loose with truth, biases clear --JV Bautista 

OCT 26 ---United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) interim secretary general, lawyer JV Bautista, yesterday said the biases of the three senators conducting the probe on the alleged overpricing of the Makati City Hall Building ll have become much too obvious that they can’t help but betray them time and again, the already foregone conclusion of the inquiry. “The Senate hearing last Wednesday again unmasked the prejudgement of the senator-inquisitors,” Bautista said.
Even out of the Senate, with Sen. Antonio “Sonny” Trillanes along with his tag-along media on a visit to Antonio Tiu’s Agri-farm in Batangas which the senator insists on branding as Hacienda Binay, made a fuss about being barred by the guards at noontime, even when the visit was scheduled for 3 to 5 p.m.

When he and the media with him were allowed in, immediately, Trillanes, already on his second visit to the farm, suddenly described the Tiu farm as ”lavish,” “excessive” and “obscene” which he insists belongs to Vice President Jejomar Binay. He never described the farm this way on his first visit and even praised Tiu and his farm. Tiu first brought Trillanes in the media to the so-called mansion, and then to the pavillion, kew garden, piggery and orchid garden, which is being leased by Binay’s wife, former Makati Mayor Elenita Binay.
Trillanes admitted that at first glance, there was no trace that the property belonged to the Binays, but still insists it belongs to Binay.

Bautista noted that while the Senate star witness, former Makati City Vice Mayor Ernesto Mercado almost literally took over the hearing last Wednesday, treating it as if it was his own press conference, businessman Tiu was bullied and ridiculed by the three senators conducting the hearing, Senators Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel, Alan Peter Cayetano and Trillanes. “Mr. Mercado was allowed to hold a press conference where he again made malicious and baseless charges against the Vice President Jejomar Binay without any interruptions. When it came to businessman Antonio Tiu, he was constantly interrupted, ridiculed and treated like a criminal,” said Bautista. “The way Mr. Tiu was abused and threatened especially by Senator Trillanes only confirms the wisdom of the VP’s decision to stay away from this farcical witchhunt,” said the UNA official. “These inquisitors are so blinded by hate that they do not even, or maybe pretend not to, understand that of course a property sale can be consummated by a TCT annotation only after the seller has completed his documentation and the buyer his payments,” he added. * READ MORE...

ALSO: Trillanes, Binay camp trade barbs over 'secret' bank accounts 

OCT 26 --This time, Senator Antonio Trillanes IV is alleging he has come across information that Vice President Jejomar Binay owns several bank accounts abroad. The camp of Vice President Jejomar Binay was quick to rebut these claims, however, saying all the senator has been doing is to tell lies. In an interview on dzMM, Trillanes was asked whether he has received any information that Binay has properties abroad. Trillanes said he is not aware of any property abroad. Instead, he said: ''Ang nakita natin eh, bank accounts abroad." Trillanes said this information will be revealed in future hearings of the Senate Blue Ribbon subcommittee, which initially started its probe on the alleged overpricing of the Makati City Hall Building II.

Asked for comment, an ally of Binay said Trillanes is worse than Pinocchio. “Another lie from a senator with a history of lying. Unlike Pinocchio, it’s not the nose that grows with every lie but his ego. Lumalaki ang ulo. Hindi kami magtataka kung magpapakita din ito ng mga pekeng dokumento dahil ganito katalamak ang kanyang pagsisinungaling,” United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) interim president Toby Tiangco said. * READ MORE...

ALSO Tribune commentary: The nature of the Senate beasts 

OCT 22 ---Blue ribbon chairman TG Guingona stepped in to state that he is issuing a formal invitation for VP Jojo Binay to attend the Senate hearings and that he guarantees the VP will be respected, with proper decorum observed. If I were Binay, I wouldn’t step into that trap being set up by the Liberal Party and its allies in the Senate for several reasons, apart from the Senate hearings having prejudged Binay, as the inquiry is clearly not in aid of legislation.
Guingona can hardly provide guarantees. For one, even if he is the chairman of the blue ribbon committee, he cannot control whatever the other senators say or cross-examine Binay — and whatever Binay says would quickly be branded as a lie, no matter the fact that their polluted witness, former Makati vice mayor Ernesto Mercado and his group have been found to be Grade A liars.

Just look at the way the three senators — Sonny Trillanes, Alan Cayetano and Koko Pimentel skewered, insulted and threatened businessman Tony Tiu, who, despite explaining logically that he still does not have the title to the Agro-tourism park, he holds the rights to this piece of property, and that the only time he can have the certificate of transfer (TCT) is when the seller is fully paid. But the senators still insisted that Tiu is not the real owner, because he has no TCT and no matter what Tiu, a resource person at the hearing, these senators, with their highly flawed logic, says, as long as he does not issue statements saying that Binay owns the property, he will be insulted, ridiculed and threatened. Tiu had already shown that Trillanes had been texting him with threatening messages for Tiu to say that Binay is the true owner, and Trillanes and Pimentel made a big play of having Tiu investigated by the BIR and the AMLC. Shades of Torquemada!

Just listen to the illogic of Trillanes who said when he was barred by the guards in Tiu’s Agri-park, he concluded that such barring of his entry is proof that Tiu is the the owner of the park! That conclusion he made is laughable. But being an illogical person, he is never likely to come up with the simplest conclusion or truth, that can be gained through syllogism. And look at the way these same senators treated the UNA secretary-general, lawyer JV Bautista, with Trillanes and his senatorial ilk cutting him off quickly, even warning Bautista that he is on a short lease. This they never do to their polluted witnesses who have been caught lying in all their statements. * READ MORE...


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Trillanes hopes Binay won’t win in 2016


TRILLANES

MANILA, OCTOBER 27, 2014 (MANILA BULLETIN -TEMPO) Sen. Antonio F. Trillanes IV is praying that Vice President Jejomar C. Binay will not win in the 2016 presidential election to spare Filipinos from being led by a man whose integrity is highly suspect.

I hope the Filipino people will discern the truth and falsehoods on the Senate probe that is focused on the unexplained hundreds of millions of pesos worth of Binay properties, Trillanes said.

Trillanes said the continued refusal of Binay to attend public hearings on the allegedly overpriced P2.3-billion Makati carpark building before the Senate Blue Ribbon sub-committee means that he has something to hide.

If Binay wins, the Vice President’s controversial R1.2-billion Batangas hacienda allegedly bought with Makati residents’ money would expand to cover the whole country, he said.

Trillanes issued this statement in a press briefing inside his Senate office yesterday where he said the Senate Blue Ribbon sub-committee chaired by Sen. Koko Pimentel would conduct eight more public hearings on alleged widespread corruption during the 28-year political dynasty of the Binay family.

* Tomorrow’s public hearing by the Senate sub-committee will be the ninth.

Trillanes had said there would be eight more public hearings as he has documents that would pin down the Vice President to alleged fraudulent activities when he was Makati City mayor.

With the Binay-Trillanes feud getting messier, Ttillanes denied that the Senate hearing has become a “kangaroo court.’’

He said the sub-committee has seen to it that the office and the person of the Vice President has been respected as it only invited, not subpoenaed, him to appear before it.

The camp of Binay had stated that the Vice President would only appear before the Ombudsman where he and several other current or past Makati officials have been accused of plunder.

His spokesman, Cavite Gov. Jonvic Remulla, had claimed that the Senate public is no longer an investigation “in aid of legislation’’ but to further the political fortunes of his accusers such as Trillanes and Senate Majority Leader Alan Peter S. Cayetano.

Trillanes said he is elated by the survey that said 79 percent of Filipinos want Binay to appear before the Pimentel sub-committee. (Mario V. Casayuran)

FROM THE MANILA TIMES

No smoking gun vs Binay – analyst October 26, 2014 11:26 pm by JOEL M. SY EGCO
SENIOR REPORTER


BINAY

SENATORS’ efforts to link Vice President Jejomar Binay to the owner of an agritourism park in Batangas province have failed, but damaged the institution in the process, legal and political analysts said.

Ramon Casiple, a respected political analyst, particularly mentioned Sen. Antonio Trillanes 4th who he said is “performing an investigation in aid of elections.”

Casiple said Trillanes cannot prove Binay’s connection to businessman Antonio Tiu, the real owner of the vast Sunchamp Park in Rosario, Batangas, because “there’s no smoking gun.”

“There’s no direct connection to VP [Vice President] Binay in terms of ownership of [pieces of property] or participation in the alleged practices. Material evidence is lacking,” he noted.

Other observers shared the views of Casiple, also noting that the way senators are handling the investigation of the allegations against Binay is doing the chamber more harm than good.

They said the “lynching” of resource persons during previous hearings could boomerang on them.

“There should be open-mindedness. Instead, conclusions have been made,” said Dr. Antonio Contreras, a political analyst and professor of law at the Dela Salle University.

In a radio interview, Contreras said members of the Senate blue ribbon sub-Committee–Senators Trillanes, Aquilino Pimentel 3rd and Alan Peter Cayetano–have clearly shown bias against invited guests who are presumed to be identified with Binay, including Tiu, who was alleged to be Binay’s “dummy.”

Contreras observed that when former Makati City Vice Mayor Ernesto Mercado and other “witnesses” spoke, there were no interruptions and they were allowed to finish their statements.

“But when Tiu was talking, they [senators] butted in,” he said.

Contreras added that Filipinos are not stupid and many already frown on the lawmakers’ “antics,” which may cause damage to the Senate.

Meanwhile, Dean Amado Valdez of Far Eastern University Law School said the sub-committee was looking at the wrong angle in attempting to connect Tiu with Binay. He pointed out that the explanation given by Tiu was more believable under common practice and the law.

“What Tiu as a businessman is doing is consolidating property, and purposely not getting deed of sale outright because he will be going against provisions of the agrarian reform program. But from a practical point of view, this is what businessmen are doing to compete against big international players who hold hundreds of hectares of land parcels in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, etc.,” Valdez explained.

* In the Philippines, he said, one cannot own more than five hectares at a time “so you compile land to compete against international business.”

“You purposely veer away from being the nominal owner so as to not run afoul of the Philippines’ agrarian reform law. But you have all the right to use, transform, destroy, etcetera, the property being the lawful owner,” Valdez added.

Even the photos exhibited by Mercado, he noted, have no value in court because the case would be solely based on the argument that he used to be an employee or colleague of the Binays.

“There are many versions of occupying a property, not necessarily owning it. The court will most certainly delve deep into this, and not take at face value any testimony of a single witness, which is what the Senate sub-committee is doing,”
Valdez said.

Contreras agreed with Valdez’s observation that Tiu had explained that he is yet to secure the land title because of an existing mortgage.

“When you’re paying off a mortgage, you don’t have your TCT [transfer certificate of title] at hand. But when asked, yes, I live and use this property… I paid a down payment. I am currently paying amortizations. Yes, I own the land,” he said.

The analyst cautioned the investigating lawmakers against making life harder for Binay because the Vice President may eventually win the sympathy of voters.

Contreras likened Binay to former President and now Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada who himself was subjected to a lot of accusations and name-calling before winning the presidency in 1998.

“But the bigger issue is that the process of investigation, of inquiry, is being compromised by the demeanor of the senators in the sub-committee. And all this badgering, bullying, will backfire on them, and on the institution of the Senate, in general,” the law professor said.

In Malacanang, Presidential Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr. on Sunday said over state-run Radyo ng Bayan the much awaited debate between Binay and Trillanes is welcome, calling it a part of a healthy democracy.

FROM THE INQUIRER

Binay: Rich out to get me; ‘They don’t want me to lead the fight against poverty’ By Julie Alipala |Inquirer Mindanao2:12 am | Saturday, October 25th, 2014


BINAY

ZAMBOANGA CITY, Philippines—If his army of detractors are to be believed, he’s already several billion pesos away from his simple beginnings, but Vice President Jejomar Binay still thinks the rich are the enemy and are out to get him.

In an interview with a Pagadian City radio station here on Friday, Binay said Oplan Nognog 2016, allegedly concocted to remove him from contention in the 2016 presidential election, was actually a “political” war being waged by the rich against the poor of this country.

“The rich do not want people who come from poor families to rise to the highest position in the country,” he said.

In the Pagadian radio interview, Binay said he had no need to expound on what the word nognog meant as the Filipino people knew it was a derisive term for dark or small people.

Nognog is the name of a small, dark boy, the title character in a comic strip created by cartoonist Leandro San Juan Martinez in the 1960s and 1970s.

He said Oplan Nognog 2016 is a cynical move against poor Filipinos like him.

“The only ones capable of thinking up ways to sneer at and smear [reputations] are rich people like [Interior Secretary] Mar Roxas. You already know this. We are the same, I grew up poor. They don’t want us to be united. They don’t want me to lead the fight against poverty and joblessness in our country,” Binay said in Filipino.

Binay and his camp earlier said that the corruption and ill-gotten wealth allegations against him were part of a plot to destroy his chances of becoming President in 2016, a plot called “Oplan Nognog 2016” that they claimed was hatched by Roxas and Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano, who both have ambitions of running for President in 2016.

Cayetano, with Senators Koko Pimentel and Antonio Trillanes IV, is leading a Senate subcommittee investigation into the allegedly overpriced P2.3-billion Makati City Hall Building II that began construction when Binay was still the mayor of Makati. The probe has rapidly escalated as witness after witness showed up at the Senate with mind-boggling allegations of the ill-gotten wealth that Binay and his family allegedly accumulated.

Walks like a duck…

Binay said the accusations against him were really politically motivated and were aimed at demolishing his chances of leading the country.

* He said Roxas knew right after the presidential election in 2010 that he (Binay) would be going after the top post in 2016. (Roxas, the vice presidential running mate of President Aquino in 2010, lost to Binay in that electoral contest.)
“The day after the election, when you insisted to know what my plans were for 2016, then and there I admitted [that I would run for President],” Binay said.

As proof that the Senate investigation into his alleged corruption and hidden wealth was politically motivated, Binay claimed that staff from Roxas’ office were among the passengers of the helicopter that was used to take aerial footage of the 350-hectare Batangas property that Cayetano and the other Senate probers and witnesses claimed belonged to Binay and his family.

“The helicopter that was used was owned by a funder of Mr. Roxas. Reports even said that his staff were in the chopper,” he said.

Binay said that when one of the witnesses in the Senate hearings was hospitalized, Roxas was among the early visitors.
He was referring to former Makati Vice Mayor Ernesto Mercado.

“What more can you say? Walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, is a duck,” he said.

Still friends with Aquino

In the same Pagadian radio interview, Binay insisted that he is still friends with President Aquino, who earlier revealed that Binay had tried to get him to stop the Senate inquiry into his alleged corruption.

“Our friendship remains,” Binay said in the radio interview, a transcript of which was released by his office to Manila-based reporters.

When he emerged from his meeting last week with Mr. Aquino, Binay said that their friendship became even stronger. Though he and Mr. Aquino belong to different political parties, they remain friends, he said.

Binay said he has yet to decide whether to accept the invitation of the entire Senate blue ribbon committee, the mother committee of the subcommittee that is handling the Binay probe, to appear before it and respond to the corruption allegations against him.

“Let us see first what it is exactly, then we can talk about it,” he said.

Binay reiterated he did not want to face the Senate blue ribbon subcommittee because its objective was to malign his reputation.

Debate with Trillanes

On the proposed public debate with Trillanes, Binay said he would be available to debate anytime, anywhere and hopes that everything would be clear after the debate.

He asked whether Trillanes, a former junior Navy officer, wanted to debate inside a military camp.

He also said that he heard that Trillanes had been embarrassed after his tour of the alleged Binay Batangas property, which businessman Antonio Tiu is claiming to own, because his allegations of an air-conditioned piggery in the farm were found not to be true. With a report from Christine Avendaño

FROM THE TRIBUNE

LP group gives media payola for anti-VP news—source; Trillanes earns ire of netizens on anti-poor statements
Written by Charlie V. Manalo Saturday, 25 October 2014 00:00
 


LIBERAL PARTY STALWARTS

A lot of money from the Liberal Party (LP) is being poured on radio and print media for anti-Binay propaganda, with the invaluable help from its allies in the Senate.

The anti-Binay propaganda has gone full blast nationwide, with the “Stop Nognog 2016,” with Liberal Party group providing media payolas that can’t be sneezed at.

Payolas of at least P1, 500 per provincial broadcasters nationwide for every anti-Binay report is given to every broadcaster who delivers any and all negative news on Vice President Jejomar “Jojo” Binay, a reliable source informed The Tribune yesterday. The same piece of information was checked out with other provincial sources, both in the provincial media in other provincial areas, who confirmed the information.

With every radio station and its broadcaster airing negative comments against the Vice President, the broadcaster can earn as much as P45,000 a month, the sources said.

“No wonder Senators (Antonio) Trillanes his colleagues keep up with his daily tirades and accusations against the Vice President,” the Tribune source said, adding that this is also the reason both Trillanes, Senators Alan Cayetano and Koko Pimentel continue with the Senate investigation, despite “not producing any proof and even when the lies of their ‘paid witnesses’ are being shown up.”

It appears that the concentration of the anti-Binay propaganda from the LP’s SN2016 is now in the provinces, as the source said that “the VP’s vioting strength is in the provinces.”

The Tribune tried to get its sources from the Manila media, both print and broadcast, to get information on whether some of those anti-media broadcasters and print reporters are also getting payolas for their anti-Binay newsreports, but they declined to confirm that payolas are being used by the LP group to ensure an anti-Binay coverage.

“Go through their broadcasts and other media instead,” the sources said. “Those who don’t even give the time and day to air the side of the VP. What else can that mean?,” the Manila media source of the Tribune said, refusing to name names.

A Pulse Asia survey found that many of the 1,200 respondents nationwide were either not interested in the Senate investigations, or at the most, sometimes and rarely watch or listen to the Senate subcommitee hearings where only three senators are present.

Most of those who listen and view the never ending investigation hearings on the Binays, but targeting just the VP, are concentrated in Metro Manila. In the provinces, there are only a few, and usually from the AB socio-economic levels that are more into the hearings.

“This is the reason the concentration of the anti-Binay propaganda is beng fueled by the LP group, and the reason the three senators will keep up with their Senate investigations,” the source said.

* But even as Trillanes and his two other colleagues in the Senate hearings keep on pounding on Binay, and portraying him as guilty despite the absence of proof, Trillanes earned the ire of neitizens as angry netizens yesterday blasted Trillanes for his snide remarks against the poor in general during an interview at the sidelines on the ocular inspection of the Sunchamp Agri-Tourism Park in Rosario, Batangas Thursday.

The interview was posted at video sharing website Youtube and shared in social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook.

“Well, we all saw the (lavish) condition of the this place (the Sunchmap park) and I want to show you (media) the two sides of Vice President Binay who portrays himself as poor, with the color of the poor, with the way the poor behave and ac. But what he (VP) really is and his secret world show such (wealthy) lifestyle. So there you will see the real person of Vice President Binay,” Trillanes said in Tagalog, and he was caught on video telling reporters who had joined the ocular inspection.

Trillanes said this without any proof of evidence that the park is owned by the Binays.

But the terms “kulay mahirap” (color of poor people, or dark-skinned) and “asal mahirap” (acts or behavior of the poor) angered the netizens and slammed the senator for the slur.

“Being poor is nothing to be ashamed of. However Senator Trillanes’ comment re kulay mahirap suddenly seemed so offensive. Talk about being two-faced,” referring to Trillanes, one of them posted in Twitter.

“Pag maitim ba mahirap na agad? Respeto naman Senator Trillanes,” another netizen remarked.
(“When one is dark-skinned, one is automatically poor? Give the poor respect, Senator Trillanes.”)

“Just bcause you have brown-skin kulay mahirap na? Hiyang-hiya naman sayo ang mga pinoy, Senator Trillanes!” a twit in the micro-blogging site said.
(“Just because you have brown skin, you are categorized as poor? The Filipinos are ashamed of you, Senator Trillanes”).

“Asal mahirap, kulay mahirap, hiyang hiya naman ako sa sinabi ni Trillanes. Siya kaya? Asal mayaman? At kulay mayaman?” another blogger posted in Facebook.

In the same video, Trillanes was seen berating Filipino-Chinese businessman Antonio Tiu after the senator and his party were initially refused entry by caretakers of Sunchamp Agri-Tourism Park.

“What gimmick is he up to again?” Trillanes asked of Tiu when the businessman arrived at the farm.

Cavite Gov. Jonvic Remulla, the Vice President’s spokesman for political concern said Trillanes’ remarks during the ocular inspection Thrsday only showed his agenda is really anti-poor.

“He (Trillanes) thinks very lowly of poor people,” Remulla said through a text message.

Ticked off by reports of him making the rounds on the YouTube clip via the Internet, Trillanes claimed that he was set-up by Chinese-Filipino businessman and alleged dummy of the Vice President Jejomar Binay, Antonio Tiu.

He claimed that he was invited by Tiu for the launching of the Batangas agripark and that the invitation was meant to sanitize and to cover-up the property that belongs to the VP Binay, with claims that the VP merely used Tiu as his dummy to hide Binay’s ownership of the controversial 350-hectare property in Rosario, Batangas by concealing it under the name of Sunchamp.

Tiu said the property is only 144 hectares, not 350 hectares as claimed by Trillanes and former Vice Mayor Ernesto Mercado.

But Trillanes kept on, saying that he was set up. “I was set up. I gave my friendship to this fellow (Tiu) and I praised him because he said at that time that he worked hard for this agri-park through the years. And I asked him how long did it take him to do this and he lied to me at first, because he said it was many years as it took time for him to work on it. It is clear that he used us to cover up the truth,” Trillanes was quoted as saying by reporters, despite the absence of proof that Tiu is a dummy of Binay,

Trillanes laid out the alleged links between the Binay and Tiu whom he described as a patholigical liar.

“It is now coming out that Mr. Tiu and the Vice President are connected. Because the piggery is owned by VP and the orchidarium is being leased to Dr. (Elenita) Binay. Since they know each and they have also the same lawyer and law firm, I was wondering why he invited me then during the opening. The logical choice is for the Vice President to grace the occasion,” the senator said.

He further said that since Martin Subido whom he claimed to be his best friend and lawyer and is also the lawyer of the Binays and part of the law firm of Representative Abigail Binay, he came up with the illogical conclusion that “Then there is no need for us to be there since the logical choice must really be the Vice President. It only means, since we were the ones invited that there is an ulterior motive for inviting us. And it is clearly to cover-up and create a story that will hide the truth of its ownership.”

Trillanes said, “My friendship with him was sincere but his friendship with me was meant to use me and to fool me which I resented.”

“And now this YouTube clip is being used to destroy my credibility which is understandable because they want to confuse the Filipino people. But the truth will come out and that is my only weapon. My sincerity and my loyalty are to the people. No matter what, I will not stop in the digging out the truth for the sake of this country,” Trillanes said.

During the ocular inspection, the senator told reporters that the place was obviously a vacation paradise for the Binays and it was meant to be private.

“If you see the structures, those were never designed to be an agri-tourism park or resort,” he said, believing that it is not “profitable” since the structures were too heavy for tourism purposes.

He also expressed surprise that the road going to the said agri-tourism park was rough road and there was no signage for directions.

“And the site was well-hidden and it is really not for visits by day tourists but a private vacation home that only the rich can afford to build something like this,” the senator said.

“When I saw the entrance, the ponds, and the lagoon, I was amused. And now that I already see the main house, the view, it seems like you are in a paradise,” Trillanes added.

During the ocular visit of Trillanes, who filed a Senate resolution asking the blue ribbon subcommittee to investigate the Makati City Hall Building ll, refused to accept the offer of handshake by Tiu and maintained that the visit is purely the business of the subcommittee being chaired by Senator Pimentel.

Tiu said he owned the farm but maintained that the ownership of the land was different from the ownership of the farm.

The businessman who accompanied reporters and Trillanes in the ocular inspection said he is pushing for his plan to file a P5 million suit against Trillanes for tagging him as a dummy and a front of the alleged unexplained wealth of Vice President Binay using the Rosario Batangas property.

FROM THE INQUIRER

Binay dares Trillanes to show proof of allegations in public debate By Christine O. Avendaño |Philippine Daily Inquirer11:02 pm | Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014


Senator Antonio “Sonny” Trillanes IV and Vice President Jejomar Binay. INQUIRER FILE PHOTOS

MANILA, Philippines—Vice President Jejomar Binay said on Wednesday he wanted a public debate with Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV so that people would come to know the truth on the corruption allegations against him, as his camp warned the senator to be prepared because he would not be immune from suit in this forum.

Binay said that he dared Trillanes to the one-on-one public debate because he stood no chance to air his side in the ongoing Senate inquiry into the corruption allegations against him.

Trillanes was also the one who filed the Senate resolution that led into the investigation of his alleged involvement in the overpriced Makati City hall II building, he said.

“So harap tayo para malaman ano talaga ang totoo (Let’s face off to bring out the truth),” Binay told reporters after he spoke before businessmen at the Manila Hotel.

Binay’s camp warned Trillanes that he should back up with “irrefutable” proof his allegations against the Vice President because otherwise Binay would file charges against him.

“If he has no proof on his claims, especially on the Rosario, Batangas property, then the Vice President can file charges against him,” Binay’s spokesperson Cavite Gov. Jonvic Remulla told reporters.

Remulla said that in this debate, Trillanes would have no immunity from suit, which he has been enjoying inside the halls of the Senate.

Remulla said that the Vice President wanted an “even playing ground” to make his case in seeking the public debate with Trillanes.

Remulla also said they were leaving it up to Trillanes to set the date, time and venue for the public and televised debate.

But he said they would like the debate to be moderated by the deans of the College of Law of the University of the Philippines and the Ateneo De Manila University in order to set the “tenor” of the debate.

“I think it will be a disservice if the Vice President and the senator would end up shouting each other,” Remulla said, in explaining the need for the law deans to “temper” the debate.

Asked on the invitation by the mother committee of the Senate blue ribbon for Binay to appear before them, Remulla said they would first do the debate before considering the invitation.

FROM THE TRIBUNE

Senators play loose with truth, biases clear --JV Bautista
Written by Angie M. Rosales and Charlie V. Manalo Friday, 24 October 2014 00:00

Mercado hides behind immunity, makes up tales—UNA

Senators are playing loose with the truth, and their biases show.


SUB-COMMITTEE SENATORS: CAYETANO, TRILLANES, PIMENTEL

United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) interim secretary general, lawyer JV Bautista, yesterday said the biases of the three senators conducting the probe on the alleged overpricing of the Makati City Hall Building ll have become much too obvious that they can’t help but betray them time and again, the already foregone conclusion of the inquiry.

“The Senate hearing last Wednesday again unmasked the prejudgement of the senator-inquisitors,” Bautista said.
Even out of the Senate, with Sen. Antonio “Sonny” Trillanes along with his tag-along media on a visit to Antonio Tiu’s Agri-farm in Batangas which the senator insists on branding as Hacienda Binay, made a fuss about being barred by the guards at noontime, even when the visit was scheduled for 3 to 5 p.m.

When he and the media with him were allowed in, immediately, Trillanes, already on his second visit to the farm, suddenly described the Tiu farm as ”lavish,” “excessive” and “obscene” which he insists belongs to Vice President Jejomar Binay. He never described the farm this way on his first visit and even praised Tiu and his farm. Tiu first brought Trillanes in the media to the so-called mansion, and then to the pavillion, kew garden, piggery and orchid garden, which is being leased by Binay’s wife, former Makati Mayor Elenita Binay.

Trillanes admitted that at first glance, there was no trace that the property belonged to the Binays, but still insists it belongs to Binay.

Bautista noted that while the Senate star witness, former Makati City Vice Mayor Ernesto Mercado almost literally took over the hearing last Wednesday, treating it as if it was his own press conference, businessman Tiu was bullied and ridiculed by the three senators conducting the hearing, Senators Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel, Alan Peter Cayetano and Trillanes.

“Mr. Mercado was allowed to hold a press conference where he again made malicious and baseless charges against the Vice President Jejomar Binay without any interruptions. When it came to businessman Antonio Tiu, he was constantly interrupted, ridiculed and treated like a criminal,” said Bautista.

“The way Mr. Tiu was abused and threatened especially by Senator Trillanes only confirms the wisdom of the VP’s decision to stay away from this farcical witchhunt,” said the UNA official.

“These inquisitors are so blinded by hate that they do not even, or maybe pretend not to, understand that of course a property sale can be consummated by a TCT annotation only after the seller has completed his documentation and the buyer his payments,” he added.

* With the way the senators are treating their resource persons, Bautista said the only plausible place to confront Trillanes and the other senators is the court,or in a properly moderated public debate, which the UNA official said Binay is eager to pursue.

“We must say though that even these venues already give too much credit to the ravings of Senator Trillanes,” he said.

In the hearing, Mercado again accused Binay of owning a property not included in his Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net worth, a log cabin in Tagaytay Highlands.

However, this was denied by Belle Corporation, developer of Tagaytay Highlands.

“We are glad the Belle Corporation has issued an official statement that the Vice President does not have a log cabin in Tagaytay Highlands, contrary to the claim of Mr. Mercado. Billing statements like the ones presented by Mr. Mercado do not prove ownership as emphasized by the official of Belle Corp. So once again, Mr. Mercado has been exposed as a liar, someone who hides behind his immunity to lie and make up stories against VP Binay,” said Bautista.

“Tagaytay Highlands has no record of the VP’s alleged ownership of a log cabin there. The signing privileges alluded to by Mr. Mercado can be enjoyed by any Highlands club member, which the VP is, and not just by unit owners. Now that this has been cleared up, we wonder where else this witch hunt will go to next,” Bautista said.

Apart from Mercado, Bautista also accused the three senators, particularly Trillanes of “playing loose with the truth.”

“Without offering a shred of evidence, Sen. Antonio Trillanes alleges bribery. We would like the senator to shed his parliamentary immunity and be accountable for defamation like any ordinary citizen. “Senator Trillanes should man up and not hide under his cloak of parliamentary immunity. It is not among the senatorial privileges to lie,” Bautista said.

Bautista added he finds it puzzling that it had to take Cayetano almost a month before admitting it was he who had chartered the helicopter used in taking aerial photographs of the Sunchamp Agri-Tourism Park.

“After almost a month, Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano admits chartering the helicopter that took aerial fotos of Sunchamp Agri-Tourism Park’s property. Senator Cayetano knew Mr. Mercado was lying when he claimed he paid for and was on board the helicopter, but he allowed that. And this is the same senator who keeps on saying that the truth will set the VP free,” said Bautista.

“The truth shall set us free, Senator Cayetano,” he stressed.

“A fish is caught by its mouth. And Cayetano has admitted to the truth after he was exposed. And he admitted this only after he was exposed as it was his people who were the passengers in the chopper,” Bautista said.

“Cayetano’s reluctant admission again underscores our point that the hearings are a scripted zarzuela where the senators are not only actors but also the directors and writers with Secretary Mar Roxas as the producer,” said the UNA official.

The Senate probers’ ocular of the alleged Binay agricultural estate in Rosario, Batangas yesterday almost didn’t take place after the party led by Trillanes and members of the media were initially barred from entering the premises.

More than two hours after their arrival in the area around noontime or shortly after the “owner” of the controversial property, Antonio “Tony” Tiu came, they were allowed entry.

Trillanes’ camp proceeded to the said property, whom the senator alleged to be actually owned by Vice President Binay, even without proper coordination with Tiu.

Tiu sent word to Sen. Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel, chairman of the Senate blue ribbon subcommittee, the panel investigating the Sunchamp Agri-Tourism Park, that the ocular inspection can be carried out between 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Tiu, in an open hearing Wednesday, told the Senate panel that he is willing to have an inspection of the area to dispute the allegations of the place being “lavish” and vast in land area, an opportunity that was immediately jumped upon by Trillanes himself by moving for the conduct of the ocular the following day.

Trillanes and members of the media invited to cover the event left the Senate premises around 9:30 a.m., a few minutes after Tiu’s letter signed by his lawyers Santiago Gabionza Jr. and Alexander Dy was formally received by the office of Pimentel.

Upon their arrival, they were barred by the guards manning the property from entering saying that they were not given instructions regarding the senator’s arrival and inspection.

The party left, only to be asked to return after the senator was told that Tiu has arrived to the said agri-tourism park.
Senate insiders privy to arranging such activity noted apparent lapses on the part of the staff of Trillanes.

“The staff should have coordinated not only with the camp of Tiu but also arranged for the security measures of the senator. At the very least, they should have sent an advance party to the area to ensure that everything will be smooth sailing. That would have given the Tiu’s party prior notice on the conduct of the ocular and they could not have been forbidden from doing so,” a member of the Senate’s office of the Sergeant-at-Arms (OSAA) pointed out.

In his letter, Tiu’s camp explicitly conveyed to Pimentel that only members Senate blue ribbon subcommittee shall be allowed to conduct the ocular of the premises and members of the media would not be allowed.

Gabionza said that at all time, the persons conducting the ocular inspection shall be accompanied and guided by such persons as may be assigned by our client to escort them through the premises.

Also, they said that the ocular inspection shall be limited to such areas or portions of the premises as may be agreed upon, and does not authorize the conduct of searches in its areas or portions.

“No video, photographs (including aerial photographs), or any other type of recording or media coverage shall be allowed,” Gabionza said.

The lawyer also disallowed any interview of Tiu, employees or staff of Sunchamp Realty Corporation, or any other person found within the premises.

Gabionsa said that the guidelines and parameters were issued to preserve the constitutional rights of their client: (1) to be secure in his person, houses, papers, and effects against unreasonable searches and seizure; and (2) to privacy, as well as to protect his property rights unless their client expressly agrees otherwise.

FROM ABS-CBN

Trillanes, Binay camp trade barbs over 'secret' bank accounts ABS-CBNnews.com Posted at 10/26/2014 3:58 PM | Updated as of 10/26/2014 3:58 PM

MANILA – This time, Senator Antonio Trillanes IV is alleging he has come across information that Vice President Jejomar Binay owns several bank accounts abroad.

The camp of Vice President Jejomar Binay was quick to rebut these claims, however, saying all the senator has been doing is to tell lies.

In an interview on dzMM, Trillanes was asked whether he has received any information that Binay has properties abroad.

Trillanes said he is not aware of any property abroad. Instead, he said: ''Ang nakita natin eh, bank accounts abroad."

Trillanes said this information will be revealed in future hearings of the Senate Blue Ribbon subcommittee, which initially started its probe on the alleged overpricing of the Makati City Hall Building II.

Asked for comment, an ally of Binay said Trillanes is worse than Pinocchio.

“Another lie from a senator with a history of lying. Unlike Pinocchio, it’s not the nose that grows with every lie but his ego. Lumalaki ang ulo. Hindi kami magtataka kung magpapakita din ito ng mga pekeng dokumento dahil ganito katalamak ang kanyang pagsisinungaling,” United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) interim president Toby Tiangco said.

* Binay is accused of pocketing public funds by overpricing and rigging the bidding of various projects of the government of Makati City, where he, his wife and his son have taken turns serving as mayor for nearly 30 years.

Binay has refused to attend the hearings amid repeated invitations, describing it as a kangaroo court.

Recently, resource persons there accused Binay of using dummies to hide his alleged ill-gotten wealth, including a sprawling estate in Rosario, Batangas.

Trillanes said businessman Antonio Tiu, who claims to own Sunchamp Agri-Tourism Park in Batangas, is Binay’s dummy.

“Until now Trillanes and his cohorts have failed to present concrete evidence, but that is not their objective. Hindi naman nila habol ang katotohanan. Si Tony Tiu, tinawag niyang good friend, tapos ngayon, dummy na. Hindi ako magtataka kung sa susunod, si Ayala na tatawagin nyang dummy ni Vice President dahil sa dami ng investments ng Ayala sa Makati,” Tiangco added.

TRIBUNE COMMENTARY

The nature of the Senate beasts Written by Ninez Cacho-Olivares Friday, 24 October 2014

Blue ribbon chairman TG Guingona stepped in to state that he is issuing a formal invitation for VP Jojo Binay to attend the Senate hearings and that he guarantees the VP will be respected, with proper decorum observed.

If I were Binay, I wouldn’t step into that trap being set up by the Liberal Party and its allies in the Senate for several reasons, apart from the Senate hearings having prejudged Binay, as the inquiry is clearly not in aid of legislation.

Guingona can hardly provide guarantees. For one, even if he is the chairman of the blue ribbon committee, he cannot control whatever the other senators say or cross-examine Binay — and whatever Binay says would quickly be branded as a lie, no matter the fact that their polluted witness, former Makati vice mayor Ernesto Mercado and his group have been found to be Grade A liars.

Just look at the way the three senators — Sonny Trillanes, Alan Cayetano and Koko Pimentel skewered, insulted and threatened businessman Tony Tiu, who, despite explaining logically that he still does not have the title to the Agro-tourism park, he holds the rights to this piece of property, and that the only time he can have the certificate of transfer (TCT) is when the seller is fully paid.

But the senators still insisted that Tiu is not the real owner, because he has no TCT and no matter what Tiu, a resource person at the hearing, these senators, with their highly flawed logic, says, as long as he does not issue statements saying that Binay owns the property, he will be insulted, ridiculed and threatened. Tiu had already shown that Trillanes had been texting him with threatening messages for Tiu to say that Binay is the true owner, and Trillanes and Pimentel made a big play of having Tiu investigated by the BIR and the AMLC. Shades of Torquemada!

Just listen to the illogic of Trillanes who said when he was barred by the guards in Tiu’s Agri-park, he concluded that such barring of his entry is proof that Tiu is the the owner of the park! That conclusion he made is laughable. But being an illogical person, he is never likely to come up with the simplest conclusion or truth, that can be gained through syllogism.

And look at the way these same senators treated the UNA secretary-general, lawyer JV Bautista, with Trillanes and his senatorial ilk cutting him off quickly, even warning Bautista that he is on a short lease. This they never do to their polluted witnesses who have been caught lying in all their statements.

* Not only are Mercado and company manufacturing “evidence” but also the three senators who are manufacturing such fake “evidence.”

But didn’t their patron in Malacañang claim that he will not countenance manufactured evidence? And aren’t those senators his allies who have been manufacturing evidence, and even getting these polluted witnesses to spew their lies, even coddling them by guaranteeing their enrty into the WPP, and ensuring that they get immunity despite the senators suborning perjury?

If I were VP Binay, I wouldn’t give these senators my time of day — despite a claimed guarantee from Guingona, who certainly is no different from the three Torquemadas.

This was displayed by Guingona himself during his blue ribbon committee hearings on the pork barrel scam, where he, along with the other attack dogs of Noynoy, not only conducted a trial by publicity against the three opposition senators but also prejudged them, using the same type of polluted witnesses to testify against their political foes and even ensuring that their so-called whistle-blowers manufacture evidence to make the three senators look guilty before the public, yet protecting themselves and their allies by not holding hearings to include all the senators.

Will Guingona, Trillanes, Cayetano and other allies of Noynoy submit themselves to an investigation of their being the recipients of their humongous DAP and how the funds were disbursed? Hell, they even lawyer for Budget Secretary Butch Abad in a one day Senate hearing, treating him with kid gloves.

Would they even submit themselves to a probe on their pork barrel that are marked with irregularities? They certainly wouldn’t, that’s for sure.

Guingona and the three senators guaranteeing VP Binay a fair hearing?

Impossible, as they are like the nature of the scorpion in the tale.

It is in their nature to destroy the LP’s political foe, due to their beastly bid to win in 2016.


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