CLAIM: Vice President Leni Robredo challenges presidential frontrunner Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos, Jr. to a debate to discuss his personal issues. Rating: MISSING…
FACT CHECK: FB post claims CPP supports Robredo’s candidacy, accuses MILF as responsible for Mamasapano clash
CLAIM: A certain Ria Reyes defends her claim on Facebook last April 24 that the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF)…
On May 2, 2021, about 4:00 a.m., Justine Mesias, 22, was supposed to go to their sari-sari (variety) store when his mother’s partner stopped him. Apparently, 20 to 40 state agents raided their house and allegedly found explosives.
Senatorial bet and labor leader Elmer Labog from the Makabayan Coalition met with banana plantation workers in Compostela to discuss their plight.
The story, written by a certain Lee Ann Ducusin, claimed that the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) is a key contributor to the presidential campaign of Vice President Leni Robredo, and that its founding chair, Prof. Jose Maria Sison, acts as an adviser to both Robredo and her spokesperson, Barry Gutierrez.
FACT CHECK: FB post incorrectly claims bill filed by Marcos Jr. for teachers’ salary upgrade was not approved because of PNoy
A certain Gian Chris Almanda Co addressed all public teachers in Facebook last March 12 as he claimed that the bill which seeks to increase the salaries of teachers introduced by former senator and now presidential candidate Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. in 2012 was not approved and was stopped at the first reading because he was a Marcos and the president that time was Benigno ‘Noynoy” Aquino III.
A Facebook (FB) post by Pagbabago Philippines last April 12 claimed that the country has been ran by Joma Sison since 1986 and the government is not doing anything to stop it.
On the observance of Earth Day this April 22, Friday, environment groups will launch a “Green Candidates Forum” to provide a venue for South Cotabato voters to know if local candidates have an environment agenda.
Vice Presidential candidate Walden Bello created a stir when he walked past security to the city’s Sangguniang Panglunsod session hall on Wednesday and made a symbolic protest.
Presidential aspirant Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and her mother Imelda can be held criminally liable by the Department of Justice and the Bureau of Internal Revenue for willful refusal to pay estate tax.