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Election Fraud 2019

Overseas Absenstee Voting nagsimula na..

Mga posibilidad ng Hokus Picos nakikita na..

Yung Boto para Kay Alejano sa Resibo iba

Tanong nila sa COMELEC ANO BA ???
Tanong ko sa COMELEC, may bago ba???



  • gotta lick itgotta lick it PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐

    Welcome to the 2019 DuDIRTY elections

    post ninyo yun picture ng SPOIL BALLOT nang mapatunayan kung missing si "Gary Alijano."

    FYI meron "Richard Altajora."

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  • Gumawa ng duplicate ballot with the same cluster #, serial number, but 2 ballots.
    Nalimutan tanggalin ang duplicate ni Jimenez Hulicam


  • parvus1202parvus1202 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Garry Alejano binoto?? Kinang inang. Sino boboto dyan? Puro pakalat na naman kayo ng fake news, fake protest. At papaano nyo nalaman na iyun nga ang ibinoto? Sinilip nyo sa COMELEC?
  • parvus1202parvus1202 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Asan yu ng resibo? Bakit protest paper lang yan?

  • knorrknorr PExer
    edited April 2019

    OFW sa HK, naiyak nang 'di basahin ng voting machine ang kaniyang balota dahil daw sa 'over vote

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  • Hulaan nyo kanino senatong wannabe, may 200 petot kayo and some more

  • buddywbuddyw PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐

    'Get out': COMELEC commissioner enraged over PNP's alleged inspection of vote-counting machine warehouse

    Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, April 30) — Thirteen days before the midterm elections, a furious Commission on Elections official warned the Philippine National Police that it has no authority to inspect the poll body's vote-counting machine hubs.

    Cordillera Police Regional Director Police Brigadier General Israel Dickson was photographed by a journalist inside the COMELEC warehouse in Baguio City on April 22. The report said the police official inspected the vote-counting machines and other election paraphernalia days before the May 13 polls.

    COMELEC Commissioner Rowena Guanzon tweeted that no one is allowed to inspect their hubs without permission, even if they are top police officials.

    PNP spokesperson Bernard Banac promptly issued a response that Dickson was probably given permission to inspect, otherwise he wouldn't have been allowed to enter. That further earned the ire of Guanzon.

    "PNP Director of Baguio was not given permission by our Regional Director Valeza. He entered when a logistics supplier not a COMELEC official was present. PNP, my problem is your spokesman talks too fast to defend their own, making me & our Director look like liars. Get out!," Guanzon tweeted on Tuesday.

    Dickson said it was not his intention to inspect the hub, saying he went there to personally oversee the deployment of personnel securing the warehouse.

    "It was just a coincidence that during the supervision, the VCMs were being unloaded and no warehouse supervisor from the COMELEC was in sight for a coordination to be made. Therefore no existing COMELEC laws and resolutions were violated," he said in a statement.

    Senatorial candidate Chel Diokno on Monday wrote the commission to ask for an investigation into the PNP's alleged inspection of the machines crucial to ensure a fair and honest election. He said non-COMELEC personnel shouldn't be allowed in a restricted facility.

    "Medyo nakaka-nerbiyos yon, dahil hindi na po yan perimeter security at wala naman kaalaman, wala naman kakayahan ang mga PNP na alamin yung PCOS (Precinct Count Optical Scan), kung gumagana ba 'yan, kung tama o mali. Ang mga eksperto lang ang may kaya niyan," he said.

    Senate bet and election lawyer Romy Macalintal said inspection of the counting machines was not part of the mandate of the police.

    “Nakakabahala. Kailan pa ba nagkaroon ng authority ang PNP na mag-inspect ng vote-counting machines. Hindi porke't sila ay mga police inspectors ay pwede na sila mag-inspect ng vote-counting machines. It is not part of their being police," he said.

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  • sabaybunotsabaybunot PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    teka.... isa lang ba bumoto kay Glenn Chong a HK at bakit iisa lang nag protesta? kung may dayaan at ganyan ka obvious, eh di dapat mas marami pang umaangal, di yung nag iisa na nag iinarte na malamng human error pa yng nangyari. 

  • troll_anustroll_anus PEx Rookie ⭐
    teka.... isa lang ba bumoto kay Glenn Chong a HK at bakit iisa lang nag protesta? kung may dayaan at ganyan ka obvious, eh di dapat mas marami pang umaangal, di yung nag iisa na nag iinarte na malamng human error pa yng nangyari. 

    same thing sa mga bumoto sa Dilawan. parehong may daya.
  • buddywbuddyw PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐

    Remulla: Cash seized from supporters is for watchers’ training

    SAN PEDRO CITY, Laguna, Philippines — Former Cavite Gov. Juanito Victor “Jonvic” Remulla on Sunday denied that the cash seized from his and running mate Ramon Jolo Revilla’s supporters was meant to “buy” votes for the May 13 elections.

    In a text message to the Inquirer, Remulla said the money was instead “transportation allowance” for his watchers going to a training in Cavite.

    “I am definite that there were no T-shirts and no sample ballots,” he added.

    A report from the Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon police office said 10 people were arrested for vote-buying at Barangay Zapote 5 in Bacoor City on Saturday.

    Bundles of cash

    It said the Cavite Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) responded to a complaint about vote-buying in the city, a known bailiwick of the Revillas, and found “bundles of small, brown envelopes” that each contained P200.

    The cash in the envelopes amounted to a total of P75,800. Authorities also seized P83,500 cash, a plastic bag with red wristbands and two white campaign shirts.

    The shirts were printed with “Tapat sa Bayan, Tapat sa Usapan Jonvic Remulla Gobernador and Jolo Revilla Bise Gobernador” and at the back, “Wow Pilipinas.” Wow Pilipinas is a party-list.

    Lt. Col Ricky Neron, CIDG provincial officer, had yet to answers the Inquirer’s calls to clarify what charges, if any, they would file against the suspects.

    The police report identified only one of those arrested as a certain Teresita Marjes.


    Remulla, who is seeking a comeback under the Nacionalista Party, said he had just come from a campaign rally in Barangay Zapote 5 when he learned of the arrest of “people associated with my campaign.”

    He said that “in the process of distributing their travel allowance for next week’s training, they were raided and accosted and arrested with no charges.”

    He said every candidate is entitled to having watchers on election day.

    “We do not need to buy votes. We are comfortable with our standings,” he added.

    Remulla is running against another longtime former Cavite governor, Erineo “Ayong” Maliksi of the Liberal Party.

  • private-iprivate-i PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    edited May 2019
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    On 01 May 2019, radio station RMN Tacloban posted a video [http://bit.ly/2V0szOr] with the following caption:

    “VIRAL | Nagviral yana ha social media an balota nga SHADED na han magic pen. Waray pa statement an Comelec hini ©Credit to the owner (sic)”

    Translated to English:

    “VIRAL | A ballot SHADED with magic pen has gone viral on social media. Comelec has not yet issued a statement on the matter. ©Credit to the owner (sic)”

    I watched the video myself.

    At the 00:01 mark, it can be clearly seen that the alleged ballot is labeled:

    May 13, 2019 National and Local Elections

    Clustered Precinct ID: 34280007
    Precincts in Cluster:
    0014A, 0014B, 0014C, 0014D, 0015A"

    From 00:31 to 00:52, the video creator then shone ultraviolet light on the alleged ballot and showed that the circles beside Otso Diretso candidates were already pre-shaded by some sort of invisible ink.


    While many were quick to cry foul on what supposedly was prima facie evidence of election fraud, I beg to disagree because I found several red flags that, in my opinion, directly assail the credibility of this footage.


    All that was featured in the entire 1-minute-and-35-second video were the top part of the alleged ballot, and only down to the congressional candidate. The sections for local candidates and party-list groups weren't shown.

    This raises suspicion because the official ballot is printed on a very long piece of paper, longer than any of the standard paper sizes commonly available in office supply stores today (e.g. 8.5 x 11 for Letter Size, 8.5 x 14 for Legal Size, and 8.27 x 11.69 for A4 size).

    That is, it is relatively difficult to find paper big enough to print the entire ballot on just one single piece, and I suspect that the anonymous video creator had to use several pieces of bond paper to print a single one, and that can explain why he can only take footage only down to the congressional level, because going lower could expose a fraud.


    I observed that the paper material used in the alleged ballot warps very subtly at the edges, suggesting that the paper material has a low GSM rating (grams per square meter), i.e. the paper is too thin.

    Bond paper that can be readily bought in office supply stores like National Book Store have a GSM of 70 or 80 [http://bit.ly/2UZdNYb], which is really low compared to the GSM 162 paper used for ballots based on COMELEC procurement guidelines [http://bit.ly/2V2GhA5].

    That is, ballot paper is about twice thicker than regular bond paper.

    In short, the alleged ballot video, in itself, looks fake.


    The alleged ballot shows it's for Clustered Precinct ID: 34280007 in Barangay Aplaya, Santa Rosa, Laguna , which is also the Clustered Precinct used for the sample ballots COMELEC uploaded recently [http://bit.ly/2V2GrYd].

    The point here is that anybody with a printer can print the ballot because the template is freely downloadable in the Comelec website. While this does not necessarily show that the alleged ballot is fake, it raises serious doubts on its authenticity.

    Moreover, the fact that it was uploaded by an anonymous person means there's no way for that person to testify to the authenticity of the document, much less provide us the assailed physical ballot itself.

    There are other red flags that I've observed but I felt that these three are enough to demonstrate that it's better to just ignore this video for now.

    Why? Because for all we know, it may just be a planted video that will only be used by mainstream media outlets to show that you guys can be easily fooled.

    In the first place, all RMN Tacloban said was that the video has gone viral, and nothing more.
    — feeling meh.

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  • EgozumEgozum PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐

    BOBOTO na sa Lunes ang mga BOBOTANTE kaya Huwag

    Magtaka kung bakit hindi na BUBUti ang lagay ng Bansa Natin

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    Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Undersecretary Jonathan Malaya, in a radio interview, confirmed that a “Task Force Kontra Bigay” has been established to look into those who engage and are involved in vote buying.

    DILG Undersecretary and spokesman Jonathan Malaya PCOO  MANILA BULLETIN

    DILG Undersecretary and spokesman Jonathan Malaya 

    “Talamak talaga ngayon ang vote buying at vote selling sa buong bansa (Vote buying is now rampant around the country),” he said. “Mistulang tinanggap na ng mga Pinoy ang vote buying sa mga nakaraang eleksiyon kaya naging talamak na ito ngayon (Filipinos have accepted vote buying in the past, the reason why it is very rampant today),” he added.

    With the elections now computerized, Malaya said “human intervention” when it comes to the results of the election is limited, thus, many candidates resort to vote buying. “May iba’t ibang paraan ang pamimili ng boto, pwedeng bayad kapalit ng boto [at] pwede ring bayad kapalit ng hindi na lang pagboto,” he explained.

    Malaya noted that there are also politicians who spend so much money to buy votes. Thus, he warned voters not to vote for these candidates. “[Ang mga] pulitikong gumagastos ng malaki sa pamimili ng boto, tiyak din umanong babawiin kapag sila ay naupo na sa puwesto,” he said.

    Citing reports, Malaya said that the money involved in vote buying range from P500 to P1,000. “May ulat din na hanggang P10,000 ang bayaran kada pamilya sa isang lugar sa Visayas,” he said.

    ‘No more ‘guns, goons and gold’

    Malaya said that based on the reports of the Philippine National Police (PNP) the then “guns, goons and gold” has been replaced by “gold” only. “Gold na lamang ngayon o vote buying at vote selling at napalitan na ang pangha-harass ng pamimili ng boto ng mga kandidato,” he said.

    Given this, Malaya urged the public to report incidents of vote buying.

    “Sa mga magsusumbong ng insidente ng vote buying, mahalagang samahan na rin ng affidavit at mga ebidensiya para mapalakas ang reklamo laban sa isang kandidato,” he said. “Mahigpit ang requirements sa paghahain ng reklamo laban sa mga may pakana ng vote buying dahil mabigat din ang katapat na parusa sa kanila,” he added.
    Sample form for complaints.

    Malaya noted that in Facebook Page of DILG, there is a “sample form” for those who wish to file complaints. The said form can be downloaded and used to file a complaint against candidates who engage into vote buying and other election offense.

    Meanwhile, Malaya assured the confidentiality of the reports and complaints on vote buying.

    “Confidential ang magiging usapan,” he said. “Ang mga reklamo na ihahain kaugnay ng eleksiyon ay dapat ideretso sa COMELEC at hindi sa DILG [at] sakaling may panganib sa buhay ang nagrereklamo, maaring dumulog sa PNP,” he ended. #MatalinongBoto2019

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