Encantadia writer slams Inquirer about an article says: #LeniLeaks had nothing to do with Vice President Leni Robredo
"Mali! Huwag lituhin at baguhin ang issue, PDI."
This is the remark of Encantadia writer, Suzette Doctolero in her Facebook post sharing an article published by the Philippine Daily Inquirer wherein the author said that #Lenileaks is "nonstory" or not "newsworthy."
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"#Lenileaks was a small group of older overseas Filipinos—yes, including a billionaire—venting in a YahooGroup. The Vice President was clearly not involved, although they supported her campaign. The e-mails did not discuss violence, sedition or ouster."
Read the full post Suzette Doctolero below:
"Mali! Huwag lituhin at baguhin ang issue, PDI.
"Ang lenileaks ay patungkol sa isa sa mga emails na mula sa OVP at may instructions doon para sa kanilang social media team (yes, may binabayaran ang OVP, mula sa pondo nito na galing sa gobyerno at taxes natin) kung paano titirahin at aatakehin ang mga ordinaryong mamamayan na kritiko ni VP Leni. Nakasaad din doon kung paano tatanggalan ng credibility ang pangulo at kung paano pababanguhin si Santa Leni."
Meanwhile, Sass Rogando Sasot also shared her opinion about the published article of PDI.
"Whoever wrote this Opinion article in Inquirer clearly doesn't know what #LeniLeaks is. The central and most important document in #LeniLeaks is the Social Media Strategy of the Office of the Vice President of the Philippins. The Social Media Strategy of the OVP instructs its supporters to attack bloggers critical of Leni Robredo (Cached copy of the email: https://archive.fo/F8Q1n)
"What part of "OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES" has nothing to do with Leni Robredo? Last time I check, she's still the VP.
Source: Suzette Severo Doctolero, Sass Sasot
Encantadia writer slams Inquirer about an article says: #LeniLeaks had nothing to do with Vice President Leni Robredo Reviewed by Newsinfo Learn on January 17, 2017 Rating: