Krizette Chu: Pres. Duterte's Character Didn't Change Despite Being Attacked by Former Allies

Concerned netizen and prominent Duterte supporter, Krizette Laureta Chu revealed an interesting part of Pres. Rody Duterte's character as he claimed that the attacked by former allies like Sen. Gordon, Isko and Koko is a validation he did not change a bit. 


Krizette Chu started her revelations by asking "How do you know Duterte is the real deal?" This is the question posed by veteran blogger and Manila Bulletin writer Krizette to netizens amid the bitter word war between Pres. Rody Duterte against politicians who came on board after he was sworn in as President of the Republic. 


Aside from asking question, the concerned netizen also answered her own question by saying that the old established politicians who supported him are now pulling away from the side of the President. 

Krizette reasoned that all these politicians abandoned ship and now attacking the President of the Philippines after they found out that the President have no use for them or did not get what they want. 

She went on to cite a list of politicians who joined forces with, pledged allegiance but now, Duterte's sworn enemies. Everyone, from Alvarez to Pacquiao to Isko, to Gordon to Koko, the minute they saw he is not a useful ally, they have turned against him. 


The concerned netizen reminded the Filipino people that in case they have forgotten what Pres. Rody Duterte said during his first SONA. Pres. Duterte revealed that "Wala ni isa sa inyo nag suporta sa akin. Maybe just one or two governors. The rest, Wala. Totoo man. Now i'm here."

We should remember that the President started with no support, and if he ends with no support than it will be nothing to someone who's used to being a lone wolf. 

Krizette Chu explained that Pres. Rody Duterte losing support from politicians like Sen. Dick Gordon, Sen. Tito Sotto, Sen. Ping Lacson is not something alarming to her book. 


Read the Complete Statement of Krizette Chu:

How do you know Duterte is the real deal? 

Because all the old established politicians who supported him are now pulling away. 

Wala kasi silang pakinabang sa kanya Kasi Hindi niya sila napagbigyan sa mga gusto nila. Everyone, from Alvarez to Pacquiao to Isko, to Gordon to Koko, the minute they saw he is not a useful ally, they have turned against him. 

Remember what Duterte said in his first SONA? “Wala ni isa sa inyo nag suporta sa akin. Maybe just one or two governors. The rest, Wala. Totoo man. Now I’m here.” 

So don’t forget: Duterte started with no support. And if he ends with no support than it will be nothing to someone who’s used to being a lone wolf. 


If Duterte lost their support it’s because he refused to play the game that these politicians have played for many many years. An old man who doesn’t play the old boys’ network game. 

So if you think it’s an insult to Duterte to be losing the support of trapos, think again.

Mas matakot ang mga supporters ni Duterte if he ends this term as one of them—kissing their cheeks in parties and being great friends with the political establishment. 

Him being demonized by the likes of former allies like Gordon and Isko and Koko—all musty politicians who know their way around the bureaucracy— is exactly the validation we need that the Presidency didn’t change Rodrigo Duterte one bit.

Source: Krizette Chu FB Page


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