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    Krizette Chu on Leni's pending poll case: “How can Leni say she has no money?”

    “How can Leni say she has no money?”

    That had been the major focus of speculation presented by a distinguished critic and writer, Krizette Laureta Chu in one of her Facebook posts. 

    In the said post, Chu gave several statements that refute and debunk Robredo’s claim that she is poor and that she “has no money”.

    Pointing out Leni’s previous trips and visits abroad as an obvious proof to qualify Robredo as a “bad liar”, Chu wrote two reasons:

    “1. Nakakapag New York bitbit ang buong pamilya….2. A few months after nag South Korea during the Holy Week. Before she assumed the Vice Presidency, nag family vacation in a couple of Asian countries.”

    Next, Chu acknowledged the extravagant and gallant life lived by Robredo who, aside from living in an expensive penthouse, also shows inclination to costly fashion brands.

    “3. Maraming LV, Ferragamos, at expensive clothes. As in marami….4. Sa penthouse nakatira.”

    The “Harvard-issue” was not also absolved from Chu’s speculation. 

    “5. Sent Aika Robredo to Harvard with an estimated P5 million a year cost. HAS REFUSED TO TELL US WHERE SHE GOT FUNDS FOR IT. Has SALN worth P8 million only. UULTIN KO: The Mason Fellowship is not a financial scholarship,” Chu speculated.

    The next three reasons speculates on Robredo’s previous electoral spending, her regularized US trips, as well as the number of so-called “oligarchs” that always support her.

    “6. Spent nearly half a billion pesos during the campaign….7. Flies off to the US on a regular basis for the flimsiest of reasons….8. Has some of the richest oligarchs supporting her cause,” Chu wrote.

    Last reason wary of Robredo’s hypocritical statement includes her youngest daughter who, according to Chu, is currently in Spain.

    “9. Apparently, the youngest daughter is in Spain right now. I don't really care but how can you claim to be poor when your children are all over the world?” Chu rhetorically questioned.

    The speculation of Chu and several other independent writers/journalists sprang up after Robredo, as reported by Philstar.com, expressed her intention to file a motion that extends the deadline of poll protest fee that sums up to P7 Million.  

    “Leni, sino niloko mo na wala kayong P7 million? She should be sanctioned--not tolerated--if she continues to flout the poll protest process…Gusto niya ata 2022 na siya mag start….The most expensive of Robredo's pursuits is BUYING TIME,” Chu wrote in her post also claiming that Robredo should be sanctioned for wanting to delay a righteous and just undertaking.

    Chu with her desire to put an end to this chaotic, discrepancy-induced electoral protest, left a simple note or a piece of advice addressed to Marcos’ supporters that reads:


    “An idea: MARCOS SUPPORTERS should pay the P7 million (or Marcos himself) para umusad na ang kasong ito. GAVAGIVES na kayo!” Chu ended.



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