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    Wednesday, August 9, 2017

    Former Presidential Assistant on EA to Senator Drilon: "Stop crying, Frank"

    Jose Alejandrino, former General Manager at the Manila Chronicles and former Presidential Assistant on Economic Affairs under Ramos administration, recently wrote a Facebook post filled with criticisms and speculations addressed to one of Liberal party’s distinguished vanguards, Senator Franklin Drilon.

    In the said post, Alejandrino advised the senator to tell his “cousin” to give up and consequently be subjected to trial.

    The journalist also emphasized on the Duterte administration strict campaign against drugs and narco-politicians of which Drilon’s unnamed cousin was once bruited to be affiliated to.


    Frank, stop crying. We both know the connection between corrupt politicians and drug money. I'm sorry to see the LP lose its goodies but you guys should have listened to good advice.

    Frank, we used to be friends on fb. Then you got angry and deleted me because of what I was saying. The LP thought Duterte was just another dumb provincial boy with a loud month. You all thought he would be a pushover.

    Well, Frank, the LP underestimated his resolve. Duterte hates drugs. He dislikes corruption. What you are now seeing is only the second phase. Oh, yes, Frank, a third phase is coming.

    PNP chief Bato gave fair warning to druglords. Surrender or die. Now if they're really clean, they have nothing to worry about. Just turn themselves in and let the courts decide. What's your objection, Frank? My advice is you tell your cousin to give up.

    Relax, Frank, and watch the show. Stress is bad for your blood pressure. I'm worried about your overweight problem.

    At your age, you really need to lose weight.

    What show? I recommend the "Untouchables."

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