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Anong pinagyayabang mo? Duterte says Alejano failed miserably at showing bravery

Mar 20, 2017 @ 13:56

For President Rodrigo Duterte, Magdalo party-list Rep. Gary Alejano is the least credible person to talk about bravery because of his involvement in the failed 2003 Oakwood mutiny.

Speaking to reporters in Myanmar Sunday (March 19), Duterte launched a tirade against Alejano for making “noise” with the filing of an impeahment complaint against him.

“What have you done to the country? Nothing. Except to make noise and that really happened during your mutiny. Na hindi kayo kasi pinapa… You were forgiven by a President na ewan ko. And you enjoyed your freedom now because of one man but what you did to the country was really something out of,” Duterte said.

The President said Alejano isn’t in a position to talk about bravery considering the mutiny he joined with other soldiers during the term of former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo was a failure.

“Tapos kayo mayabang. Ano bang pinagyayabang ninyo? Na you had your chance to show your bravery. Do not s*** with me,” he said.

“May panahon na na dapat lumaban kayo, ‘yung itlog ninyo dumating naman diyan sa bunganga ninyo. Tapos sabihin niyan ‘bravery bravery.’ Eh di noon lumaban na sana kayo,” Duterte added.

The President called Alejano “a shame” for attempting to overthrow the government during the Arroyo administration considering he studied at the Philippine Military Academy.

“Pinandigan ninyo ‘yung sarili ninyo. Don’t… If I were you, stop boasting about bravery and all of these things. You are incapable of doing it. You’ve had your chance to show to the Filipino,” he said.

Alejano filed an impeachment complaint against Duterte over his supposed involvement in the killing of petty criminals in Davao City, alleged ill gotten wealth and purported hiring of ghost employees as mayor.

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