Tito Sotto thumbs down Mocha’s federalism theatrics
Senate President Tito Sotto is dismayed with the vulgar video about federalism shared by Presidential Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson.
“Theatrical techniques will not work to explain a very serious and high falluting issue such as Federalism!” Sotto tweeted.
In the video episode of “Good News Game Show,” Uson introduced her friend Drew Olivar dancing and cheering “Ipepe, ipepe. Idede, idede. Ipede, pede, pede, pederalismo!”
The controversial video, which supposedly meant to raise public awareness about the administration’s federalism move, has drawn flak from other groups.
— Tito Sotto (@sotto_tito) August 6, 2018