BOGUS SURVEYS PRELUDE TO CHEATING: DUTERTE CAMP

leni mar

BY · MAY 5, 2016

The camp of presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte has warned the public of yet another fake survey that will show administration bet Mar Roxas ahead of the other presidential candidates.

The spurious survey is designed to condition the minds of the Filipino people that Mar Roxas is the real frontrunner and will most likely win the presidential race, according to Leoncio Evasco Jr, the national campaign manager of Duterte.

The fake survey will be reportedly released on May 7 or two days before election day, said Evasco.

“The survey is both grossly questionable and downright illegal,” Evasco said in a statement Thursday. “The Commission on Elections prohibits the release of survey results three days before the election. Obviously, this survey is designed to condition the minds of the Filipino people that Mar Roxas is the real frontrunner.”

Over the weekend, an obviously manipulated survey conducted by an unknown agency called D’Strafford placed Roxas on top of the presidential race.

Evasco warned that the fake surveys will be used as anchors for the cheating mechanism of the administration.

“These are prelude to cheating and are all part of a system of election fraud laid down by the administration,” said Evasco. “We have warned the public already, and we are again warning the Filipino people of possible massive cheating in the elections on Monday. The administration will be relentless in its attempts to subvert the will of the Filipino people.”

“The people must foil the evil plan of the administration,” he added.

“We should not belittle the desperation of Roxas, Aquino, and the yellow ilk because they are in power and in control of the resources, including funds,” Evasco said.

It is only the people who can stop this, Evasco said.

“They may have the money and the machinery, but we have each other and the collective desire for real change,” he said.

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