Prove it

Sara dares Tril­lanes

Sun.Star Davao - - TOP STORIES - By Karina V. Cañedo

“DON’T ask us to prove you wrong, prove first na hindi ka nag­sis­i­n­un­gal­ing.”

Davao City Mayor Sara Z. Duterte-Car­pio yes­ter­day chal­lenged Se­na­tor An­to­nio Tril­lanes IV on her so­cial me­dia post.

Duterte-Car­pio, on her Face­book post yes­ter­day, lashed out at Se­na­tor Tril­lanes for say­ing that he did not know that the pres­i­dent is a killer and theft when he asked for sup­port in his vice pres­i­den­tial bid last 2015.

“Na-con­fine ka ba ng mata­gal sa men­tal? Alam na ng buong mundo ang isyu pero ikaw hindi mo pa rin alam? You are ly­ing,” she said.

Duterte-Car­pio also pointed out that the is­sues on Davao Death Squad have ex­isted 20 years ago.

She said that the is­sue of DDS has been used in “Ad nau­seam” -a Latin term for ar­gu­ment or other dis­cus­sion that has been con­tin­u­ing to [the point of] nau­sea.

The mayor added that it was in 2009 that then Com­mis­sion on Hu­man Rights Chair Leila De­lima con­ducted the Davao Death Squad in­ves­ti­ga­tion, the same is­sue was still raised in the 2010 elec­tions.

She said with this back­ground, it was ques­tion­able that Tril­lanes did not know of these is­sues be­fore­hand.

Duterte-Car­pio also said since they have now es­tab­lished ly­ing, she chal­lenged Tril­lanes to prove that the pa­pers of bank ac­counts are not fake.

“Maiba pa tayo, since now we have es­tab­lished ly­ing, prove to ev­ery­body that that piece of shit pa­per of bank ac­counts you are wav­ing around is not fake, Pinoc­chio. Ti­gas ng mukha mo magsabi pam­ilya ng ma­ma­matay tao at mag­nanakaw kami pero nag­tatago ka sa par­lia­men­tary im­mu­nity. Pakita mo bayag mo, huwag mo itago yan sa Se­nado,” she said.

Duterte-Car­pio added that she will not be like Vice Pres­i­dent Je­jo­mar Bi­nay who had been sub­jected to hear­ings un­der Se­nate Blue Rib­bon com­mit­tee for his fam­ily’s wealth af­ter he was ex­posed by Tril­lanes.

“If you made VP Bi­nay go away with­out a fight, ang babae na Bisaya hindi umaa­tras. Kayang-kaya ko makipag-away ng tat­long dekada, lak­ing Min­danao ako. Kung ang Pres­i­dente ng Pilip­inas ay in­a­away ko, ikaw pa ba? Kala mo por­ket tahimik ako dahil takot ako, kag­wang, umi­i­was lang ako sa away. Pero may hang­ganan ang la­hat, now is your time to shine… Don’t ask us to prove you wrong, prove first na hindi ka nag­sis­i­n­un­gal­ing.”

“Fight!” she said.

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