“His wife already knows,” Guanzon says of the senator behind the delay in Bongbong Marcos DQ cases

When asked if she would file a lawsuit against the senator, Guanzon replied, “No, his wife is already angry with him. It’s already viral. So that’s his problem. Let’s focus on Bongbong Marcos as a weak leader. Let’s focus on the moral depravity of Bongbong Marcos.”

According to Guanzon, lawmakers were among the senators who endorsed Comelec Commissioner Aimee Ferolino, the ponente in Marcos’ disqualification cases, on the nominations committee.

Guanzon said she released her separate statement on the consolidated disqualification cases because she believes Ferolino “acts in conspiracy with some people” so her vote to disqualify Marcos in the election will not be counted.

“I resign with honor and excellence, therefore I have published my separate statement because I firmly believe that Commissioner Ferolino is already acting in conspiracy with some people to delay the voting so that my vote for DQ Bongbong Marcos will not be counted will,” he told Guanzon.

“You know that Commissioner Ferolino, who lacks legal practice experience, was nominated and strongly endorsed by a senator, or at least a senator. It is already clear that she will not behave like this unless it is this senator who is ordering her because they are very close since they were both in Davao,” she added.

Guanzon said she had already shared the senator’s name with an “authoritarian figure” whose identity she has not revealed.

“I’ve already told an authority figure and I have to respect him. If he says he’ll get back to me, he’ll get back to me, so it’s not my place to say that publicly,” Guanzon said.

“If I have to say it in the right forum, I will. If the Senate calls me, I will. It’s also not fair to me to mention his name here without a proper forum. Let’s do it in the Senate,” she added.

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