Is Miriam Santiago the real danger and not Bongbong Marcos?

People who say they will vote for Miriam but not Bongbong are BLIND to the real danger- Dean Bocobo (@sagadasun on twitter)

via Dean Bocobo as originally posted in his facebook timeline

With two out of the ten most corrupt leaders in the world, Philippines owns a shameful record with Ferdinand Marcos at No.2 embezzling 5 to 10 Billion US dollars, and Joseph Estrada at No.10 embezzling $78-80 Million US dollars. But note this well folks, MIRIAM DEFENSOR SANTIAGO sides with BOTH these corrupt leaders and is now gunning for the Philippine Presidency. To do what, I wonder? Perhaps to exceed them in venality and corruption?

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