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Saturday, September 2, 2017

Finally Trillanes Will Be Fired By Senator Gordon

Finally Trillanes Will Be Fired By Senator Gordon

Senator Richard Gordon promised that he will file an ethics complaint against loudmouth Senator Antonio Trillanes after a heated argument about the P6.4-billion shabu shipment smuggled into the country.
Trillanes, who disrespected former Senator Alan Peter Cayetano, Senator Manny Pacquiao and Senator Zubiri, now will be in jeopardy after Gordon said that he will file personally an ethics complaint against the gentleman from Bicol.
The clash began when Trillanes made false accusations and being disrespectful to his fellow senators, questioning why presidential son Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte and presidential son-in-law Mans Carpio had not been summoned to the Senate Blue Ribbon committee hearing.
Taguba, who had no enough evidence and relied only from what he heard that linked the two members of President Rodrigo Duterte’s family to the so-called “Davao Group,” made Gordon lost his patience and warned Trillanes that he is the senator of the Republic of the Philippines and should not make “tsismis” or gossip.
In a blog post of Mr. Alon Calinao Dy, he said, “I think many Filipinos already complained about Senator Antonio Trillanes IV and why he remained in the senate when all he could do is to produce a fake evidence. I think it’s time for the senators to oust Trillanes from his office. Right now!” 
It’s true that it’s not the first time that Trillanes disrespected his colleagues in front of thousands of viewers in the Senate Blue Ribbon committee hearing. He almost went into a fight against Senator Zubiri and said “sorry” afterwards to him, but Trillanes never learned his lessons from the past.
Finally, An irate Gordon declared Trillanes “out of order” and told him “the chairman would like to tell the gentleman from Bicol to behave himself” because Trillanes is so fond of making general statements that led to false allegations. Gordon confronted Trillanes and said. “If you want to make general statements, you better prove it.”
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